A broker-facing insurer fought off stiff competition from other underwriters who were vying for the Zurich brand’s national development manager after he left.
The founder of three underwriting agencies has formally launched a new business designed to help brokers whose clients have international exposures.
Two new experts – one marine and one commercial – have been brought on board to help this specialist insurer achieve its strategic plans for the future.
With the implementation date just weeks away, insurers are attempting to stay on the right side of the law and not face multimillion dollar fines.
Insurer demand and the growing number of claims leads firm to expand its network.
The new recruit, “familiar face” at NIBA and Steadfast conventions, joins from an international insurer.
Insurers are receiving an influx of broker queries as intermediaries revaluate their existing broker contracts.
Global insurer stresses brokers will not be impacted as company faces mixed reactions over plans.
The insurer’s CEO says while some underwriters are “commoditising” their marine insurance offerings, it is strengthening its own.
It’s not just QBE making staff redundant as it attempts to streamline its business.