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Nearly a quarter of SMEs buy cyber cover due to remote working uptick

2021-10-27T16:49:00+01:00By Katie Scott

Around a fifth of small to medium-sized businesses bought cyber cover due to a broker’s recommendation, says analytics firm

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Briefing: Supporting staff experiencing menopause can help drive diversity agenda

2021-10-28T08:54:00+01:00By Katie Scott

This month marks World Menopause Day – what is your firm doing to support female colleagues undergoing menopausal symptoms?

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October 2021 issue

In this month’s edition: Broker admin fees and double charging comes under scrutiny following the FCA’s pricing reform, Insurance DataLab compares the UK and Gibraltar insurance markets, space tourism cover takes off and Aviva’s Gareth Hemming outlines his future plans

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Aston Lark finds ‘forever home’ with Howden

2021-10-13T14:51:00+01:00By Clare Ruel

Howden Group boss, David Howden and Aston Lark’s group chief executive, Peter Blanc tell Insurance Times how the combined business aims to become a UK broking powerhouse

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Ben Huckel: Insurtech’s ‘built for change’ IT solution addresses legacy issues

2021-10-15T10:50:00+01:00By Clare Ruel

Insurtech aims to take pain and frustration out of IT adoption for the insurance industry

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Ian McCarron: Broker was ‘scared’ yet pandemic provides ‘more positives than negatives’

2021-10-14T12:08:00+01:00By Isobel Rafferty

Despite its annual premium eroding by 65% during the Covid-19-related lockdowns, the business is now ‘on track’ to achieve 30% ahead of budget

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Partnering with startup insurtechs means ‘judging it on value’ and not a book by its cover – Covéa Insurance

2021-10-12T12:20:00+01:00By Isobel Rafferty

Cloud-based microservices technology, compared to traditional monolithic systems, offers flexibility, says chief technology and information officer

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