Insure the Box founder and CEO Mike Brockman talks to Post about the firm's acquisition by Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance Europe and adapting to a changing market
Against the backdrop of legal action and a fraud investigation, Jonathan Swift finds out how Indro Mukerjee is burying the Quindell past and focusing on the future.
Incoming Airmic chair Clive Clarke talks to Burhan Khadbai about his journey to the role and the key issues facing the risk management and insurance communities
Incoming Airmic chair Clive Clarke talks about his journey to the role and what the key strategic objectives of the association are.
After consolidating a number of acquisitions, Paul Tasker, Tasker Insurance Group CEO, tells Peta Fuller what is next for the group
Towergate CEO David Ross talks to Stephanie Denton about how he intends to make his employer the broker rivals love to hate again.
It’s an era of big data and automated systems for insurers but in the fight against fraud, the human touch is helping catch scams and confront fraudsters
QBE European Operations CEO Richard Pryce talks about maintaining underwriting discipline in light of a heavily criticised sales email and contingency planning ahead of the EU referendum this summer
The first flush of success has passed and so the pressure is on for LV’s new managing director of broking as the insurer moves on to its next phase of development.
Covéa Insurance CEO James Reader updates Post on progress following the recent acquisition of Sterling, as well as the firm’s plans for the future
Post caught up with a quartet of previous winners of the Rising Star at the Claims Awards to see what winning the trophy meant to them, how their careers have progressed since, how they think claims is viewed by the wider insurance fraternity and what…
Andrew Tjaardstra talks to Mark Walker six months into his role as QBE Hong Kong CEO at the Australian headquartered insurer's Quarry Bay office.
Many of the UK’s major general insurance companies are suffering because their boards have turned the businesses into pseudo-banks, and manage them accordingly to pacify the authorities.
Rather than taking a rigid approach, Lockton believes opportunity drives strategy. New man at the top, Neil Nimmo, explains how he plans to harness this
Young broking boss James Woollam, MD of Hayes Parsons, discusses the lack of advice available for fledgling directors as he sets his sights on turning the Bristol-based company into a £40m GWP firm via organic growth and acquisition.
Despite some setbacks, the Slater and Gordon management team remain committed to an international business plan rooted in consolidation and cooperation.
Three of Aviva’s commercial lines management team tell Post their plans for building on a business that is already in good shape.
From the East Coast of America to East Sussex, Richard Hoskins explains what brought him back to his old stomping ground in Bexhill and why he has high hopes for the recently floated Hastings Group Holdings.
Direct Line Group CEO Paul Geddes updates Post on progress at the business in the three years since its initial public offering and outlines plans for the future
High-profile reviews impacting the legal sector and the ongoing fight against fraud promise to keep incoming Forum of Insurance Lawyers president Duncan Rutter busy during his year in office. Post caught up with him to discuss his plan of action.
Bluefin CEO Robert Organ returned to the broker in April after a two-year stint at parent Axa. He assures Post his remit is not to sell the business.
Heather Wheeler MP has taken over as chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Insurance and Financial Services. She talks to Post about her leadership style and what issues are on the agenda
Brightside has signed a five-year affinity deal to provide a home insurance offering for Sun Life customers.
Recently elected Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters president Benedict Burke tells Post what he hopes to achieve in his year at the helm of the organisation.