Senior Reporter, Post
Harry is a senior reporter for Insurance Post covering the London market, corporate lines and risk management.
He joined Insurance Post in 2018 and won the British Insurance Brokers’ Association most promising newcomer award in 2019.
R&Q is to hold a special general meeting on 13 September in London to allow shareholders to vote on resolutions to remove executive chair William Spiegel from his post.
RSA will not hesitate to increase personal lines premiums in the face of economic headwinds, UK and international CEO Ken Norgrove has said.
Insurers have accused eight Premier League football clubs of taking a “mistaken approach” in a legal claim regarding losses suffered by the clubs during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Aviva is set to restructure its UK commercial lines leadership following the decision of managing director Nick Major to pursue opportunities elsewhere.
R&Q executive chairman William Spiegel has received the backing two of the firm’s shareholders following calls from other investors for him to stand down.
Two major R&Q shareholders have called for the removal of the legacy acquisition specialist’s executive chairman William Spiegel, citing deterioration in the performance of the business under his leadership.
CMA's Compare the Market fine overturned after tribunal finds 'no reliable evidence' for alleged harms
A £17.9m fine imposed on Compare the Market in 2020 has been overturned by a tribunal that found the Competition and Markets Authority did not present sufficient evidence for the anti-competitive effects it alleged.
Government, insurers and FCA must provide clarity on BI furlough deductions if the courts cannot, says FSB
The Federation of Small Businesses has called for insurers, government and the Financial Conduct Authority to agree specific conditions for the deduction of government support from business interruption claims if ongoing litigation proves unable to give…
Allianz Holdings has seen its half-year profits cut by 42% year-on-year as a result of inflation running ahead of its predictions and pricing assumptions, the insurer said on Friday.
Lloyd’s insurers led by Ascot have launched a facility that will provide up to $50m (£40.8m) of all risks marine cargo and war coverage for grain and food exports from Ukraine.
Cyber insurance has quickly moved on from just being a nice-to-have to an essential product for many of the UK’s small and mid-sized enterprises.
The Federation of Small Businesses has called on the Financial Conduct Authority to act in response to a survey it conducted that found that many businesses are finding it difficult to find insurance.
CII consultation provided ‘a clear steer’, says professional body as it outlines steps for next 12 months
The Chartered Insurance Institute has outlined changes to the qualifications it offers and its membership proposition that will piloted over the next 12 months.
The Federation of Small Businesses has called on the insurance industry to improve the clarity of policy wordings after it found that 30% of small businesses and the self employed have difficulties understanding what their insurance covers.
The UK’s financial regulators will be given a secondary objective to foster growth and competitiveness under legislation tabled on Wednesday.
Motor insurance provider Zego withdrew job offers it had extended due to increased costs, which also led it to make 17% of its staff redundant.
Next Gen PPL platform must overcome data standards roadblocks to protect dominant London market role
Lloyd’s and London market electronic placement platform PPL has been warned market participants could turn to alternative solutions if their needs aren't met following delays to its next generation platform, now set for launch in 2023.
Aircraft leasing giant Aercap has launched a $3.48bn (£2.93bn) lawsuit against its insurers as it seeks to recoup losses incurred by the seizure of 141 planes by Russian airlines following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine earlier this year.
Nathalie Dufresne and Georgina Farrell will join RSA as chief underwriting officer and chief people officer respectively later this year, Post can reveal.
Post catches up with Allianz Personal and LV General Insurance CEO Steve Treloar a year on from the insurer's restructure to reflect on building the UK's biggest personal lines insurer, plans for further growth, and the shifting needs of brokers.
Planned strikes by staff at the Financial Conduct Authority, which had been scheduled to go ahead on Tuesday and Wednesday this week, have been cancelled after Unite the Union said it had “secured a route to union recognition.”