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.
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.
I was reminded of the insurance industry this surprising sunny bank holiday weekend when I was required to sign a waiver to accept and acknowledge my participation in Gravity Force trampolining could entail "known and unknown risks that could result in…
Inga Beale and the British Insurance Awards are in the August issue of Post.
Insurer adoption of cloud hosted software-as-a-service technology is set to grow as a response to unprecedented regulatory change, according to research of 94 senior insurance decisionmakers and IT professionals.
CEO of Esure Group Stuart Vann is targeting growth in the insurer’s portfolio, claiming that "now is the time to grow".
Esure profit before tax dropped 1.9% to £45.6m (2015: £46.5m) and its overall combined operating ratio worsened 3.4 percentage points to 99.2% for the six months ended 30 June 2016 as adverse weather events impacted the insurer's home book.
Thousands of seriously ill workers and bereaved families could have their efforts to seek redress against negligent employers severely hampered under new plans to delete Companies House records according to the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers.
Aviva’s Homeserve deal has been labelled a ‘good bad deal’ by UK General Insurance CEO after the partnership negatively affected the insurer's combined operating ratio by 1% in its interim results.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch has labelled Aviva's shares the "worst performing" among the UK insurer peer group as the firm released its first half results.
Vienna Insurance Group has revealed consolidated profit before taxes of €200m (£168m) for the first half-year 2016.
The compensation culture is still dogging the UK insurance industry and so the market must continue to price for it, according to Axa UK CEO Amanda Blanc.
Direct Line Group is putting ‘extra effort’ into its commercial business as gross written premium for Direct Line for Business increased by 8% in the first half of 2016.
Here are the important insurance news and Post exclusives of the past week, in case you missed them.