Despite the body-blows dealt to the profession’s high street presence by the web, brokers are fighting back by doing what they do best – helping customers find the right cover
All the things the insurance industry should promise in 2009
Promising to cover flooded homes is a failed policy
Action on global warming must follow the good words.
Insurers hate referral fees and brokers say they and their clients can live without them. But the payments look unlikely to vanish any time soon. Chris Wheal finds out why.
Insurers have united workers and bosses against themselves
Industry must keep UK Plc trading.
Lloyd’s model could put banks bad debts behind them
Private equity buyout for Direct line and Churchill?
Reinsurance rises as insurers refuse cover to fit firms
Electricity demand plummets in face of recession
Industry must seize the chance to end referral fees.
Solicitor’s regulator wants to “deter” their use.
Ford and GM will run out of cash next year, suppliers warned
Results achieved despite “adverse circumstances”
First ever losses blamed on Ike and Gustav
Stock market losses will force premium rise
Mark Adams replaces Mark Jackson
Will Treasury insurance strategy group be well driven?
Chairman confirms little change in past month
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