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.
James Nicholson, chief claims officer of Zurich UK, shares how the provider plans to do more retail and mid-market business and how it uses artificial intelligence to handle claims.
Last year, Lloyd’s commissioned Franklyn Rodgers to create six portraits of diverse role models and over the coming weeks we will feature them all with today’s spotlight on the ambassador of the Lloyd’s Football Club and CEO of Blue Mountain Capacity…
John White, broking manager of Momentum Broker Solutions, wants to go to the World Cup Final, travel back in time to the 1980s, and shares his love of cheese.
Tim Rogers, client director of Konsileo, coaches Droitwich’s footballers, sorting out the club’s insurance, acts as a taxi for his teenaged son and helps his 86-year-old mother head off on holiday.
Last year, Lloyd’s commissioned Franklyn Rodgers to create six portraits of diverse role models and over the coming weeks we will feature them all with today’s spotlight on Beazley chief risk officer Rob Anarfi.
As Colin Fitzgerald, distribution director of group protection at Legal & General, replaces Howden’s senior risk consultant Paul White as the new chair of Grid, he shares his plans to encourage insurance brokers to see how group protection helps manage…
Shaun Geils, global head of insurance at services group IQ-EQ, on the opportunity to reskill the sector and how lifting out and absorbing teams means firms can retain access to their existing crop of talent.
Mark McDonald, personal lines insurance director of Altus Consulting, tries to persuade a five-year-old to wear a coat, uses his commute to catch-up on podcasts and prepares to launch a broader claims consulting proposition.
Last year, Lloyd’s commissioned Franklyn Rodgers to create six portraits of diverse role models, which were displayed in its historic Old Library to celebrate the progress made in creating an inclusive cultural marketplace. Over the coming weeks we will…
Hot on the heels of Chartered Insurance Institute CEO Alan Vallance’s exit at the end of last year, the organisation’s executive director of membership and engagement is leaving.
Tan Soon Keat, a senior surveyor who heads up the Singapore office of McLarens Aviation, reveals ironing is his arch-nemesis, but if he could be a fictional character, he would opt for Iron Man.
Stephen Wilkinson, head of risk management south for Aviva Private Clients, spends his week advising high-net-worth individuals on bespoke insurance, report writing and cheering on his children from the sidelines of a sports pitch.
RSA’s chief of staff, Alina Jipa, shares ways to tackle insurance’s boring image and improve the sector’s career path.
Qlaims Limited has announced the retirement of its founder, industry veteran Malcolm Harvey.
Simon Powell, head of travel claims at Allianz Partners UK and Ireland, uses artificial intelligence and plans to have around 33% of the travel insurance market in 2024.
Editor’s View: As soon as Legal Services Board CEO Matthew Hill, pictured, was named the Chartered Insurance Institute’s third CEO in as many three years, insurers contacted Emma Ann Hughes to share what they think should be at the top of his in-tray.
Richard Milner is leaving Aspen to head Chaucer Group, with Sarah Stanford announced as his interim replacement.
Emily Walters, SME account handler at ProAktive Insurance, which is part of the Clear Group, would love a six-pack of Quavers, and doesn't sweat the small stuff, but would rather not touch a bin.
The Chartered Insurance Institute has hired Matthew Hill, currently CEO of the Legal Services Board, as the group’s third CEO in as many years.
Lisa Usman, adjuster and conservation specialist at McLarens, helps a museum hit by a storm, tackles broken glass, tries to save soaked photographs and meets with restorers.