Data shows signs of recovery for businesses
Axa wins tender to provide insurance to SME banking customers
Broker seeks agreements with international partners
Corporate and affinity bosses will report to Robert Brown.
New findings reveal concern over cash flow
With online commercial activity an increasing part of everyday business, Edward Murray reports on the worrying trend for small to medium-sized enterprises to completely overlook their website disaster recovery plans.
Professional indemnity specialists PYV Legal predict tough renewal season for small law firms
All office, retailers and tradesmen products are rated from one to five stars.
The new team will include underwriters with expertise in micro SME risks
As the global recession spreads, speculation has grown over whether it will result in increased directors' and officers' insurance claims. Louise Meeson speaks to experts in the D&O sector to find out whether this has come to pass and whether the…
With the first company charged under the Corporate Manslaughter Act, Richard Addis asks whether small to medium-sized enterprises are being sold short by shoddy directors' and officers' products.
Robin Penddell believes role has huge potential.
Observing a gap in the market, Brit Insurance has made headway in the micro-SME sector based on its dedication to delivering innovative and well-targeted business cover, highlights Mairi MacDonald.
QBE is hopeful that by the beginning of 2010, brokers will be able to place most of their SME commer...
The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has launched an insurance guide for smaller businesses in an attempt to raise awareness of the result to small firms if the worst happens.
The insurance industry plans to go live this spring with an initiative to help young people setting ...
Eight Chartered Insurance Institute members have been recruited to work with The Prince's Trust char...