Celebrating the company’s 10th anniversary, Malcolm Lee and James Sharp explain how Ten has become successful, how they have avoided being bought and what the next 10 years will bring for the network.
More than doubling your workforce pretty much overnight would cause some people a degree of panic, but not Chris Voller, head of claims for Axa Insurance.
The UK remains the 20th most resilient country in the world in terms of economic, risk and supply chain qualities, according to the latest FM Global Resilience Index.
Index insurance has come of age from its humble beginnings but more knowledge sharing is required if the market is to reach its potential, according to Gilles Galludec, program manager for the World Bank’s Global Insurance Index Facility.
Having worked in the Hong Kong, Asia and global markets for more than two decades, Nova Insurance's Patrick Chan is one of the most knowledgable and well-known brokers in the area, as Andrew Tjaardstra found out when they met at Post HQ.
In the last of Post’s political interviews in the countdown to the General Election, Cathy Jamieson, Labour Shadow Financial Secretary to the Treasury, lays out her party’s aims in government.
When Helen Withers was made redundant, she took the chance to start afresh and, as managing director of Arc Legal, she tells Post how the decision has paid off
Broker Network CEO Andy Fairchild speaks with Post about what 2015 has in store for the network, how the rise of technology has impacted the sector and the challenges facing networks at the moment.
Broker Network’s CEO Andy Fairchild outlines his vision for the year ahead and the three areas he aims to focus on in 2015
A one-company man, Steve Bamforth became CEO of Liverpool-based Griffiths & Armour aged just 38. Now, with a strategy of acquiring teams rather than businesses, he gets a buzz from giving youth a chance
In the third of Post’s political interviews, Liberal Democrat Treasury spokesman Ian Swales speaks out on the importance of the European Union and why the insurance industry must learn to shout
Post speaks to Allianz's Asia-Pacific regional CEO George Sartorel.
Ash Roots has been director of digital at Direct Line Group since joining the insurer from Three UK just over two years ago. Since then, he has built an in-house digital services team and led the successful launches of new apps and consumer websites. He…
Despite companies being reportedly twice as likely to have a directors’ and officers’ claims as a property one, D&O is still proving a hard sell for many brokers, especially in the SME space.
In the countdown to the general election, Post caught up with Matthew Hancock, Minister of State at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, to find out his views on the insurance industry
With the UK Independence Party preparing to swoop for an unprecedented number of seats on 7 May, the party’s spokesman for Financial Services and Immigration Steven Woolfe tells Post what his party would do in power
Co-founders of Acturis Theo Duchen and David McDonald reveal how their recent acquisitions tie into their wider plan for international expansion
With just months to go until Flood Re is expected to be operational, CEO Brendan McCafferty gives Post a run-down of what he and his team need to achieve
Matthias de Ferrieres left Axa last year to set-up Stark Group, a digital start-up insurance firm, based in Singapore. Post asked his aims.
Chairman of UK Spill Stewart Ower plans to use his tenure to ensure any environmental aspect of a claim is one recognised as early as possible, so proactive intervention can help take control of claims costs
Dr Sebastian Herfurth, co-founder and managing director of Friendsurance, discusses the future of peer-to-peer insurance, how the industry is not getting the most out of social media and why meeting customer needs is key to insurers succeeding in the…
Ian Hood, chief digital officer at RSA, discusses the future for the digital landscape, how the insurance industry is adapting to changes in technology and the explosion in the use of social media
Andrew Tjaardstra, Post’s Asia editor, speaks to Stuart Spencer, head of Asia-Pacific, Zurich, about the post he has held for just over a year and Zurich's nation building in the region.
CEO Keith Bushnell has transformed HCML from a loss-making business to a profitable leader in the health and wellbeing market. He explains the firm’s approach to absence management and how to take a proactive approach to sickness in the workplace