Matthew Criddle, founder and managing director of Naturesave Insurance, tells Insurance Age about the difficulties of setting up the company and how other brokers can become greener.
Recent commentary and media coverage about the FCA’s business interruption insurance test case has hit the reputation of the insurance profession. The Society of Insurance Broking’s Kevin Hancock explains why brokers must take a proactive role in rebuilding perceptions of insurance.
The nature of claims has changed during the pandemic. This claims in-depth investigates how the focus has shifted, what Covid could mean for employers’ liability and what risks businesses are facing going forward.
Mark Rigby, CEO of iRevolution Group, talks to Insurance Age about the difficulties of non-standard motor and what the business has in store for the future.
Many businesses are not doing enough to protect themselves from the risks posed by cyber crime. This in-depth investigates how brokers can help clients armour themselves against emerging cyber threats.
In this blog, Ian Lloyd, head of technical product at RAC, discusses why breakdown insurance remains relevant today despite improvements in automotive technology and what brokers need to think about when choosing products for their motor customers.
The skills that insurance firms need to succeed are changing quickly and the pandemic has highlighted a requirement for more digital and technical skills. This spotlight focuses on why using the apprenticeship levy to upskill people should be an essential part of any insurance firm’s strategy.
The gradual transition to electric vehicles poses several challenges for the insurance industry, with the sector assessing the sustainability of existing claims solutions and motor products. This blog highlights how brokers can adapt their solutions and products to meet the needs of EV drivers.
This whitepaper will help guide brokers through the whiplash reforms, explore what they mean to the broker sector and inform brokers on how they can successfully navigate the pitfalls they present.
A digital brokerage delivers faster growth because technology automates selling and servicing to identify new business opportunities quickly, whilst also ensuring profitable relationships with customers are maximised. View this infographic to find out more.