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Jonathan Swift

Content director, insurance

Jonathan has written and commented about the insurance industry since 1998 as a reporter, news editor, editor and content director at Incisive Media.

He has appeared on television speaking about topics as diverse as the insurance implications of Michael Jackson's death to the consequences of consolidation on motor premiums; and is a past winner of the British Insurance Brokers' Association journalist of the year and Association of British Insurers general insurance trade journalist prizes.

Articles by Jonathan Swift

Interview - Annette Court: Insurance at heart

Annette Court left Royal Bank of Scotland in 2006 as CEO of its insurance division to join Zurich. She talks to Jonathan Swift about a challenging and rewarding first 24 months as its European non-life chief.

Interview - Annette Court: Insurance at heart

Annette Court left Royal Bank of Scotland in 2006 as CEO of its insurance division to join Zurich. She talks to Jonathan Swift about a challenging and rewarding first 24 months as its European non-life chief.

Barry Smith & Mark Cliff - Joint effort

Former Axa colleagues Barry Smith and Mark Cliff meet again, this time at Fortis. Jonathan Swift finds out what the future of the company will look like now that it has their combined expertise

Staying on top

With Norwich Union heading the rankings in the recent Post Magazine top 100, Jonathan Swift has a timely chat with the insurer's new managing director of general insurance, Mark Hodges, about his plans to ensure the company stays ahead of the pack

Taking a different tack

David McMillan, Norwich Union's partnerships director, tells Jonathan Swift why the company is taking a more active approach to affinity

NU boss lauds Ebay potential

The head of one of the UK's leading affinity insurers has predicted that non-insurance internet brands are likely to represent one of the most fruitful areas moving forward.

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