The technology provider has said the new partnership will give brokers the tools to manage their cashflow better, develop products to market more quickly, and accelerate growth.
The product is available to asbestos removers, demolition contractors, surveyors, general building firms, and allied trades.
Insurer says it has transformed the way it handles flood claims for both direct and broker business following a warning by the Environment Agency (EA) that the UK must “adapt or die” to climate change.
Brokers will be able to access the service through Open GI’s motor and commercial vehicle platforms from 2022.
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The product, which will be marketed through its broker partners, provides a range of coverages under one policy.
The product is distributed by Avid to third parties, including brokers and leasing companies, for sale to consumers.
Geo Specialty has broadened its UK political violence and terrorism policies, widening the scope of its business interruption insurance to cover loss of profits even after the property has been rebuilt and reopened.
The solution is available to brokers, insurers and MGAs across personal and commercial lines.
The product will be accessible to regional brokers through a digital distribution platform and extensions to the cover, including non-damage business interruption, denial of access, and loss of attraction, are also available.
The two products, Tysers Freelancers and Tysers Elite, are designed to better reflect the new live events landscape and provide cover for clients who work in the entertainment industry.
Trade body says the scheme will allow brokers, on an introducer basis, to provide protection cover including mortgage, family, income and critical illness, along with key person, shareholder, business loan, relevant life protection, group life, group…
The insurtech start-up says Amazon Business Prime customers will have access to covers including public liability, employers’ liability, professional indemnity, cyber, directors and officers, and office contents & equipment insurance.
The firm says the software can provide instant valuations for brokers to help them determine whether items are underinsured.
Provider says cover includes third-party liability during charging, as well as damage cover for cables, connectors and electric wallboxes.
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According to the provider, the cover is designed to protect against physical damage, loss of access, threat and ransom of the vessel and offers a 24-hour claims hotline for its policy holders.
The MGA says its improved cover will allow the company to support more complex risks.
The collaboration is said to focus on insurance solutions for non-owned fleets in areas such as peer-to-peer vehicle sharing, on demand delivery, ridesharing, vehicle leasing, micromobility, and autonomous vehicles.
Biba has stated that the scheme offers comprehensive cover, including unlimited buildings cover and £80,000 of contents cover with a single unspecified item limit of £5,000.
A Covid-19 extension has been added for vaccinated people travelling to certain countries.
The provider has said the service is the first digital training solution designed specifically for telehealth providers.
The broker has teamed up with SchemeServe to develop the platform which offers a combined commercial and residential property owners’ scheme.