Senior reporter, Insurance Post
Emmanuel is senior reporter on Post covering the broking beat.
He has over a decade of experience writing about the insurance industry. He started his career as a reporter on broker-focused title Professional Broking in 2009 becoming a senior reporter ahead of joining Insurance Age at the end of 2010.
Promoted to features editor in October 2011 Emmanuel became editor the following June holding the post for nearly six years before deciding to return to being a reporter to focus on news writing and analysis.
Along with deep knowledge of insurance he has also gained a solid understanding of reinsurance through a year writing on the market with a particular focus on insurance-linked securities at Trading Risk.
He re-joined Infopro Digital in late 2019 taking up the position of senior reporter at Insurance Post working on extended in-depth analysis and data driven research on key sections of the industry along with covering day to day news and writing opinion pieces.
Ahead of the British Insurance Brokers’ Association hosting its annual conference online for the first time ever, Post caught up with CEO Steve White to discuss what virtual attendees will see and hear about, the trade body’s ongoing lobbying and his…
Aviva has confirmed that up to 115 people could be hit by changes to its IT teams as it moves to automate certain processes and increase use of outsourcing.
The takeover by Intact and Tryg has cleared all the regulatory hurdles and should complete at the end of May, RSA confirmed as it posted a combined operating ratio of 86% for the first quarter of 2021.
A freedom of information request by Post to the Financial Conduct Authority has revealed the watchdog is taking an average of 129 days to make a decision on authorising firms applying for permission to trade as general insurance brokers selling non…
Legal Protection Group has hit back with its defence document in the ongoing legal dispute with HDI Global Specialty, denying all the accusations as it branded the litigation unnecessary and serving no purpose other than as an attempt to strengthen HDI’s…
Carpenters Group has appointed Faye Fishlock to lead its legal defence services and strengthen its offering to insurers.
Direct Insurance Group has restructured, combining its UK and international teams into one group under the brand Aventum.
Close Brothers Premium Finance has re-organised its senior management team again following managing director Paul Trail's decision to step down.
Insurance experts have adopted a relaxed stance over the Chartered Insurance Institute’s proposals to deregister the Personal Finance Society and take out a bank credit facility.
The recently announced tie-up between Ardonagh Portfolio Solutions and Beazley is most immediately of interest to those with a London Market leaning. However, there are potential future implications for the UK retail market.
Experts have warned of the potential for fines and regulatory permissions being removed as the Financial Conduct Authority contacted 2800 firms about their directory persons information after the deadline for submissions passed on 31 March.
Shepherd Compello has named Steve Hart as chief broking officer, moving up from divisional director for the company’s US-focused property business.
Brokers have been urged to expand their offerings with wellbeing and employee benefit propositions as demands from clients shift due to the Covid-19 crisis.
Former Swiftcover co-founder Matt Potashnick has joined the board of London-based automated risk, compliance and regulation software specialists Albany Group.
Axa has appointed Marco Distefano as managing director for motor and home and Anna Fleming as chief operating officer in its UK retail insurance unit.
Aviva has become the first major insurer to gain The Good Shopping Guide’s Ethical Company Award.
Chartered Insurance Institute chief membership officer Keith Richards, one of only four people to have led the Personal Finance Society, will be leaving this June after being in charge of the PFS for half of its 16-year existence.
The Financial Conduct Authority has published its latest fees update, with a consultation set to run into May.