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.
#BibaFever: B-B-Q: Can brokers afford to ignore insurtech to remain relevant in the connected digital world?
As British Insurance Brokers’ Association Conference attendees wake up to a new day, the #BibaFever team went in search of finding out the big issues for the market.
As the British Insurance Brokers’ Association Conference continued in Manchester today the Insurance Post and Insurance Age #BibaFever team went out to grill delegates about the topics that have been getting the tongs (sic) wagging.
In a snap decision just after Christmas I agreed it would be fun to attend a Moulin Rouge secret cinema perfomance, with little thought to the effort this would involve or the costume I'm currently having to source.
It has been a week of highs and lows in our household. My son went on his first Cub sleepover and earned the honour of becoming a Sixer. I, meanwhile, returned to the X-ray machine.
Personal injury took on a new meaning for me this week when I discovered a bruised ankle picked up during a recent paragliding adventure was actually a bad break.
After a slow start to 2017 I suddenly had lots of decisions to make this week about holidays, extracurricular activites and building plans (for my extension).
When I was a child you couldn’t get better than a Kwik Fit Fitter, they were the boys to trust!
As Christmas day draws near lawyers this week branded the Association of British Insurers’ legal challenge over the government’s discount rate review as “worthy of Scrooge himself”.
As well as embracing technology insurers of the future must employ data analysts to deal with the data it produces or fraud will continue according to RSA’s head of fraud.
Insurers have been urged to submit referrals of regulatory breaches by legal entities to the Solicitors Regulatory Authority to tackle the scourge of legal fraud and 'training camps'.
At a recent Claims Club meeting I was introduced to IBM’s Watson, an artificial intelligence technology platform that uses natural language processing and machine learning to reveal insights from large amounts of unstructured data, and it got me thinking.