Aviva's Gareth Hemming is to "pursue new opportunities outside of Aviva" at the end of the year.
For the period between April 2021 and March 2022, more than three quarters of the whistleblower submissions received by the Financial Conduct Authority are still under assessment.
A job advert has surfaced where Allianz is looking to expand its direct sales team within the inspections arm of the company. Could this be something that will be explored in the future for other lines?
Speaking to Post at the Applied Net conference in Nashville, CEO of Applied Europe, Tom Needs has said that having a US arm of the business allows the UK and Ireland to experiment and innovate more.
Andy James and Mark Ames, previously of Kingfisher Insurance, have teamed up to launch Zixty, an app-based motor insurance company with carbon neutrality at its core offering.
Dive In Festival: ‘Find the high-potential women early on and do everything to keep them’ says Aviva’s Blanc
Aviva’s Amanda Blanc says women are dropping out of organisations “far too early” because they are not seeing role models in more senior positions.
The Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities, Simon Clarke has demanded ‘immediate changes’, ordering the British Insurance Brokers’ Association to address ‘disturbing’ remuneration practices following a Financial Conduct Authority…
Amendments to further protect consumers in the Financial Services and Markets Bill, due to be passed into law next year, have been proposed by a task force that wants to see regulators held more accountable.
Organisers have seen many of their events cancelled since the Queen passed away earlier this month, despite clear guidelines from the government. However, the insurance industry has responded to these cancellations with sensitivity
As reinsurers head to Monte Carlo for the annual Rendez-Vous de Septembre , Post reviews recent market reports, where reinsurers have been advised to "lean into the market" after years of struggle.
The Jensten Group has said it is “always looking at opportunities for growth” but doesn’t want to lose focus on what type of growth it wants to achieve.
The Information Commissioner’s Office has begun criminal proceedings against eight individuals who are alleged to have stolen data from repair garages in order to find leads for potential fraudulent personal injury claims.
A former junior underwriter at Swiss Re has won her sexual discrimination suit against the company, after she was wrongfully dismissed following sexist comments from her boss.
Companies House filings show the merger between Copart and Hills Motors was completed on 5 July, but the Competition and Markets Authority is looking into it.
The government has pledged £100m to “revolutionise travel” and see automated vehicles on the road by 2025, but some vehicles with self-driving features could be operating on motorways within the next year.
Multiple sources have told Post that it is a matter of time before Jensten Group is looking for new investment; although CEO Alistair Hardie insists Livingbridge is "a long-term shareholder".
The insurance industry has been warned to move away from data that is susceptible to manipulation, and to focus more on “accurate, trusted data” as it grapples with opportunistic fraud activity as the cost-of-living crisis increases pressures on the…
A disgraced, imprisoned underwriter, who funnelled millions of pounds out of contracts with Axa XL has been ordered to pay £6.5m back to the insurer.
Rumours have been surfacing recently that Aviva is looking like a potential target for circling buyers. It couldn't really happen... could it?
Following the completion of the acquisition of Metromile, US firm Lemonade has promptly laid off 20% of its workforce, around 60 people, but had previously told them that they all had jobs lined up.