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.
Although environmental, social, and governance issues have been mentioned as far back as 2006 by the United Nations with other sectors seeing it incorporated into their financial evaluations, insurance is only recently picking up the buzzword. Post…
Insurtech Intelligent AI has appointed Neil Strickland, former customer experience director at RSA, as chief commercial officer.
Google’s decision to only allow regulated firms to place financial services adverts targeting UK consumers has received a measured response from the Financial Conduct Authority, while a law firm has warned the devil will be in the detail.
Aviva achieved the best environmental, social and governance sentiment in the first quarter of 2021, according to a new benchmark from business intelligence firm Alva.
Climate Wise outlines priorities; WTW claims Lloyd's digital first with Ki; AIG publishes ESG report; Freedom secures funding
Post wraps up the major insurance deals, launches, investments and strategic moves of the week.
MS Amlin Underwriting has recruited James Maxwell as interim chief risk officer to replace Vishal Desai who is leaving the company for personal reasons.
Dominic Samengo-Turner has been appointed CEO of Marsh specialty UK and Ireland replacing Paul Moody who is moving to become UK CEO of Guy Carpenter.
The Chartered Insurance Institute opted not to put two motions to members at its annual general meeting yesterday that called for a halt to the implementation of the 2016 strategic manifesto and for a vote of no confidence in CEO Sian Fisher.
A Bill that aims to remove the effects of the European Court of Justice’s controversial Vnuk ruling from British law has been introduced to parliament.
Covéa is reportedly mulling a third attempt in four years to buy a reinsurer as it eyes Axa XL Re, with experts noting the insurer would look 'pretty hapless' if it failed to get another deal over the line.
Richard Coleman, UK managing director at Ecclesiastical Insurance, details the opportunities and challenges for brokers in becoming trusted, specialist advisers.
Ardonagh is looking to launch a reinsurance broker in the second half of the year following its purchase of BGC's insurance business.
The Chartered Insurance Institute has received a request for motions to be tabled at its annual general meeting that call for the body’s strategic manifesto to be suspended and audited and for the suspension of CEO Sian Fisher.
The Prince of Wales' climate insurance taskforce launch will not put a stop to protesters taking to Lloyd's to demand a swift end to fossil fuel cover, activist groups have told Post.
A smooth transition is expected as the Government Trade Credit Reinsurance Scheme draws to a close at the end of June, writes Stuart Ramsden, Atradius regional director UK & Ireland.
The death of insurasaurus? Why complacent and out of touch insurers must overhaul their business, and their image, to survive
Like other corporate dinosaurs, many insurers face extinction if they don’t become less reliant on old ways of doing things and robust barriers to entry.
Aventum CEO David Bearman explains the growth of the broking and underwriting firm to Emmanuel Kenning, tracing its route from a start up focused on retail UK SME to a global specialist and niche player that has plans to be a decade defining business.
Adam Winslow, UK & Ireland general insurance CEO at Aviva, has confirmed the insurer’s commitment to brokers as it looks to commercial growth.