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MGAs, Broker Facilities and Distribution

Broker Facilities, alongside the growth in MGAs, consortia, and special purpose syndicates, are revolutionising the Lloyd’s and London market landscape and signalling a shift away from traditional underwriting and distribution methods.

 

FCA's wholesale study will set tone for future regulation of market

The investigation by the FCA has the potential to change relationships in the London market fundamentally and has significant implications for the pace of innovation and the profitability of different parts of the value chain
Distribution Broker Facilities Broker

Outlook 2018: Talking up London around the world

The London market must tell its story a lot better in Asia, Latin America and continental Europe to ensure it taps into the full breadth of talent it needs to succeed in these markets
Market Modernisation Focus Lloyds

Outlook 2018: Five predictions for the London market in 2018

It's not all about rates. There are some more fundamental issues for the market to address. 
London Lloyds Technology

ID Comment: Insurer-owned MGAs are more than a fad

Some will argue that the when the market hardens, MGAs will go out of fashion - but major carriers like Brit and Ascot see MGAs as a key part of their growth strategies
Specialty Reinsurance Distribution
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Momentum increasing in London's takaful drive

The takaful market is seen as offering huge potential for London underwriters, but persuading re/insurers to dedicate the necessary resources to develop the market remains a challenge. Proponents, however, say positive steps are being taken to build the sector 

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RFIB's Bear: Limehouse captive move will help bring risks to market

Traditional insurance market does not always provide right solutions for clients, chief executive says

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ID comment: Insurers uncertain about the potential of blockchain

The viability of the technology in the sector will depend on the willingness of a few industry leaders to take the plunge and commit the necessary resources

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FCA to question clients in wholesale broker study

Regulator has told brokers it will approach their customers in latest stage of market study
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HSB Engineering's Morris: Constructing opportunity in a soft market

Despite challenging market conditions, Munich Re subsidiary HSB Engineering Insurance is focused on doubling the size of its business in the UK, says it underwriting director
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London market looks to South Korea's specialty potential

The demand for specialty lines cover is growing in South Korea, but London market insurers and brokers will have to overcome the challenges posed by the market’s distribution system

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ID Comment: Mobile technology is key to microinsurance growth in Latin America

The microinsurance sector in Latin America and the Caribbean is lagging behind other regions; mobile technology is a critical element in driving the sector's growth

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Focus: Time to rethink delegated authority tech

The technology already exists to speed up the processes and reduce the costs associated with delegated authority transactions in the London market. It is merely a matter of summoning the collective will to implement it

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Focus: Combining the power of new technologies with mutual values

New technologies threaten to disrupt the high level of customer loyalty and trust that characterises the relationship between mutual insurers and their members
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