Brokers in pay row.

Five brokers worked for Cantor Fitzgerald International on its Belgian government securities desk. ...

The Max factor.

During his first year as Lloyd's chairman, Max Taylor has helped rejuvenate the market to the extent that companies are now fighting to get into Lime Street to do business. Yet Jonathan Guy finds Mr Taylor is not resting on his laurels.

A finger on the pulse.

Fraudulent claims are an ever present threat for life companies. Keith Sankey looks at efforts to stay ahead of the game.

Looking to the long term.

The UK's Royal Commission on long-term care will report later this month. Tracy Hall and Peter Barnett look at what it might say.

Stakeholder depends on compulsion.

The government's stakeholder pensions scheme was discussed at length at last week's Life Insurance Association's Industry Leaders' Meeting in London. Francis Higney was there to hear both sides of this controversial story.

Virtually challenging.

Post Magazine and Winchester White surveyed UK insurers' attitudes to outsourcing and the move towar...

PYV opts for St Paul.

Professional indemnity cover specialists PYV has appointed St Paul International as its preferred ch...

Not so grim up north.

We think of London being paved with gold as far as salaries are concerned, but a Post Magazine survey has found wages booming in the north. Anthony Gould reports.

The word from Speke.

The government is stepping up its campaign to extend the reach of financial services to less well-of...

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