LV has appointed Lloyds Banking pensions boss Andy Parsons as finance director.
Pen Underwriting has signed a £25m capacity deal with Markel for its equestrian products.
Towergate has placed 133 jobs at risk following a restructure in its finance operation.
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A misconduct probe into the aviation broking sector will centre on whether firms have been sharing competitively sensitive information.
The Financial Conduct Authority is investigating at least four aviation insurance brokers over suspected misconduct.
The government’s driverless cars bill will have to be reintroduced from scratch in the next parliament after the general election.
Richard Watson, the chief underwriting officer at Hiscox, has sold a total of £1.2m of shares in the company.
The Financial Conduct Authority will carry out a review this year on how Big Data affects pricing in retail insurance.
Brokers will face an extra £10m levy over last year as a result of an expected spike in the number of payment protection insurance claims.
Andy Bord, interim CEO of Flood Re, has been appointed to the role permanently.
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LV will cover any reinsurance price rises as a result of the Ogden rate cut solely through premium increases.
LV took an £139m hit to strengthen its claims reserves as a result of the decision to cut the Ogden rate.
Open GI is the first software house to complete an independent review by the British Insurance Brokers’ Association.
Davies Group has acquired regulatory services business Cynergie UK, its first deal since gaining a new equity backer.
Former employees of Independent Insurance have been hit with delays to redundancy payouts that were expected to be announced on Friday.
Insurers face an “eye watering” bill from the decision by the Scottish government to adopt the UK’s revised discount rate.
Two out of three workers affected by the Kwik Fit Uddingston site closure have found new jobs, according to a Scottish government study.
Insurers will be forced from this weekend to conform to tough transparency rules over policy renewals.
Lloyd’s has seen underwriting profits slip on the back of major claims of £2.1bn last year.
Lloyd’s has confirmed it will be setting up a new European business in Brussels following the government’s decision to invoke Article 50.
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Ireland’s trade body for insurance said lessons need to be learned from Lloyd’s decision to pass up on Dublin as its European subsidiary.