A year into her role as CII CEO, Sian Fisher speaks to Martin Croucher about tackling discrimination and her plans for the body
When the referendum result came in on 24 June last year, there was a moment of disbelief in the market. Many business leaders were forced to re-examine what exposures they faced and what steps they needed to take next.
Post interviews Colin Fagen, former group chief operations officer at QBE, who assumed the role as president of the board of the Insurance Council of Australia at the beginning of January.
Generali is "a sleeping giant" in terms of corporate multinational business and could position itself as a real competitor to the likes of AIG, Allianz and Zurich, says its UK head.
As ransomware attacks are targeting NHS trusts, the cyber exposure of hospitals is coming under scrutiny.
Nine months into the job, Cunningham Lindsey’s newly appointed CEO of UK and International, talks about a career spent on the move, and the need to keep your head above water in those sink or swim moments.
As Crawford ‘outperforms expectations’ in terms of growth, Michèle Bacchus speaks with CEO and president Harsha Agadi about his plans for the company
Giving an established broker like Cooper Gay an edgy rebrand would be a risky choice for even the most self-assured CEO, but for new CEO Steve Hearn, a man whose hobbies include running marathons across Antarctica, such tasks are a walk in the park.
Peter Blanc is in his element. As a self-professed ‘trading man', he was chafing at the bit when located behind a desk at Arthur J Gallagher.
Five female insurance entrepreneurs give Jonathan Swift the lowdown on the start-up sector
Julie Thomas, diversity, inclusion & wellbeing manager at Zurich, tells Post how the insurance industry can welcome and nurture talents from all walks of life.
Thomas Carroll chairman John Moore was elected the 120th president of the Chartered Insurance Institute in July at the organisation’s annual general meeting.
The Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters has been racking up a few firsts when it comes to naming its president in recent years, highlighting the changes the body is undergoing.
The Association of British Insurer's director of general insurance James Dalton talks to Post about why the ABI's motor conference is a must attend for anyone in the industry.
It has been three years since Graham Smart took over the role of McLarens Europe MD from Trevor Latimer. He reflects on the challenges the market has faced and what growth opportunities remain.
As director of safety and assurance at the LFB, Dany Cotton talks to Stephanie Denton about diversity, technological advances and what insurers can do to help prevent fire loss
As a risk manager, Valeria Calvo's worst nightmare would be a broker not working in her best interest. But she could probably spot such bias: she's worked as a broker - and as an underwriter - before buying insurance for the London Stock Exchange.
Lloyd’s of London CEO Inga Beale sits down with Jonathan Swift to talk about Brexit, diversity and the need to modernise the market
Steve Treloar, the newly appointed managing director of LV's general insurance business, has been in his job for less than three months, but has already met 3000 staff.
As member of the Allianz SE board of management, responsible for global insurance lines, Anglo markets and Russia, Axel Theis is a busy man. Post caught a few moments during a brief trip to London to find out what's in store for this global company.
One of the challenges that James Gerry, the recently elected chair of the Managing General Agents' Association, consistently encounters is over what exactly an MGA is.
Mark Weil, Marsh UK and Ireland CEO, talks to Stephanie Denton about his busy tenure, integrating acquisitions and what comes next
Insurance CEO Andrew McMellin speaks about the integration of XL and Catlin and what objectives lie ahead for the firm this year and beyond
Andrew Tjaardstra met with Amelie Breitburd, chief financial officer of Axa Asia at the insurer's Asia headquarters in Quarry Bay on Hong Kong Island.