Panellists at the MGAA Conference note there is not enough data when it comes to insuring start-ups, and urge MGAs to embrace rate hardening.
Solution is aimed at start-ups, new and established SMEs within the technology, IT and communications and medical technology market.
Phil Bunker, Michael Blaney, Julian Edwards, and Paul Cosh helped to raise an additional £1m of investment.
Win added to the firm’s recruitment initiative.
Catlin is working with deputy CEO Paul Brand and the business starts with $1.8bn of capital with the firm looking to underwrite insurance and reinsurance for complex speciality risks for a range of commercial lines in Bermuda and London.
Cyber specialist managing general agent Bewica is targeting brokers with a suite of tools including risk assessment and reporting tool
Connected home provider is working with Aviva to create a home proposition for brokers, following the insurer taking majority stake in the InsurTech start-up.
Having secured £2.7m Series A funding from Committed Capital, Konsileo co-founder and CEO John Warburton tells Jonathan Swift how taking offence at consolidation and a digital role in Munich led him to start-up his own InsurTech broker
Insurance Age content director Jonathan Swift reflects on an emerging trend in the UK InsurTech sector.
Axa's technical director discusses the biggest events to shake the market in 2017, including the discount rate change and the threat of InsurTech.
The latest innovations in the insurance market are coming from technology experts, insurers and marketing specialists. Brokers need to start embracing the digital revolution too, says Peter Hubbard
James Sharp, director at Ten Insurance Services, predicts that over time there will be more brokers in networks than outside and adds that he won’t say “that is necessarily a good thing”.
The news that Towergate had lost a pre-action disclosure application in the High Court and been ordered to pay £17,000 in costs to Lorica Insurance Brokers came shortly after the announcement that the consolidator’s deal with Advent had created a £90m…
With networks increasing in popularity, Emmanuel Kenning recounts their development and looks to the future of this crucial market sector.
Two former Giles employees have launched a new brokerage, Amicus Insurance Solutions, with the aim of hitting £1m commission by the end of 2013.
What's on your New Year's resolutions for 2011? Get fit, give up the fags, start a new broking business? Malcolm Lee sets out what you need to consider to be a successful start-up broker.
Nick Inge, previously board director of Stuart Alexander and regional managing director of Venture Preference, has chosen Broker Network for Opus Risk Solutions.
IAG UK-owned broker Barnett & Barnett almost doubled its size to £50m gross written premium, with a move for a controlling stake in Bromley-based commercial and personal lines specialist NBJ.
A record number of brokers flocked to Coventry's Ricoh Arena to attend last month's Broker Expo. Louise Meeson reports on why the event just keeps on getting better. If you weren't there, here's what you missed
With the major banks still cautious about lending, brokers are finding it tough to access funding for growth. Rachel Gordon looks at the options.
A record-breaking 750 brokers attended the sixth Insurance Age Broker Expo at Coventry's Ricoh Arena.
Ahead of today's publication of the Government's Comprehensive Spending Review tomorrow, data provided by Simply Business shows that the UK's start-up sector has experienced a fragile recovery in 2010, with the first increase in the start-up rate for…
Starting your own business is exciting but deciding between autonomy and a helping hand can be tough. Edward Murray looks at what to consider to get what you want and make sure your venture flourishes.
Edward Murray investigates the key considerations involved in establishing a new broker