Whitepapers from Insurance Post, Ansvar, AX, LexisNexis and SAS were most popular during the period.
The MGA and underwriting business has experienced “significant growth” since it was created in 2019 and is open to M&A as a tool for growth according to CEO, Stuart Kilpatrick.
Howden’s annual report on cyber has revealed the average cost of cyber insurance has doubled since last year due to an extreme supply-demand imbalance.
The British Insurance Brokers’ Association has criticised the tone taken by the Financial Conduct Authority in its letter to brokers and promised to respond to the watchdog to defend the work done by the sector.
Igo4 has flagged how the implementation of robotic process automation has helped drive efficiency in the business and freed up staff to work on high value tasks over repetitive, monotonous operations.
Market conditions for cyber insurance in the UK remain challenging with prices hardening by over 30% for the first quarter, according to an update by Aon.
Ardonagh Advisory has agreed to buy professional indemnity and cyber insurance specialists Alice Castle, Insurance Age can reveal.
Aviva has added a net 20 new underwriters to its underwriting team in the regions, chief distribution officer Gareth Hemming told Insurance Age.
Superscript has staked a claim to be the first Lloyd’s broker to launch a product dedicated to distributed ledger technology, digital asset, and blockchain businesses.
Biba CEO Steve White has insisted that brokers “must not be left paying over the odds for the failures of others”.
SchemeServe research shows that cyber has outpaced other insurance schemes with an 87% increase in commission earnings over the past six months.
Davis Kessler, of Travelers Europe, explains why multi factor identification is a key weapon for businesses and brokers as they seek to prevent cyber attacks
Insurance pricing in the UK increased by 20% in the first quarter of the year but this was down on the 22% rise in Q4 2021, according to the latest research by Marsh.
Aviva has urged brokers to help educate customers on how to improve resilience and ensure they have taken reasonable steps to protect themselves following alerts from government agencies that the commercial world faces an increasing risk of an online…
The London Market broker writes specialty business mainly emanating from Israel but also from more than 30 other countries.
Enoizi will join the reinsurance broker on 11 April.
Cyber risks to become a standalone division as part of the changes.
Ahead of the Meet the MGA event which takes place on 30 March in Birmingham, Mike Keating explains the value of MGAs to the broker space.
AM Best put ratings of suite of Russian insurers and reinsurers on negative watch at the start of the month.
The provider grew commercial lines business while personal lines shrank in the year.
Firm states its ability to serve clients has not been impacted by the event.
Insurance Age spoke to industry experts to find out how the metaverse is changing the risk landscape and what opportunities it offers brokers and insurers alike.
The trade association has asked government to reduce IPT to 10% in areas such as property, telematics, and cyber as it also pleads for a simplification of insurance tax in the travel sector.
Specialist company CFC Underwriting has won out, with Travelers and NMU also in close contention, as the UK’s leading eight cyber insurers are revealed based on broker opinion