View from the Top: Brent Kruger, chief information officer at Gallagher, is currently a mentee on a reverse mentoring programme and shares his thoughts on how these initiatives can play an important role in building a more inclusive culture.
Friday Round-Up: Insurance Post wraps up the major insurance deals, launches, investments and strategic moves of the week.
View from the top: Ronan Foley, CEO of Gallagher in Ireland, explains why post-acquisition integration can be make or break for brokers.
As sister title Insurance Age takes over the Birmingham NEC for Broker Expo and the Broker Awards, Insurance Post looks at the challenges and opportunities facing the city’s insurance sector.
Animal Friends, Arch Capital Group, Ardonagh Group, and Gallagher achieved MGA/MGU revenues between £60m and £80m from UK-based non-life risks in 2022.
The performance of Gallagher’s Pen Underwriting business, which includes Manchester Underwriting Management and RMP, plus Vasek Insurance earned the group a place on Insurance Post's Top 75 MGAs 2023 list.
Liability insurers must take of the rising tide of climate litigation, which could present a massive – albeit uncertain – exposure to multiple portfolios, Gallagher Re has warned.
Participants in the quickly growing cyber insurance market are pushing for commonly held definitions of catastrophic or systemic events.
On a quarterly basis funding for insurtechs appears “quite volatile” but trends developing are in line with longer-term sustainability, a Gallagher Re report says.
Gallagher received a four-star rating from staff surveyed for this year’s Best Insurance Employers list, with employees praising the business for having “the feel of a family firm.”
As periods of financial distress can often lead to increased instances of non-performance of contract obligations, Edmund Tirbutt examines whether litigation liability insurance could be set for a boom.
After 45 years in insurance – seven of those at the helm of PIB – Brendan McManus has no plans to stop anytime soon.
Michelle Bree, chief operating officer at Gallagher, says the Consumer Duty presents a unique opportunity for the industry to get closer to customers and build trust.
As leader of Aston Lark and executive chairman of Howden, Peter Blanc isn’t afraid of sticking his head above the parapet and pointing out the problems the industry is facing and suggesting solutions.
David Ross, chief executive of The Ardonagh Group, is proof you don’t have to be able to use 280-characters and subject yourself to Twitter abuse to make an impact in 2023.
Friday Round Up: Insurance Post wraps up the major insurance deals, launches, investments and strategic moves of the week.
Holly Dawson, a trainee account handler in Gallagher’s West Malling office in Kent office, studies for exams, gets to grips with a new area of the business, deals with January renewals and trains for a 10K run.
Analysis: Harry Curtis explores the challenges facing the renewables insurance market and why smaller wind turbines installed over a decade ago are giving providers cause for concern.
Analysis: David Worsfold examines how the Russia and Ukraine war has presented marine insurers with several tricky challenges, including insuring ships in the safe-grain corridor, and keeping abreast of the constantly changing sanctions regimes.
Campaigners Insure Our Future have written to the CEOs of Aon, Gallagher, Marsh and Willis Towers Watson asking them to refuse to broker insurance for the East African Crude Oil Pipeline.