From civil commotion to climate change and changes in the duty of protection, event organisers and their brokers have a lot to consider when placing insurance this year. In this blog, Rob Carslake, head of event insurance, Hiscox UK, offers some guidance to those planning ahead in 2024.
Brokers and managing general agents are desperate for capacity, especially for more volatile commercial risks and to cover parts of the personal lines market. This article focuses on the fronter market in the UK and the regulatory landscape.
Insurance brokers are more important than ever in the current economic climate, as the cost-of-living crisis drives customers to seek out the best insurance deals. This article highlights why now is the ideal time for brokers to digitise in order to reduce the impact of market uncertainty.
In this article, Martin Burke, director of underwriting performance at MS Amlin outlines the three considerations that will define how the future generation of underwriters supports clients and brokers through economically challenging times.
From specialist commercial players to mass market personal lines, lead generation has been part of the broker sales armoury for years. But with a greater focus on digital channels and data, this article explores how the practice is evolving.
In a hard market, better marketing can help insurance brokers differentiate themselves, demonstrate value and drive growth. Featuring links to three articles, this in-depth focuses on how busy brokers can deliver great marketing without taking up too much time or money.
A broken boiler or burst pipes can have a significant impact in terms of repair costs, loss of income and disruption to a business’s operations. HSB’s technical guide provides some tips for brokers on how to help your clients avoid costly breakdown and repair bills.
Clients may want brokers to advise on how to reduce premiums on legal insurance, but this is the one add-on to hang onto according to providers. This content highlights the value of legal expenses cover and why reducing cover could prove to be a false economy.
In depth: Could legal expenses have a role to play as the landlord pressure cooker reaches boiling point?
Specialist legal expenses cover has the potential to turn down the heat as those renting out property face challenges on all fronts, including from the Renters (Reform) Bill. Read this article to find out more.
Amid inflation and irregular surveying, high-net-worth buildings are potentially more at risk of underinsurance than ever before. This article outlines how brokers can help clients to reduce this risk.