GRP’s chief people officer Craig Pocock explains why it’s important for brokers to plan for the new Senior Managers and Certification Regime.
Over the past 40 years business risks have moved from mainly tangible to predominately intangible Sinéad Browne, Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty chief regions and markets officer, urges companies and insurers to tackle this weak spot in risk…
“Extraordinary animals, each in a heroic struggle against rivals and against the forces of nature, fighting for their own survival and for the future of their ‘Dynasties’."
No one knows what Brexit negotiations will yield. However, Chris Wallace, executive director for European markets at QBE, says companies should be prepared for the opportunities the UK leaving the European Union can bring.
Declan Shaw joined Cowens straight from school and has already risen to account executive.
When James Winchester isn't being client director for commercial insurance (South) for Konsileo, he's building up his Scouting skills as assistant district commissioner for Scouts – Poole District.
Paul Greensmith, UK CEO at Axa XL, delves into the art of underwriting cinema and television productions, which contribute so much to the UK economy and world imagination.
The Citizens' Advice super complaint has highlighted that insurers needs to do more to serve existing customers, but James Dalton, director of general insurance policy at the Association of British Insurers believes its important to stress that the…
Insurers need to act now to stay relevant to their customers in future, writes Ageas' CEO Bart De Smet.
Big data has removed the concept of niche insurance, writes Stuart MacIntyre, chief underwriting officer at First Central Group, explaining how policyholders will benefit in the long run.
In a volatile geopolitical landscape, Nicolas Aubert, head of GB, Willis Towers Watson and current president of the Insurance Institute of London, urges the market to take the opportunity to rethink its position and think globally.
Over the past two-and-a-half years, I have written in this column no less than three articles urging insurers to act on the problem of dual pricing.
As insurance is embracing digital technologies, the most crucial skill it will need is empathy, explains Stephen Walker, director of claims, customer and operations at Covéa Insurance.
Crispin Moger, CEO for Marmalade, is a trained Lawn Tennis Association tennis coach
Investors should trust China's efforts to reform its state-owned enterprises but still check progress, writes Håkan Hedström, head of Asian market strategy, investment management, at Zurich.
Insurers need to leverage technology to make insurance simpler and improve its reputation, writes Rob Townend, managing director of Aviva’s UK general insurance business.
Personal lines brokers need to juggle competing requirements to achieve success, writes Brightside CEO Brendan McCafferty, explaining how they can get their basics right.
An insurance apprenticeship caught Max Jones’s eye when he finished his A Levels and hard work since means he has already progressed to claims technician at BHIB Insurance Brokers
Only by using Placing Platform Limited can insurers and brokers make electronic placement work better, argues Anthony Baldwin, CEO of AIG Europe.
Motor insurers must play an active part in the schemes that develop and test autonomous vehicles, despite the many issues that need to be ironed out, writes David Williams, technical director at Axa.
A panel of independent experts needs to be involved in the first review of the discount rate, argues Brett Dixon, president of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers.
Insurers and brokers are trying to pinpoint the risks posed by increasingly complex supply chains, writes Phil Wall, head of risk engineering UK, Ireland, Middle East & Africa at HDI Global, calling for market collaboration to signpost ways forward.
Insurance has progressed on diversity but stigma persists around mental health, writes Ailsa King, chief client officer, Marsh UK & Ireland, calling on the industry to create supportive workplaces.
This weekend, three generations of my family watched the Netflix original film Next Gen - a family version of I, Robot - where robots did anything and everything.