Liverpool Victoria Friendly Society is a leading provider of financial services products.
Brokers are at the heart of LV's business. The company's ambition is to be recognised as the best insurer for brokers, the insurer that brokers most trust and the relationship they most value.
With an extensive range of commercial and personal lines products we are keen to work with brokers to deliver tailored propositions which meet the requirements of their customers in terms of products, pricing, service, reward and technology.
Webinar: State of the broking nation
Post interviewed 20 senior brokers to find out their personal views on a range of topics impacting their job roles. This webinar focuses on some of the key findings from the State of the Broking Nation research study, including how digital technology is shaping the broking sector and service levels.
Lv Broker has joined the partner panel of Una to collaborate on new products.
To celebrate the 20th edition of the British Insurance Awards, three years ago, I sat down and went through all the previous events to find out who had been the most successful company in its history.
Managing director of general insurance, LV
The former chief operating officer of LV Peter Horton has joined voice risk analysis specialist Digilog.
Ghost broking cases are lengthy and expensive to investigate
The Financial Conduct Authority said customers may be overpaying £108m every year in insurance add-ons, with sometimes less than 10% of retail premiums for add-ons paid out in claims.
LV has swapped its ‘outdated’ manual process for subrogated claims for a new digital portal.
Working with government, regulators and trade bodies to build public trust in insurance is a common aim of our profession and more important than ever when considering today's unnecessary claims culture.
LV Broker will stop writing new home insurance business and inviting renewal on its home, building and contents insurance products.
Octo has signed a deal with LV Broker to provide a “full telematics ecosystem”.
The growth in online communications makes BT's strapline ‘It's good to talk' seem dated, but anyone who has had to lift a phone to unravel a burgeoning misunderstanding in an email can appreciate its spirit.
2016 was a big year for insurance claims – but who are the people behind the scenes, making sure customers receive the best service possible?
Having grown up in the internet age, Millennials have very different expectations to previous generations. Young people are getting into the driver’s seat and motor insurers need to understand how to build a relationship with them
At the end of November, Ageas confirmed it would be closing Kwik Fit Insurance’s Uddingston site, putting 521 jobs at risk.
A former LV employee and an employee from a claims management company have been sentenced to 12 months in prison for bribery.
One year after Storms Desmond and Eva, schemes are now available to make cover affordable for households and small businesses in areas at risk of flooding. As barriers to resilient repairs persist, the focus is shifting to a more precise mapping of the…
The impact of artificial intelligence on underwriting, claims and fraud detection
As the frost closes in and warns us of winter, my thoughts turn to safety and vehicles, especially as I found myself slipping over due to the black ice on the roads.
In an increasingly connected world customers are turning to mobile devices to fulfil their needs. How can insurance brokers evolve to protect their future from disintermediation?
Broker Direct has offered help to its brokers who may be affected by any decision LV takes to withdraw from brokered home business.
LV Broker is considering plans to stop selling home insurance, following a “forensic” review of the business.
Van insurance is often purchased by sole traders in the same way as household insurance but data in this sector lags behind the rest of the personal lines sector. What can the sector do to catch up?
With diversity so high on the insurance industry’s agenda and the world of science recently celebrating the annual Ada Lovelace Day, highlighting the contribution of women in science, Post set out to find when the first female underwriter made her mark…
Insurers have welcomed the government’s whiplash reform consultation, which launched today after apparently being 'shelved' in October.
For insurers, targeting the over-50s market would appear to be a no-brainer, not least because there are so many of them.
In this extra part of the State of the Broker Nation, we find out what brokers really think about their insurers. Michèle Bacchus asked them plainly – and she has received some frank answers