As I write this the sun is on my back, the windows are open, the first days of spring mean new flowers are poking their heads above the soil, bees are buzzing, and my cat is chasing her tail in the garden.
Post gathers feedback from across the industry on what Aon’s takeover of Willis – to create the biggest broker in the world – will mean for the market
Former Gallagher and Ardonagh chief financial officer Mark Mugge has taken up the group CFO role at motor specialist Right Choice Insurance Brokers.
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There have been three occasions when Sian Fisher, CEO of the Chartered Insurance Institute, went to the office and thought “things will never be the same again”.
While it acknowledged issues with the Information Commissioner's Office's handling of Eldon and Leave EU fines and audit notices, a tribunal has found its actions did not amount to bias, procedural unfairness or unlawfulness.
In this month’s column, David Worsfold, looks at insurers’ reputation as they respond to the coronavirus, at why being flexible is key and what the long-term impacts might be
The deal struck between broking giants Aon and Willis Towers Watson to combine to form the world’s largest insurance broker is unlikely to be jeopardised by the coronavirus pandemic, a corporate advisory expert has told Post.
The Ardonagh Group reported a loss after tax of £74m and an increase in Ebitda to £115.3m for the year ended 31 December 2019, up from £29.7m in 2018.
Gefion Insurance has said it will appeal after the Danish Financial Supervisory Authority rejected its recovery plan and ordered the company to stop writing business.
The Association of Medical Insurers and Intermediaries has called on all firms to come together to tackle the Covid-19 crisis after the announcement by the government that the private sector is making almost its entire capacity available to the NHS.
Insurers and others who had planned to exhibit at the British Insurance Brokers’ Association’s annual conference have welcomed its cancellation and pledged to return next year.
The AA and Sabre Insurance Group have both delayed the publication of their preliminary financial results after a request from the Financial Conduct Authority to all UK listed companies last week.
Analysis: What are insurtechs doing in the face of the coronavirus pandemic – Part Three: International start-ups?
In light of the coronavirus pandemic, Post content director Jonathan Swift caught up with a number of insurtechs to find out what they are doing to reduce staff and client’s exposure to Covid-19, while keeping operations as business-as-usual as possible…
The Association of British Insurers and the British Insurance Brokers’ Association have both welcomed the steps outlined by the Financial Conduct Authority to help identify key workers in financial services.
The British Insurance Brokers’ Association has cancelled its 2020 conference and exhibition, scheduled to take place in Manchester between 13 and 14 May, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Private equity backer Dunedin has exited Kingsbridge following its sale to Pennsylvania-based NSM Insurance.
Analysis: What are insurtechs doing in the face of the coronavirus pandemic – Part One: UK-based start-ups
In light of the Coronavirus pandemic, Post content director Jonathan Swift caught up with a number of insurtechs to find out what they are doing to reduce staff and clients' exposure to Covid-19, while keeping operations as business-as-usual as possible…
Richard Dudley, CEO of Aon’s UK Global Broking Centre, has succeeded Roy White of Marsh as chair of the London and International Insurance Brokers’ Association.
Pukka will not be taking a stand at Biba 2020 or hosting its traditional party at the event but the decision was taken before the onset of the Covid-19 crisis, CEO Sam White told Post.
Businesses’ insurance programmes are most likely to respond to disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic through non-damage extensions but only after a difficult claims process, Marsh UK practice leaders have said.
Equipsme, Zego and Qlaims have all offered free services to help business and individuals during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
What a week. The coronavirus may be an invisible threat, but its fallout – both within and beyond the insurance industry – is hard to miss.
Former Gallagher, Bluefin and Stuart Alexander boss Stuart Reid has been appointed chairman of sharing economy insurance specialist Pikl.