In a snap decision just after Christmas I agreed it would be fun to attend a Moulin Rouge secret cinema perfomance, with little thought to the effort this would involve or the costume I'm currently having to source.
My Irish grandmother always said bad things come in threes. In the last 18 months the insurance industry has faced bad returns on investments, several increases to insurance premium tax and now the huge change to the Ogden discount rate, so the sector…
It has been a week of highs and lows in our household. My son went on his first Cub sleepover and earned the honour of becoming a Sixer. I, meanwhile, returned to the X-ray machine.
With the countdown to my next ‘big’ birthday already started, I’m the first to admit that none of us are getting any younger.
Personal injury took on a new meaning for me this week when I discovered a bruised ankle picked up during a recent paragliding adventure was actually a bad break.
Another year and another Power List from your team at Post.
After a slow start to 2017 I suddenly had lots of decisions to make this week about holidays, extracurricular activites and building plans (for my extension).
When I was a child you couldn’t get better than a Kwik Fit Fitter, they were the boys to trust!
Incisive Media's offices are now closed until Tuesday 3 January 2017 for the festive period. We would like to take this opportunity to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from the Post team.
As Christmas day draws near lawyers this week branded the Association of British Insurers’ legal challenge over the government’s discount rate review as “worthy of Scrooge himself”.
It's coming soon, it's huge and it's all about you!
This week was an historic week for the world as it watched Americans choose their 45th president.
As well as embracing technology insurers of the future must employ data analysts to deal with the data it produces or fraud will continue according to RSA’s head of fraud.
Insurers have been urged to submit referrals of regulatory breaches by legal entities to the Solicitors Regulatory Authority to tackle the scourge of legal fraud and 'training camps'.
Several times in my life I've stopped and taken stock and upon realising things weren't quite as they should be, I've chosen a new path.
Sometimes in life people let you down. Maybe they are not as invested as you, maybe they don't have the same energy levels or maybe they were never going to do it in the first place.
At a recent Claims Club meeting I was introduced to IBM’s Watson, an artificial intelligence technology platform that …
Post is supporting the Chartered Insurance Institute’s He for She campaign - making simple, achievable personal commitments that inspire others to join the conversation and show support for gender parity.
As J K Rowling continues to delight fans with updated ebooks on her website Pottermore this week we learnt a bit more about our team mates on Post as a new feature was released.
I felt for brokers last week after I spent a few days incapacitated when a wasp sting on my ankle became infected and I was unable to walk.
Mike Boast joined structural engineers and chartered building surveyors straight from Nottingham Trent University.
The London Fire Brigade, the anniversary of the great Fire of London and the Top 30 European insurer ranking are in the September issue of Post.
As director of safety and assurance at the LFB, Dany Cotton talks to Stephanie Denton about diversity, technological advances and what insurers can do to help prevent fire loss
Humphrey the golden hamster, our most recent literary favourite, has just taught my son to ‘stop, drop and roll’ if he ever finds his clothes on fire, which has led to many impromptu practices at various locations… just in case.