Insurance Times round up this week’s biggest MGA-related stories

This week’s MGA news kicked off with Prestige Underwriting announcing an expansion to its non-standard motor portfolio, including coverage for high-performance vehicles and those with poor driving history or motoring convictions. 

On the same day, Rokstone announced that it was expanding into the sports personal accident market – with tailored wordings for motorsport, golf, tennis, football and other sports. 

Midway through the week, C-Quence also announced that it had signed a deal with Sompo for the insurer to become its new capacity provider for property casualty and property owners propositions. 

Also this week, short-term rental specialist insurtech Pikl announced that it had secured a new capacity partnership with Prestige Underwriting and Aviva to provide broader cover for non-standard property risks. 

And topping off the week, Axa UK and Ireland chief executive Tara Foley told editor Katie Scott that the insurer was “working through” its MGA strategy with a mind to expand its offering. 


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