Emma Ann Hughes

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Q&A: Alina Jipa, RSA

RSA’s chief of staff, Alina Jipa, shares ways to tackle insurance’s boring image and improve the sector’s career path.

A big Hill to climb: what the CII’s new CEO must do

Editor’s View: As soon as Legal Services Board CEO Matthew Hill, pictured, was named the Chartered Insurance Institute’s third CEO in as many three years, insurers contacted Emma Ann Hughes to share what they think should be at the top of his in-tray.

Big Interview: Sedgwick CEO Paul White

Paul White, regional CEO for international of Sedgwick, shares how loss adjusting and claims management will always be at the heart of what the business does but in order to grow the organisation it is branching out into new areas.

KPMG’s Evans expects Consumer Duty to evolve in 2024

Former Association of British Insurers director general Huw Evans, who will replace Trevor Jones as head of insurance at KPMG in April, expects the Financial Conduct Authority’s Consumer Duty requirements will "evolve" next year.

Most-read insurance stories in 2023 revealed

Like Cher, Insurance Post is turning back time to remember the industry Consumer Duty’s efforts, business interruption cases continuing to rumble on, developments at Direct Line, RSA’s personal lines exit, plus the other major insurance events of the…

Q&A: Martin Parker, Markel

Martin Parker, head of construction at Markel, shares how the specialty provider will deliver specialist insurance that addresses the pain points faced by builders.

Thomas Carroll CEO reveals expansion plans

Hot on the heels of Thomas Carroll Group’s 181 employees becoming owners of the business via a trust, the independent broker’s CEO has shared plans to swell the firm’s ranks and open new offices.

MGA Review of the Year 2023

With large insurers and mainstream players pulling out of certain lines in 2023, and products reverting to the core areas, MGA chiefs plan to continue to step up and fill that gap in 2024.

Christmas is a time for insurers to give back

Editor’s View: As insurers on Santa’s nice list get ready to receive loads of presents, Emma Ann Hughes reflects on how the industry has given back to society and supported charities this Christmas.

Insurers’ Review of the Year 2023

While 2023 will be remembered as a difficult year for insurers due to consolidation, capacity restrictions plus new regulatory rules, providers still have high hopes for 2024.

Headlines that shook insurance in 2023

The news and views that shaped insurance in 2023, plus what can you expect from Insurance Post in 2024, are all revealed in our final video podcast of the year.

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