Stephanie joined the Post team as a reporter in 2004. Since then she has worked her way through various roles on the magazine and became editor in 2013.
In addition to writing about the insurance industry, Stephanie also has a thing or two to say about it, and is often asked to comment on various areas of the industry on television and radio.
As editor, Stephanie is also heavily involved in the brand's events and is on he British Insurance Awards judging panel.
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This week saw one of the biggest takeover deals of 2017 while our December issue highlights a year of tech.
As the mother of a nine-year-old son who is growing up in a digital world where his life might be played out on social media I was shocked to learn that Childline held over 12,000 counselling sessions with children who were concerned about an online…
Sabine Coessens, operational risk manager, Proximus, urged risk managers to return to their offices, check all their policies for cyber cover and get a standalone policy.
Intangible risks affecting businesses could force the insurance market to restructure, says WTW's Aubert
Nicolas Aubert, head of Willis Towers Watson GB, has suggested that the insurance market consider its fundamental structure as the number of intangible risks facing businesses shows no sign of abating.
The president of the Federation of European Risk Managers Associations has voiced members' feelings of dissatisfaction that their insurers are not keeping up with the fourth industrial revolution.
Risk managers have been urged to recognise that business leaders can be a firm’s biggest risk.
Inga Beale, CEO of Lloyds, has urged for a change in business culture to allow firms to admit to mistakes or errors so insurers can properly cover their risk exposures.
Small firms needn't fear their lack of resources will make being diverse a challenge but must be authentic, a London market audience has been told.
My dad was one of 400,000 passengers affected this week by air traffic control delays, bad weather and a backlog in employee holidays for the delay, which lead to budget airline Ryanair cancelling 50 flights a day for the next six weeks.
There is a lot of noise around the potential for data analytics to give insurers an advantage in everything from pricing to fraud detection.