Most-read insurance stories in 2023 revealed

2023 forecast

Like Cher, Insurance Post is turning back time to remember the industry Consumer Duty’s efforts, business interruption cases continuing to rumble on, developments at Direct Line, RSA’s personal lines exit, plus the other major insurance events of the year.

Here is our summary of 2023, the top five articles insurers read in each of the past 12 months, plus how we plan to keep you updated on developments in 2024.

January

The headlines that caught your

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Aviva’s Storah has ‘big ambitions’ for HNW

Jason Storah, Aviva’s UK & Ireland general insurance CEO, has revealed his “big ambitions” for the high-net-worth business, and teased a potential entry into pet insurance, as the insurer is “always looking” at expansion opportunities in personal lines.

Q&A: Cameron Shearer, Superscript

Frances Stebbing speaks to Cameron Shearer, CEO of Superscript, about what new entrants in the insurtech space need to do to stay ahead, and how the company’s technology has contributed to driving profitable growth for the year ahead.

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