Allianz has restructured its UK business, creating distinct personal lines and commercial lines divisions led by Steve Treloar and Simon McGinn respectively.
Beazley has appointed Troy Dehmann as chief operating officer with immediate effect replacing Ian Fantozzi.
Eight insurers and reinsurers have established a United Nations-convened Net Zero Insurance Alliance as founding members, committing to transition their insurance and reinsurance underwriting portfolios to net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
The European Commission has approved Aon’s $30m (£22m) takeover of Willis Towers Watson, on the condition that parts of WTW’s business are divested.
FM Global has appointed executive vice-president Malcolm Roberts as president and elected him to the company’s board of directors as of 1 August ahead of succeeding Thomas Lawson as CEO from 1 January 2022.
Zurich Insurance has joined the panel of Global Risk Partners-owned network Hedron, Post can reveal.
A second independence referendum raised its head again in the recent elections for the Scottish Parliament, Post investigates what this would mean for the UK insurance sector
View from the Top video: Ageas CEO Ant Middle on how the pandemic has underlined the importance of relationships to business
In this exclusive interview recorded as part of the Insurance Post Live Annual Conference 2021, Ageas CEO Ant Middle shares his thoughts on how the pandemic and lockdown has reinforced the importance of personal relationships.
Post wraps up the major insurance deals, launches, investments and strategic moves of the week.
The Chartered Insurance Institute has revealed that it will begin a membership consultation programme in September to be completed by the end of the year with the key findings to be published in the first quarter of 2022 followed by the professional body…
Seven members of the PFS Solo campaign group have written to Sian Fisher, CEO of the Chartered Insurance Institute, calling for the voting details of the annual general meeting to be released this week.
Stuart Forsyth describes 'hellish experience' as Upper Tribunal overturns fine and ban by ruling against FCA and PRA
Stuart Forsyth, the former CEO of Scottish Boatowners Mutual Insurance, has called on regulators to “learn from the errors they made in my case and work to restore the faith of regulated professionals” as the Upper Tribunal overturned his fine and ban.
ABI Climate Change Summit: Past point of stepping away from climate change responsibilities says Direct Line's James
With “trillions in assets”, “billions spent” on supply chain and “millions of customers”, Direct Line CEO Penny James urges the insurance industry is past the point where anyone can step away from their responsibilities in relation to climate change.
Pool Re has launched an advisory group to develop recommendations for how the insurance sector can work together with the wider private sector and public sector to guard against systemic risks such as climate change and cyberterrorism.
The Association of British Insurers has set out an ambitious Climate Change Roadmap that could see the UK’s insurance industry contribute one-third of the investment needed to meet the UK’s Net Zero target.
Member of Scottish Parliament and the cabinet secretary for finance and the economy Kate Forbes has urged insurers to grab the “once in a generation opportunity” of Cop 26 later this year and put the transition to net-zero at the heart of “everything…
City of London has picked Nick Lyons, chair of Phoenix, as next Lord Mayor of London with effect from November 2022.
MV Ever Given, which blocked the Suez Canal for a week in March, is due to leave today after a deal was struck between the UK P&I Club and the canal authorities.
Insurance Post TV ESG special: Do customers care about how sustainable their insurer is? Featuring Allianz, Parhelion and We Are Guernsey
Today Insurance Post reveals the latest episode of its ‘magazine-style’ television show, which aims to get under the skin of some of the best read stories and articles that have appeared in print or online recently.
Andrew Morrish has left Aviva after more than 13 years with the business, most recently as claims director, with Dave Lovely’s role extending to cover UK.
The government is prepared to explore an insurance scheme for live entertainment in the event of a market failure, the secretary of state for digital, culture, media and sport Oliver Dowden has said.
Stuart Reid, chair of Partners&, urges insurers to look for brokers that espouse the right values in their service to clients when considering which firms to support rather than being addicted to market share.
The co-CEO of the self-proclaimed ‘world’s first sustainable insurer’ has admitted that he regards Parhelion as a “pathfinder” for the industry and hopes others will follow it into fully committing to the environmental, social and governance space…
In this exclusive interview recorded as part of the Insurance Post Live Annual Conference 2021 Association of British Insurers director general Huw Evans talks about rebounding and rebuilding as he shares the trade body’s vision of UK Insurance.