Digital content & commissioning editor
Cecile joined the Post team in 2015.
She started out as a reporter for newswires in France, covering general news, culture and politics.
In 2013, she moved to the UK and wrote for a couple of maritime publications, before venturing into the world of insurance.
She holds journalism MAs from the Sorbonne Nouvelle and City University.
Zurich is partnering with Holly Lodge High School in Smethwick, near Birmingham, to deliver financial literacy training.
The High Court has ruled that metal-on-metal hip implants are not defective, in one of the largest product liability group actions in recent years.
A panel of insurers, brokers and loss adjusters has called for stricter fire regulations, on the eve of the publication of the Hackitt review of building regulations and fire safety.
Zurich is increasing the number of days employees can volunteer from one to three in a year.
This week we unveiled the long-awaited shortlist for the British Insurance Awards.
Japanese carmaker Subaru is offering three years of free comprehensive motor cover with every new car bought in France, our sister publication reports.
SFS France, which is owned by CBL, is having difficulties getting approval from Orias, the French association registering and approving brokers.
The regulatory landscape is constantly evolving, With this in mind, Post asked a number of senior insurance figures about some of the most pertinent changes that are afoot from GDPR to the IDD, and how they would like the situation to develop in a post…
Insurers welcome the whiplash compensation reform introduced in the Civil Liability Bill, while personal injury lawyers warn against its unintended consequences.
China-backed hackers have the technical capabilities to cause insurers extensive losses, a consultant warned.
The cyber security and insurance industries are focusing too much on products and neglecting the human factor that is at play in 95% of data breaches, a conference heard.
At the ABI annual dinner on Monday, as guests at my table predicted future insurance trends, I was struck by a suggestion. People will want to protect their most precious belongings and, in 10 years’ time, that will be their personal data, a KPMG partner…
Insurers need to have access to the accident data produced by connected cars, a conference heard.
The government needs to clearly define what constitutes autonomous driving in order that insurers can properly determine liability, a conference heard.
The Motor Insurers’ Bureau could act as a platform for car manufacturers to share with insurers accident data generated by autonomous vehicles, a conference heard.
Motor insurance is going to be "massively impacted” by the advent of autonomous vehicles, a senior Axa executive has warned.