Julie Gregory, relationship manager at Brokerbility, is a lark not an owl, loves her horses, and manages to cover lots of ground heading to Leicester, as well as seeing lots of regional broker members in the north.
Allianz has issued an email to its brokers outlining changes to its multi-occupancy buildings insurance products, which includes capping commission at 30%.
Michael Gove, Secretary of State for Levelling Up, has brought a Bill to give leaseholders more power, while banning opaque and excessive buildings insurance commissions for freeholders and managing agents.
Age Lindenbergh, leader of the European Alvarez & Marsal’s Transaction Advisory Group, unpacks the difficulties and opportunities within UK broker consolidation, and how the UK can keep its prominent standing in Europe.
Sabre has announced that its chairman and McGill and Partners director, Andy Pomfret, passed away at the weekend following an illness.
Specialist Risk Group CEO Warren Downey and deputy CEO Lee Anderson explain how Marsh snapping up JLT created a gap in the market for a "great alternative for great specialists."
Analysis: As inflation continues to be an issue across all lines of insurance, Sam Barrett explores how brokers can use AI to manage underinsurance risk and valuations.
News Editor's View: After five brokers committed to capping and no longer sharing commissions in a new government pledge, Scott McGee asks: “What is it actually achieving?”
Aon has announced that it is bringing together its client-serving capabilities and operations in the UK and Europe, Middle East and Africa regions.
Following her permanent appointment as head of sales and distribution at Zurich, which she took on as an interim in July, Jacqui Kelly explains her plans to deepen the insurer's relationships with brokers.
Five insurance broking groups have pledged to stop sharing buildings insurance commissions with landlords and to cap their own fees.
Applied Systems group CEO Taylor Rhodes has hailed a bumper year for the UK business, as it looks to take market share from the ‘weaker’ competition.
The Chartered Insurance Institute’s New Generation Broking Group is turning to TikTok and Instagram to attract fresh talent to the industry.
The British Insurance Brokers’ Association has launched a new framework to help members better articulate fair value.
View from the top: Ronan Foley, CEO of Gallagher in Ireland, explains why post-acquisition integration can be make or break for brokers.
As sister title Insurance Age takes over the Birmingham NEC for Broker Expo and the Broker Awards, Insurance Post looks at the challenges and opportunities facing the city’s insurance sector.
The Financial Conduct Authority has warned brokers it will “take action” against those charging inflated commissions for arranging cladding cover, with some charging up to 62%.
The Financial Conduct Authority has issued a wave of reforms around leasehold buildings insurance, coming into force in the new year.
Sakib Amin, head of insurance broking at Verlingue, shares his experience as a Muslim, British Asian working in the industry and why there is still a long way to go before the market fully embeds inclusivity into its practices.
The A-Plan brand is to disappear from 100 branches across the UK, replaced by the Howden brand.
Graeme Trudgill, CEO of the British Insurance Brokers’ Association, says brokers need to anticipate the products clients of the future will need.
Miller Insurance has agreed a settlement with Cardiff City Football Club, concluding a professional negligence suit brought against the broker in connection with the death of Emiliano Sala in 2019.
The Ardonagh Group and Markerstudy Group have agreed a merger between Markerstudy and Atlanta Group, Ardonagh’s personal lines broking business, to create a “major new player” in the UK insurance market.
Onno Janssen, CEO of PIB Group Europe, speaks to Scott McGee about PIB's European expansion, and how the the UK and the continent’s regulatory environment differs.