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Insurance Age is the magazine of the general insurance broking community with a strong regional focus. It has an online circulation of over 25,000 for the daily news alerts and 13,000 subscribers access the monthly edition across print and digital web and app based formats.
Insurance Age delivers in-depth news analysis and features, interviews, round tables, all the product launches and news in the market as well as keeping readers up to date on the management skills required to run a successful business in the modern age.
Insurance Age is an informative, engaging and job useful publication that delivers the information that brokers need to keep abreast of developments in this fast moving industry in the manner in which they want it.
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Our expert panel examines the future for commercial fleet broking.
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Our expert panel discusses e-trade and social media.
This year will see the seventh Star Wars film being released.
This year Marketstudy have bought a touch of Las Vegas glamour to the British insurance Brokers' Association Conference.
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As the British Insurance Brokers’ Association conference kicks off in Manchester, Insurance Age editor Emmanuel Kenning presents the first episode of 2015’s #BibaFever.
The public sector space has been described as one lacking competition and choice when it comes to insurance options.
Ingenie founder and CEO Richard King explains how an idea developed in his kitchen wooed both footballing pundit Gary Lineker and the British Insurance Awards judges.
Whilst the issue of telematics is written large in the business plans of many insurers, the same cannot be said for brokers.
The insurance industry has invested heavily in its capabilities to detect and stop fraud in recent years. And this is as true at the front end with data validation as it is with claims fraud at the back.
The way in which work that is carried out in both the design and construction phases of a project is undergoing substantial change.
Taken together, Lord Justice Jackson’s reforms of civil litigation costs - and the extension of the Ministry of Justice claims portal - have certainly shaken up the litigation landscape.
The trading landscape for brokers continues to be one marked by tough competition and tight margins.
Insurance companies have high digital ambitions but have failed to take action and embrace the digital world.
Former Ecclesiastical chief executive Michael Tripp has joined accountancy firm Mazars as a general insurance partner.
In recent years the insurance industry has made a concerted effort to improve its record on professionalism.
Facing ever-changing demands from the regulator and consumers alike, insurance providers must adapt their processes to produce a superior customer journey.
With days to go until the British Insurance Brokers’ Association conference at the Excel Arena in London, Insurance Age and Post have teamed up with LV to bring you the definitive online coverage of the event with the video series #BIBAFever.
Fraud continues to be one of the biggest problems facing the insurance industry with wrongdoers adding an estimated £44 to the cost of the average policy bought by honest consumers.
The first Expertise Live event of 2013, in association with Zurich, was held in Birmingham where broker experts focused on the directors’ and officers’ (D&O) liability insurance market.
In today’s increasing digital market, the proliferation of new channels, products, services, and alternative players, is forcing Insurers to revisit their distribution strategies in order to understand the role of digital opportunities in closing the gap…
The telematics market of 2013 looks vastly different to that of years gone by.
With data validation increasing in importance, Post sat down with Zurich’s director of personal lines, pricing and underwriting Darren McCauley to discuss this trend.
The 2011 film Contagion made for some pretty scary viewing as a virus spread across the world wiping out the population.
Data enrichment affects every facet of an insurance business, and done well can play a major role in companies gaining a competitive advantage.