Jen joined Insurance Post as a reporter in 2018.
She has won Willis Towers Watson’s insurance and reinsurance newcomer of the year twice in a row, in 2018 and 2019.
Also in 2019, Jen was Biba’s trade press journalist of the year and won the gold award for financial journalism category at MHP’s 30 to Watch awards, beating off competition from Guardian and Which?
In 2020 she was shortlisted in four categories at the Headline Money awards, including best B2B story and B2B journalist of the year, and took home the title of B2B General Insurance Journalist of the Year.
Briefing: Trust in travel insurance has fallen, could ‘Covid cancellation’ cover mean another hit this year?
With trust in travel insurance falling, Post news editor Jen Frost considers the impact of so-called Covid cancellation cover in 2021.
Following criticism from television personality Jeremy Clarkson and minister Lord Stephen Greenhalgh, the Association of British Insurers told Post it refutes suggestions its members may be “profiteering” from the cladding and fire safety scandal.
Perhaps the only surprise about today’s delay to part one of the Civil Liability Act (2018) whiplash reforms is that they are only being put back one month.
Late 2020’s storm Bella has driven a “significant” number of claims, loss adjusters told Post, though damage was not witnessed on the scale of storms Ciara and Dennis.
Jeff Brinley has been named Be Wiser CEO with Sharon Beckett having left the role this year, Post can reveal.
Managing general agent Markerstudy made a loss in 2019, with discussions ongoing around its near £200m debt to Qatar Re.
Damage to and deterioration of stock as a result of the ban on manned freight between France and the UK is unlikely to be covered by insurance, industry representatives have confirmed.
The European Commission will conduct a Phase II review into the $30bn (£22bn) merger of global brokers Aon and Willis Towers Watson, it has been confirmed.
“Ridiculous”, “harmful”, “anti-competitive”. These were the words used by Money Supermarket managing director of financial services Graham Donoghue to describe wide ‘most favoured nation’ clauses during a Competition Commission hearing back in 2013.
The Financial Conduct Authority’s counsel today likened the spread of coronavirus to the Great Storm of 1987, appearing in front of the Supreme Court for the third day of the business interruption test case appeal.
Last week the British Insurance Brokers’ Association followed others' footsteps as it moved its 2021 conference online. Post news editor Jen Frost considers the future of events.
As the search for lesser-spotted clarity continues, simple confirmation from the regulator on which business interruption wordings are being contested, and by who, is a welcome aid.
The Financial Conduct Authority has cautioned brokers and managing general agents not to assume someone is “fit and proper” for roles under the Senior Managers & Certification Regime, with the expectation being that “some” staff will not meet standards.
The Financial Conduct Authority has publicly censured Aviva for a 2018 announcement that the regulator found “had the potential to mislead the market”.
The world is devoting a lot of energy into finding a vaccine or ‘cure’ for Covid-19. We should know by now that false hope is not an antidote.
The business interruption test case is meant to be about co-operation to find clarity. Qatar Insurance Company’s attempt to intervene has rocked the boat.
Insurer Ecclesiastical has faced criticism after failing to provide evidence “in a candid manner” during the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse’s investigation into Anglican Church abuse.
Next year’s dual pricing ban will force price comparison websites to adapt if they are to stay relevant, experts have warned.
The liquidators of Gibraltar insurer Enterprise have predicted a £31m claims hit from tax avoidance scheme Icebreaker used by Take That and other wealthy creative industries professionals, Post can reveal.