Insurercore is set to launch its broker social media platform within the next month after fixing technical glitches.
Claims are the insurance shop window but are insurers really using them as differentiator they should, asks Colin Thompson, founder and executive chairman of Nexus.
The insurance broking giant created from the merger of Towergate and other firms has put out a £800m bond offering and a £90m credit facility.
Post's Motor Insurance World, as it happened.
The insurance business from Agent Assure will be incorporated into the wider Arthur J Gallagher group following a strategic review.
Groves John & Westrup has transferred its book of marine trade business to sister company NMU as part of a strategic restructure implemented by Munich Re.
Cheryl Agius was recently appointed CEO of Legal & General's general insurance business. She talks to Post about what GI can learn from retirement and other sectors, and in which areas she's looking to grow the business.
SSP has successfully completed and passed the British Insurance Brokers’ Association’s Broker Supplier Resilience Assessment visit.
Zurich and Axa have closed their Manchester branches following last night’s terrorist attack on Manchester Arena.
A senior insurance boss has recounted his harrowing experience of trying to collect his 14-year-old daughter and friend from Manchester Arena last night following the terrorist attacks.
The company that owns Manchester Arena had previously carried out extensive incident response planning for the threat of a terrorist attack.
Call centre staff at the Manchester headquarters of Swinton were relocated to the older Bridgewater House building after a terrorist attack nearby.
Mulsanne Insurance and broker Premium Choice have become members of the Insurance Fraud Bureau.
Tradex has borrowed £7m from its parent to maintain its solvency capital position in the wake of the Ogden discount rate change.
Insurance is the business of helping people in their time of need but as François-Xavier Boisseau, CEO of Ageas Insurance, explains sometimes there are limits to what insurers can do.
Covea has seen its pre-tax profits almost treble from £12.9m to £38.4m last year despite “headwinds” from the Ogden rate change.
Beazley will open an office in Birmingham with 100 staff to target the intermediated regional market.
The vast majority of broker appointments are made as a result of an expensive tender process. Hamish Roberts, JLT’s head of business development, suggests a cheaper method that remains procurement-friendly.
Before driverless cars take to the road, the public needs to be reassured about their safety and cyber risks need to be mitigated, write Deloitte partners Gurpreet Johal and Nigel Walsh. But once liability is clarified, insurers stand to benefit.
With increasing regulatory scrutiny, managing a captive can become challenging. Protected cell companies offer a practical alternative.
Data analytics firm Lexis Nexis have developed a new predictor of motor claims loss.
The Conservative Party has pledged to consider a ban on cold calling for personal injury claims if it wins the general election.
Brokers faced a day of intermittent service on the SSP platform yesterday, in a fault which the software house says has now been fixed.
Brightside is targeting commercial and personal lines brokers for acquisition.