In this article, former FCA insider Michael Sicsic considers how regulatory reform will hit the broker market.
The rapid increase in pet ownership in the UK since Covid-19 has highlighted the importance of pet insurance, but has the market kept up? This blog shines the spotlight on a sector ripe for transformation.
In this article, LV Broker’s Mike Crane reflects on the impact of consolidation, pricing practices, trust and asks if brokers are well placed to take advantage of the developments.
In this article, Frederick Gentile, director of risk engagement at Willis Towers Watson shares his checklist for supply chain resilience and highlights why broker leaders need to take a more realistic approach to survive.
In this article, compliance experts address what the FCA’s new consumer duty proposals will mean for the insurance sector. Read this content to find out whether the industry is ahead of the curve and if the changes will be value for money.
Following a decade of cuts and closures, the lockdowns and other limitations to legal processes caused by the pandemic have lengthened the backlogs of cases that were already plaguing the courts. This blog focuses on whether mediation offers a route out of the justice crisis.
Brokers are looking at ways to make “service” a unique selling proposition following the FCA’s ban on price walking, as they look to stand out from the crowd. This article highlights how FNOL and claims management partners can support motor brokers in attracting and retaining customers.
This content explores how brokers in the personal lines space can gain the upper hand over direct writers and how technology as well as regulation are creating fresh opportunities for intermediaries.
The motor insurance industry is currently in a state of flux following the FCA’s price walking ban and the market’s transition to electric and hybrid vehicles. This content sheds light on the emergence of the EV insurance market and the opportunities for motor brokers to stand out from the crowd.
The disruption to working practices following the Covid-19 pandemic has prompted major upheaval in the employment practices liability market. This content focuses on how the EPL market has been impacted, and the implications for brokers and their clients.