AutoProtect, Avantia, CFC Group, EGV (Holdings), Howden Group Holdings, and PIB Group achieved MGA/MGU revenues between £30m and £40 from UK-based non-life risks in 2022.
ICW Insurance Services, Many Group, and Nexus Underwriting achieved MGA/MGU revenues between £40m and £60m from UK-based non-life risks in 2022.
Markerstudy and Policy Expert achieved MGA/MGU revenues between £80m and £100m from UK-based non-life risks in 2022 earning the companies top billing in Insurance Post's Top 75 MGAs 2023 list.
Zego, the commercial motor insurance provider that offers cover for entire fleets of vehicles to self-employed drivers and riders, generated revenue worthy of inclusion in this year's Insurance Post Top 75 MGAs list.
Simply Business provides cover for more than 900,000 small businesses and landlords, earning it a place on this year’s Insurance Post Top 75 MGAs list.
Howden Group’s MGAs - Dual and KGM Underwriting Services - generated revenue that places the business in the top 15 of this year’s Insurance Post Top 75 MGAs 2023 list.
Nexus Underwriting is celebrating 15 years in operation and has managed to make this year's Insurance Post Top 75 MGAs list.
With offices in London, Belfast and South Shields, ICW’s links with mortgage lenders have made it one of the UK’s prominent providers of building warranties and building control.
Countrywide Legal Indemnities has been providing legal indemnity products for title defects affecting UK property for almost three decades.
Brown & Brown's main MGA-MGU activities dealing in UK-based non-life risks in 2022 earning the business a place on the Top 75 MGAs list were Camberford Underwriting, Decus, Mithras Underwriting and Plum Underwriting.
Markerstudy and Policy Expert have been the named the country’s two biggest MGAs after achieving revenues of between £80m and £100m for UK-based non-life risks in 2022.
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John Lewis has "temporarily paused offering new policies and renewals on fully electric vehicles", citing repair cost concerns.
Data analysis: General insurers are adjusting rapidly to the new higher interest rate era ushered in by the most intense monetary policy tightening since the 1980s but profitability is unlikely to soar back to pre-pandemic levels imminently.
Lloyd’s has signalled that the launch of the market’s first captive syndicates in decades could be close at hand.
Rachael Murphy, senior associate at Browne Jacobson, considers the type of claims insurers can expect from issues with reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete.
Susanna Nicholls, senior business analyst at RSA, shares the struggles she has faced as a carer to her son and how she is shaping policies to ensure colleagues can strike a balance between fulfilling their career ambitions and looking after loved ones.
Erik Johnson, active underwriter at MIC Global Syndicate 5183, on the prejudice he faced as a gay man entering the insurance industry and how he ignored warnings pushing for inclusion could hinder his career to co-found Link.
Participants in the quickly growing cyber insurance market are pushing for commonly held definitions of catastrophic or systemic events.
James Hunt, UK marine underwriter at Markel, reveals insurance is a family affair and how he climbed a 150ft mast.
Law firm Weightmans has launched cyber consultancy CyXcel, which it hopes will become a one-stop shop for businesses of all sizes in a siloed market.
Phil Denman, CEO of Capacity Insights, prepares for the FCA’s Consumer Duty, plays golf with his son and misses out on an insurer's drinks due to his dog needing him.