Insurance Age Market Access

For more than 40 years, Insurance Age has been the information source of choice for senior executives, providing in-depth coverage and analysis across every aspect of the UK insurance broking profession.


Combining news, highlights and insights from our comprehensive programme of events, awards, research and thought leadership activity, Market Access is a dynamic and evolving resource focusing on some of the most enduring topics and themes that are driving debate and change in the industry. From the intricacies of new and emerging risks to wider regulatory/political change and the adoption of new digital technologies, Market Access will keep you informed and up-to-date with the issues and topics that matter.

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Blog: Is a change really as good as a rest?

MGB's Nick Bender discusses what the recent implementation of PI rules for fire safety cover introduced by RICS mean for the insurance industry and why fire safety insurance cover is the biggest issue facing the construction PI market.

Video: What the papers say

Insurance Age teams up with Applied Systems to bring you a new series looking at the top news stories in the insurance broking world.

Video: Risk Insights - the evolving cyber risk

Aviva's interim managing director of commercial insurance, Nick Major explains how cyber attacks are becoming more prevalent and how the insurance industry can protect businesses against these new risks.

Insurance Age: 2021 Products Edition

This special edition is brought to you by Insurance Age in association with NMU, HSB and Novidea and explores how technological innovation has, and will continue to be, a catalyst for change within the broker market.

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