At Insurance Age we believe information gives you an edge, particularly in complex markets. That’s why we cover the UK insurance broking sector more than anyone else – it helps our customers make better business decisions.
Insurance Age is the UK’s only broker-dedicated source of in-depth insight and analysis on all aspects of the profession.
With so much uncertainty and change in this market, industry participants need trusted, detailed intelligence and analysis on what it means for their companies and careers, their clients and competitors.
That’s where Insurance Age comes in. For well over 30 years Insurance Age has delivered unmatched coverage of complex issues that are ignored or under-reported elsewhere. We regularly break stories, but are not trying to compete in the provision of real-time news. Instead, we look at topics in detail, assess the implications, speak with the market, regulators and other stakeholders, and write more detailed, analytical pieces than anyone else.
Ultimately our users are able to make better, more informed decisions thanks to the information we provide. And they’ve been relying on our intelligence in various formats for decades.
Responding to customers’ changing needs is the number one motivator for insurers in their approach to developing products with schemes and delegated authority partners. In this article, AXA UK’s Gary Head explains why the formula must be right to achieve long-term success.
This article highlights why the personal touch will never go out of style in insurance and why the human touch remains integral to the underwriting profession.
As the Irish broking market steadies itself after the buffeting from the swirling winds of Brexit and Covid it faces a fresh challenge: consolidation. This article focuses on how Ireland's broker market is developing and how consolidation is impacting the market.
This article considers how the latest government census will impact insurance and how brokers can create opportunities from the gathered data by learning more about their customers in order to provide tailored solutions.
In this article, Allianz’s Julie Harrison explains why insurance employers must recognise why people are leaving firms in order to attract and retain talent.
US-broker Brown & Brown has firmly stuck its flagpole into UK soil by buying GRP. This article considers what this means for the wider sector and asks if more US-firms will stake their claim on the consolidators.
Developing a robust book of specialist schemes business provides insurance brokers with an opportunity to stand out in a crowded commercial market. This in-depth provides some top tips on how brokers can develop successful schemes across a range of niche areas.
The Financial Conduct Authority has implied that it is inevitable fees will replace broker commissions despite wailing, gnashing of teeth and well-intentioned protestations from some in the broker community. Peter Robinson of Prizm Solutions considers the impact of professionalism on the debate.
The much discussed new normal is upon us. But what does this mean for leaders of organisations and how much are they going to have to learn to adapt to these new conditions? This article considers how leaders need to adapt to ensure happy and healthy teams.
In this article, former FCA insider Michael Sicsic considers how regulatory reform will hit the broker market.