Post - 27.01.2011
Royal Bank of Scotland Insurance has launched into the mid and high-net-worth spaces with a single product/ multi-cover offering, which it plans to sell both direct in-house and through affinity partners.
Personal lines broker Igo4 has sealed a “significant” deal with an insurance investment specialist, which it claims will facilitate the next phase of its development, including launching its own contact centre.
Robert Hiscox is never one to hold his tongue. When Daniel Dunkley met him to talk about current market conditions, he was as forthright as expected on the FSA, ABI, government policy and price-matching practices.
As motor insurers seek to reduce claims costs, Post gathered a group of industry experts together to debate whether a law change would help. Jonathan Swift reports.
Stars don’t come much bigger than David ‘Goldenballs’ Beckham. And Penny was delighted to hear Becks was back in his homeland, enjoying the hospitality of his boyhood club Tottenham Hotspur.
It is somewhat fitting that Post includes an interview with Hiscox chairman Robert Hiscox in the same week that Royal Bank of Scotland Insurance announces its plan to make a play for one his firm’s traditional heartlands, the mid and high-net-worth space…
The British fascination with the weather scaled new heights recently, as we experienced the worst winter since records began 100 years ago.