Aston Lark has acquired Irish broker Robertson Low, making the Dublin-based company its first international purchase as the group looks beyond the UK.
Exclusive: We Go Look co-founder Robin Roberson (formerly Smith) has left her role as CEO of the company.
Mactavish has warned that the majority of specialist cyber insurance policies contain significant flaws that could precipitate disputed claims and lower-than-expected settlements.
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- We Go Look co-founder steps down from CEO role
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- Insurers to implement no-deal plans following Brexit vote
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- Child sexual abuse claims on the rise
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