Axa managing director for commercial intermediary Jon Walker reveals that a change programme and an e-trading review have ensured his first few months in the job have been ‘incredibly busy’
With its focus on heritage buildings and a strategy rooted in ‘doing the right thing’, Ecclesiastical CEO Mark Hews tells Post the firm is quite unlike any other in financial services
Aon UK CEO Dominic Christian tells Post the firm’s move to the UK is a statement of intent, and outlines his targets for growth in the SME arena
HSB Engineering boss Stephanie Watkins gives Post the lowdown on a period of major change for the specialist insurer – including its acquisition by Munich Re – and reveals what she sees as the emerging risks for the sector
Ageas is committed to the UK's motor sector despite its volatility, according to group chief executive Bart de Smet, who adds that the firm is always keen to gain from consolidation elsewhere.
CILA president Mike Jones tells Post how he hopes to shed loss adjusting’s image as the domain of middle-aged white men by enticing more young talent into the industry and increasing its diversity
As senior partner at BLM, Mike Brown is overseeing his firm through a period of incredible change for the legal sector – although some of the changes don’t sit too comfortably with him
Andy Roberts, group chief executive of Innovation Group, told Post reporter Katie Marriner his plans for the business over the next 12 months including making sure it has a growth strategy in each of the territories it operates and its plans to develop…
Despite a brief soujourn in Jamaica, Cunningham Lindsey’s UK chief executive Phil McNeilage has spent the majority of his career with one company. He talks to Post about the changes occuring at Cunningham and the challenges ahead
Andy Roberts, group chief executive of Innovation Group, tells Post about his growth ambitions for the global business
Allianz retail general manager Neil Brettell tells Post of his clear vision for the business – to be a top-five UK player in five years
Andrew Tjaardstra speaks to Mike Ramsay, director and co-founder of Alliance, who is bullish about his broker’s prospects.
Kiln chief executive Charles Franks chats to Post about the transformation into Tokio Marine Kiln, the firm’s new offices and his international outlook
Mark Sands speaks with Cunningham Lindsey UK chief executive Phil McNeilage about key challenges facing the industry and the immediate future for his business.
Katie Marriner speaks with Allianz Retail general manager Neil Brettell about the key issues facing the industry.
Minova Insurance Holdings group chief executive Dane Douetil tells Post his ambitions for the company – including doubling its size in the next five years.
After 10 months in his role as Minova Insurance Holdings group chief executive Dane Douetil spoke with Post reporter Katie Marriner about the challenges facing the business and his experiences at the company so far.
Andrew Tjaardstra talks to Dylan Bryant, who has been tasked with heading up the Lloyd's representative office in Hong Kong.
Bupa posted a 7% increase in revenues to £4.8bn in the first half of 2014 (16% at constant exchange rates), as it continued to integrate major acquisitions made in the previous year.
HDI Gerling’s chairman Christian Hinsch and UK managing director Richard Taylor tell Post their firm is entering a new phase in its evolution – and reveal what they’ve learnt from the German World Cup-winning football team
The Chartered Insurance Institute’s new president, Ashwin Mistry, tells Callum Brodie why unity is top of his agenda, in a shift of emphasis at the body
Just hours after being officially named as president of the Chartered Insurance Institute at yesterday’s annual general meeting, Ashwin Mistry caught up with Post news editor Callum Brodie to outline his ‘one voice’ mission statement for his 12 months in…
The shortlist for Post’s Rehabilitation First Awards 2014 has been announced. The awards reward excellence across the market - from employers to insurers, practitioners to claimant solicitors.
Time will tell whether David Smith’s spell as Zurich’s interim UK general insurance CEO becomes permanent but, at a firm where stability is a watchword, Smith explains how his strategy will ensure the division stays on course for growth