Ageas' Andy Watson's wish list for returning MPs

As goverment returns to business, Andy Watson, CEO of Ageas UK, reminds MPs that there are still three major areas of policy affecting insurance that need to be properly addressed before insurers can begin to control and then reduce customer premiums.

Editor's comment: Feel pride

Throughout the year at sports day, parent-teacher consultations, and music and dance recitals, I say to my son “as long as you try your best” no one can ask any more of you.

Analysis: Back to school 2

In the second part of our Back To School Q&A, insurance big names recollect their most hated topics at school and what kind of work experience they did (find out which CEO swept roads as a summer job). They also share their ideas on how to improve the…

Analysis: Back to school

With school resuming this week in most areas, Post has asked insurers about their classroom memories. Many enjoyed maths and some had quite colourful teachers. Find out what sports the C-suite used to play and what role they see for financial education…

The cost of Hong Kong's typhoons

A typhoon signal 8 warning can cost Hong Kong's economy as much as HK$4.29bn (£427m) each day writes Swiss Re Corporate Solutions head of north Asia and Hong Kong branch manager Dylan Bryant.

UK General's Karen Beales on why MGAs are the 'new black'

Regulators are forcing insurers to make more efficient use of their balance sheets and allocate capital where it can deliver the most effective returns, this allows smaller players in the market the opportunity to fashion insurance packages for special…

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