Mike Keating, CEO of the Managing General Agents Association, says that despite external challenges, MGAs continue to demonstrate their value to their insurer and broker partners.
A man has been jailed for life for killing a young insurance broker he mistakenly blamed for losing his life savings.
Caroline Dunn, chief underwriting officer of Zurich UK, learns from customer complaints, is humbled by LGBTQ+ colleagues sharing their experiences and unites with brokers to push for regulatory consistency.
Blog: Shreyas Vasanthkumar, managing director EMEA at Duck Creek Technologies, discusses why modern producer relationship management systems are the key to delivering positive customer outcomes.
After an FCA investigation and a tribunal ruling, the Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities, Michael Gove has outlined plans to ban managing agents and freeholders from taking commissions when taking out buildings insurance.
Chris Gillighan, the managing director of Somerset Bridge’s managing general agent and Southern Rock’s in-house insurer, is understood to have left both businesses.
Michael Lawrence, distribution and underwriting director of LV Broker, tends to his chickens plus a clash with a deer sees him put the insurer’s windscreen repair service to the test.
Insurance Post’s Best Insurance Employer research returns in 2023 seeking the views of staff in broking, managing general agent and insurer firms to find out which organisations really go the extra mile for their people.
The British Insurance Brokers’ Association has laid out increasing take-up of cyber insurance and reducing the cost regulation as top priorities for 2023.
Steve White, CEO of the British Insurance Brokers' Association, explains why brokers should listen to the Dalai Lama and be clear with customers about what "bang they are getting for their buck."
Cardiff City Football Club released a statement rejecting allegations it tried to insure Emiliano Sala for £20m after the striker’s death.
Insurers must balance digital automation and human judgement if they are to effectively underwrite complex SME risks in the e-trading world, writes Helen Bryant, director of digital trading at Allianz Commercial.
Friday Round Up: Insurance Post wraps up the major insurance deals, launches, investments and strategic moves of the week.
In a tribunal ruling last month, it was judged that secret insurance commissions amounting to a total of £1,638,710, including Insurance Premium Tax, were not reasonably incurred.
Following its success in being crowned Broker Partner of the Year at the British Insurance Awards content director Jonathan Swift caught up with Arch Insurance senior vice president strategy and distribution Mike Bottle at the end of 2022.
The board of British Insurance Brokers’ Association has extended Jonathan Evans’ tenure as chair of the association for a further three years.
Editor's View: Some insurers will have been pleased to see financial planners put in their place by the actions of the Chartered Insurance Institute Group’s board just before Christmas.
View from the Top: Peter Thompson, CEO of BGL Insurance on why the perfect insurance customer experience doesn't exist
Peter Thompson, CEO of BGL Insurance, says the way insurers support customers during the cost-of-living crisis will separate the wheat from the chaff in the industry.
A court has heard that an insurance broker flashed two women in a bizarre attempt to be "humiliated" and "punished" over his firm's financial troubles.
Insurance merger and acquisition deal activity slowed significantly in 2022, hitting the lowest volume since 2019, according to an S&P Global Market Intelligence analysis.
To help you prepare for the challenges and opportunities of the next 12 months, Insurance Post spoke to insurance analysts and regulatory experts to uncover four things you need to know about what 2023 holds in store for the industry.
The most-read Post stories of 2022 show what captured the insurance industry's attention as pandemic restrictions were lifted, inflation soared, many sectors went out on strike for improved pay and cyber-crime continued to escalate.
Senior insurance broker figures look back on 2022 and reflect on what 2023 might bring.
Ryan Birbeck, distribution director of regional brokers at Aviva, said the firm is aiming to continue its trajectory after three years of "double digit" growth, and has pinpointed cyber as a "significant" opportunity.