The British Insurance Brokers’ Association said it has a “lot of questions” over the government’s consultation document on driverless cars.
Bluefin has reached a settlement with Mark Rogers and Suzanne Powell in a staff poaching case.
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Cooper Gay CEO Steve Hearn said that the company will make redundancies as a result of restructuring.
GRP and Mike Bruce have reached a ”fruitful” but undisclosed settlement with Bluefin, a court heard on Tuesday.
A trial between Bluefin and its former CEO Mike Bruce was adjourned briefly this morning as all parties were said to be in "advanced stages" of settlement.
Understandably, there is a great deal of focus right now on managing flood risks but looking at household fire claims, the number and cost of these claims have also changed quite significantly in a relatively short period of time.
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Towergate has selected Microsoft as a partner in a £12m overhaul to its IT systems.
Swinton Insurance has closed its branch in Leek as part of a wider reduction in high street outlets.
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Rhys Thomas, formerly managing director of Thomas Carroll Brokers, has been appointed CEO of Thomas Carroll Group.
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Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group has praised the "significant contribution" made to the broker from Lord Leach of Fairford, who died on 12 June after a short illness.
JLT Re has appointed Anna-Karin Toresson as head of its property and casualty reinsurance business for the Nordics.
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Personal lines and telematics broker Igo4 has appointed industry heavyweight Sandy Dunn as a board advisor.
Premium finance firm Bexhill UK has appointed Alan Atkins, previously head of retail broking at Premium Credit, as its managing director.
Insurance news and Post exclusives of the past week, in case you missed it
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Forcing brokers to disclose commission rates voluntarily to commercial clients could hit smaller firms hardest, the managing director of Alexander Miller has warned.