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Ronny Lavie

Ronny Lavie

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Ronny Lavie is a deputy editor at Finder, specialising in insurance content. She has almost a decade of experience writing about financial topics, including five months spent as the interim managing editor for the Fintech Times newspaper. Ronny has a Master of Arts in Creative Writing from London Middlesex University and is currently working on her first book.

Latest articles by Ronny Lavie

46 articles written by this author

AXA business insurance review

Find out all you need to know about AXA's business insurance cover and whether it's right for your business.

Ronny Lavie 22 June 2020
AXA business insurance review

Direct Line business insurance review

Find out what's included in Direct Line's business insurance policy and whether it's right for your business.

Ronny Lavie 22 June 2020
Direct Line business insurance review

Business interruption insurance

Most businesses impacted by coronavirus don't have business interruption insurance. Find out what it is and why it's important.

Ronny Lavie 18 June 2020
Business interruption insurance

Tradesman insurance

If you're a tradesman or tradeswoman, you need to protect yourself against both legal action and injury in the course of your work.

Ronny Lavie 10 June 2020
Tradesman insurance

Business contents insurance

What is business contents insurance and why do you need it?

Ronny Lavie 27 May 2020
Business contents insurance

iwoca approved for accreditation under CBILS

iwoca, one of Europe's largest small business lenders, has been approved today by the British Business Bank to join the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS).

Ronny Lavie 20 May 2020
iwoca approved for accreditation under CBILS

Coronavirus website traffic surge

On average, the websites we looked at were getting 75% more visitors during the lockdown compared to the same time last year.

Georgia-Rose Johnson & Ronny Lavie 20 May 2020
Coronavirus website traffic surge

Tide and Liberis accredited into government’s coronavirus loan scheme

FinTech lenders Tide and Liberis have been approved to join the British Business Bank's CBILS and BBLS schemes, respectively.

Ronny Lavie 19 May 2020
Tide and Liberis accredited into government’s coronavirus loan scheme

Capital on Tap approved as a lender under CBILS

The British Business Bank has announced that Capital on Tap is now an accredited lender under the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS).

Ronny Lavie 14 May 2020
Capital on Tap approved as a lender under CBILS

Amex announces new bespoke offers for Business Platinum Card holders

American Express has announced new offers for Business Platinum Cardmembers, including a one-time £250 statement credit after card renewal.

Ronny Lavie 12 May 2020
Amex announces new bespoke offers for Business Platinum Card holders
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