Research by Post has revealed that brokers as well as insurers are being targeted by claims management companies seeking to take over motor claims via misleading advert urls online, particularly on mobile devices
Buying motor specialist Marmalade addresses Atlanta Group’s weakness in telemetric offerings and provides opportunities for growth across the business, CEO Ian Donaldson told Post.
LV has again been ranked the top insurance organisation in the UK by the Institute of Customer Service in its biannual UK Customer Satisfaction Index, although the gap at the top between it and the chasing pack has been reduced.
Ardonagh is taking “remedial action” having been hit by a cyber incident, the group confirmed just after Gallagher also reported being attacked by hackers.
Ardonagh has offered to sell motorcycle specialist Bennetts to address the concerns of the Competition and Markets Authority and avoid a “long, burdensome and expensive phase two enquiry”.
The Competition and Markets Authority has found that Ardonagh’s purchase of Bennetts could lead to “higher prices, less choice and worse services for motorcyclists in the UK”.
Ardonagh’s decision to roar ahead with the takeover of motorcycle specialist Bennetts less than a fortnight ago raised a few eyebrows, but really it should not have done.
The Competition and Markets Authority has ordered Ardonagh not to integrate with Bennetts, transfer control or stop competing with it as the consolidator completed the deal to buy the motorcycle specialist.
The Competition and Markets Authority has opened a merger inquiry into the proposed takeover of Bennetts Motorcyling Services by Ardonagh Group.
The Competition and Markets Authority has today launched an investigation into whether Ardonagh buying Bennetts Motorcycling Services will lead to “substantial lessening of competition”.
Broker Network members have given a resounding shrug of indifference to the news that after four years away the network is set to return to Ardonagh’s ownership as it buys up Bravo Group.
Ardonagh Group has revealed a 1% drop in income year-on-year in April, pointing to a limited impact from the Covid-19 crisis as adjusted Ebitda rose to £20.7m.
The Ardonagh Group reported a loss after tax of £74m and an increase in Ebitda to £115.3m for the year ended 31 December 2019, up from £29.7m in 2018.
Ardonagh Group has agreed to pay Saga £26m for Bennetts Motorcycling Services.
It feels as if 2019 was an uncomfortable year for the general insurance market as it never quite seemed to grasp control of its own destiny. Wherever you look, carefully laid plans were derailed by the unexpected – and often unwanted – intervention of…
Ardonagh has posted a loss of £67.7m for the first nine months of 2019, up from £48.9m in the same period of last year.
Former Axa and Kwik Fit leader Karen Hogg is returning to broking as chief operating officer of Atlanta Group, Post can reveal.
What happened to all the buildings that used to house Swinton branches? Post content director Jonathan Swift looks to answer this question on an insurance odyssey through south London
From Bolton to Palace; Gretna to Argyle - when insurance personalities invest time and money in football
As former Sabre CEO Keith Morris backs the Bolton Wanderers FC buyout, Post content director Jonathan Swift looks at other insurance individuals who have been closely involved in football over the last two decades.
Ardonagh group has confirmed the closure of all Swinton branches as the integration of the business is almost complete.
Ardonagh Group has posted a loss of £44.5m for the first six months of 2019, an increase of £11.7m on the £32.8m loss reported for the same period last year.
More than 200 Ageas staff due to lose their jobs from the closure of the company’s Stoke-on-Trent offices could get to retain their positions after Autonet’s owner Atlanta Group agreed to take over the lease.
It’s all change for the country this morning as Prime Minister Theresa May confirmed she would step down from office after failing to unite MPs on the way the UK should leave the European Union.
Swinton closed 24 of its high street branches in the first quarter of the year, bringing the total number of branch cuts over the past year to 58.