Holly Dawson, a trainee account handler in Gallagher’s West Malling office in Kent office, studies for exams, gets to grips with a new area of the business, deals with January renewals and trains for a 10K run.
Edward Castles, managing director at WTW, examines the forces driving a return to soft market conditions and increasing rate reductions.
Oliver Rose, a director of Doncaster-based insurance broker One Call and a former Biba Young Broker of the Year, has died aged 37.
Ghost broking now makes up over a third of the cases being investigated by the Insurance Fraud Enforcement Department at the City of London Police and there has been a surge in the number of scammers using Instagram to try and con consumers.on consumers.
Laura Hancock, chair of the Society of Insurance Broking, argues the forthcoming Consumer Duty represents a refreshing evolution rather than a revolution in how brokers deal with customers.
With a closing date of 17 March, you will need to start preparing your 2023 British Insurance Awards entries sooner rather than later to make the cut; and be in with a chance of winning at the industry’s most prestigious insurance awards show.
Consilium recently brought in Paul Richards to lead the business as co-CEO alongside James Baird, who was appointed CEO in November. Insurance Post asks them how the two-CEO structure works, and how being colleagues for 23 years helped shape the decision.
Flock CEO Ed Leon Klinger said in order for insurtechs to continue to grow their scale and distribution capabilities, they needed to use the concept of brokers.
Insurers wanting to get the best price for their business need to reassure a buyer that what they see on day one of sales talks is what they will get when the deal is completed, according to McLarens and Clear Group.
RSA is aiming to strike up new trading relationships with twice as many brokers as it did last year in 2023, following steps to improve its level of service and its proposition.
Friday Round Up: Insurance Post wraps up the major insurance deals, launches, investments and strategic moves of the week.
Howden has bought Reich Insurance Group, for an undisclosed sum, in a “significant step” to increase its footprint across north west England.
Dame Inga Beale has said radical thinking is needed to change insurance, encouraging insurtechs to continue challenging the current way of operating.
Ardonagh UK Commercial MGA CEO Jaime Swindle wants to be clearer regarding strategy moving forward, before looking at growth opportunities in the second half of the year.
Blog: In light of last year’s dry summer, evidence of a surge in subsidence damage to UK properties emerged when insurer LV reported a 205% rise in cases between June and July this year alone. Mark Curtis, associate director at Brawdia considers the…
News Editor's View: Scott McGee warns insurers and brokers that the ‘huge scandal’ of leaseholder insurance fees could be coming back to haunt them.
Insurers who think they've already met the Financial Conduct Authority’s Consumer Duty requirements shouldn't be "resting on their laurels", DAC Beachcroft has warned.
Michael Lawrence, distribution and underwriting director at LV Broker, says the industry can’t rely on good fortune to maintain customer confidence in the face of the challenges that 2023 will bring.
Cyber insurance provider Coalition says it has outstripped its expectations in its first six months of trading in the UK, attributing this in part to the proliferation of ransomware sublimits in the market.
Morning stretches mean Andrew Corbin, partner and chair of the race and ethnicity network at Gallagher, doesn't break into a sweat during renewal season while also working to make the industry more inclusive.
Consilium's co-CEOs James Baird and Paul Richards say the focus for 2023 is growing speciality areas, and to deliver £1bn in gross written premium by 2026.
Phil Barton, CEO of Partners&, argues that a tumultuous world has put paid to a transactional approach to insurance and says larger brokers need to put clients before shareholders.
The activities you post plus the chatter among insurers on Linked In is increasingly playing a role in attracting talent to the insurance industry, according to Verlingue UK, Allianz Commercial and Claims Consortium Group.
Analysis: Pamela Kokoszka examines how commercial insurers are adapting their approaches to address underinsurance that could prove a fatal blow to businesses in the current economic climate.