When not working as client services director for Sedgwick, Chris Leith travels all over the world teaching English.
In this month’s column, David Worsfold looks at insurance past, present and future in light of the pandemic and the recent Black Lives Matter protests.
Aviva’s advice on executive pay and corporate governance and responsibility is bang on the money.
Briefing: EC3's 'Plantation Place' – Insurers back renaming as London’s Square Mile faces up to slavery links
When the Black Lives Matters movement blew up in the UK following the death of George Floyd in Minnesota I wondered how long it would take before the insurance sector came under the spotlight.
Coming from a background of herding sheep in the Falklands and rearing calves in Northern Ireland, Jake Finlay didn’t want to lose his rural ties after university. He now works on agricultural claims in the South East
Reactions to Tuesday’s Financial Conduct Authority business interruption hearing suggest that insurers – or at least their lawyers – may be misreading the room.
It always seems that when brokers want to be able to provide clients with reductions in costs to help see them through challenging times, the underwriters in the market are facing their own harsh realities and are forced to start insisting on rate…
Despite contagious disease experts and high-profile figures warning of the risk of a pandemic for years, the Covid-19 epidemic caught the world unawares, writes Charles Alberts, head of health management at Aon.
The British Damage Management Association is honouring members from the damage management industry who have gone the extra mile for policyholders, clients and their local community during the Covid-19 pandemic, whether that is continuing restoring…
Briefing: Pat Gallagher’s anti-racism pledge – Simon Matson, Vyvienne Wade and the elephant in the room
It's a positive step that the industry says it is taking a stand against racism and discrimination, but one pledge, in particular, feels somewhat hollow given recent events.
Lemonade will seek to raise up to $100m (£78.5m) via an initial public offering, with its prospectus shedding snippets of insight into its past, present and future.
This pandemic is and has been extremely challenging for many people and organisations and, according to Alex Perry, CEO of Bupa Insurance UK, while all of us have had to adapt quickly its mark will be felt for years to come.
Money won’t make you happy or so they say. Despite this it seems there are more idioms about money than almost anything else and for the many insurtechs reaching maturity and especially for those starting off money is a very key factor.
Some insurers have now decided to pay up on business interruption policies, the regulator has said, but just how much of an impact do these 'u-turns' really have on the BI situation and consumer confidence?
Aon UK chief operating officer Nathan Shanaghy and the rest of the leadership team may have been left “humbled” by staff responses to global pay cuts, but that doesn’t mean the broker hasn’t served its workforce up a raw deal.
In this month’s column, David Worsfold looks at the industry’s stumbling response to Covid-19, the investigation fees travel insurers may face and why Brexit needs to move back up the boardroom agenda
The executive director of the Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters, Malcolm Hyde, offers a guided tour of how the association came into being, its ongoing dedication to professional standards and preparing for the challenges of tomorrow.
When not working as a senior management consultant at WCL, Graham Card spends his free time performing with his rock band in a local pub.
Nir Kossovsky, CEO of Steel City Re, pens an open letter to John Neal, CEO of Lloyd's of London, on the reputational crisis facing the insurance industry.
Chris Wallace, executive director for European markets at QBE, shares his experience on working on the Insurance United Against Dementia campaign alongside other IUAD board members are lobbying various groups, volunteering and doing self-isolation…
With nations forced into lockdown, economies struggling and health systems under extreme pressure, the Covid-19 pandemic is one of the biggest challenges any of us has ever faced. But the crisis could also prove to be a much-needed catalyst for action on…
Engineer surveyor at Zurich Insurance and amateur 3D printing enthusiast Andrew Coe explains how he has been dedicating his evenings in lockdown to printing personal protective equipment for his wife, an NHS worker as well as his local university.
In an exclusive blog for Post on the day he was supposed to be giving his keynote speech at the 2020 British Insurance Brokers' Association conference, Biba CEO Steve White shares his thoughts on keeping lines of communication open during the coronavirus…
Covid-19 has sparked plenty of arguments in the motor insurance world, especially on whether customers should pay premiums for vehicles that aren’t going anywhere, let alone creating claims. Carrot's chief marketing officer Andrew Brown-Allan asks what…