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.
The two firms have said that their motor fleet insurance products are now available to self-drive hire, own goods, courier, and tradesperson fleets across the UK
The MGAs have co-created cover for freelancers and micro-SMEs operating in the health and wellbeing sector.
CFC said micro M&A transaction liability is an untapped insurance market and a clear opportunity for brokers.
The provider, which is targeting a $500m capital raise, says its ESG products will meet the risk financing needs of a greener economy.
The insurer says brokers can sell excess cover either as a stand-alone add on to a primary home or motor policy, or it can be tailored to protect customers across a range of excesses.
The trade body previously partnered with DTW Syndicate 1991, which went into run-off at the end of last year, on the scheme.
The product offers cover for standard and non-standard risks for all types of properties and is now available to Open GI's broker customers.
CFC's Cyber Now product has been made available to brokers on the Acturis platform.
According to the provider, the product is designed to help small to medium sized UK brokers price more effectively, cut operational costs and improve the customer journey in personal lines.
Move follows large premium increases in the market after the Grenfell fire and the provider urges brokers to sell the product net of commission on a fee basis to keep costs down.
MGA says new offering is launched in response to rising rates and concerns about availability and affordability of cover after several providers introduced Covid-19 exclusions.
The development adds cyber assistance, cyber crime cove, legal and risk management assistance, and a helpline to the offering.
Business says cross class follow capacity solution will benefit Price Forbes clients across cargo, specie, terrorism, financial products, healthcare and marine.
The insurer’s 24/7 telephone service can provide guidance on any business-related legal matter, from employment law to debt recovery and property disputes, as well as advice on Covid-19 related legislation.
The cover is designed to help small and medium enterprises combat the increasing threat of digital crime.
The organisation has launched its first product for the motor trade combined market, backed by NIG and Covéa, and developed an online liability portal.
McLarens cyber expert Nigel Collins shares key insights about this developing sector from the claims space.
The new e-trade offering, sold via brokers, provides cover for freelancers and small businesses in allied health professions such as audiologists, chiropodists and opticians, as well as complementary therapy, beauty and fitness.