Hiscox has appointed former Aviva distribution boss Gareth Hemming as its UK chief distribution officer.
Ant Gould, director of Full Circle Communications, ghost-writes, pens press releases, reviews award entries and even puts on his tie to moderate an industry conference.
Motivational speaking to teenagers, preparing the industry for the cultural change required by the Consumer Duty, plus cricket chatter makes for an action-packed working week for Elliot Lane, joint managing director of FWD Consulting.
Tara Foley, retail CEO and incoming UK and Ireland CEO at Axa, says that insurers will struggle to evolve their services without the right talent.
Paul McCarthy, partner and head of costs at solicitors HF, shares his hopes to be the caped crusader and how he blamed a squirrel for a crime the furry creature did not commit.
Before stepping down as CEO of the International Cooperative and Mutual Insurance Federation, Shaun Tarbuck plans to stop insurers simply talking all all ‘blah blah’ and PR, and get them actually tackling climate change.
Tara Foley will take over as CEO of Axa UK & Ireland on 1 September after almost three years as CEO of Axa UK Retail Insurance.
Magdalena Luchia Puig, partner – property at McGill and Partners, would tell her younger self to "never say never" and would like to be more patient.
Allianz Personal has appointed James Hillon as director of pricing for personal lines, replacing the retiring Hugh Kenyon.
The CII Group has finally flooded the board of the Personal Finance Society, more than six months after it threatened to do so just before Christmas.
In his first big interview since being appointed director of general insurance policy at the Association of British Insurers, Mervyn Skeet speaks to Scott McGee about the reinsurance scheme for high-risk buildings and closing expectation and protection…
Firms have been urged to collect diversity data on a voluntary basis to be able to make “positive action steps” towards change.
Arch bosses showing “genuine interest in employee wellbeing” helped the business achieve a four-star rating in this year’s Insurance Post Best Insurance Employer list.
Allianz was rated a five-star place to work in this year’s Insurance Post Best Insurance Employer list, thanks to the provider’s returners programme, trans policy and race at work training.
Each year, Insurance Post asks thousands of employees working across the insurance sector to rate their employer.
Konsileo and Aioi Nissay Dowa Europe have been named as the greatest SME and large places to work, respectively, in this year's Insurance Post Best Insurance Employers Survey.
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.”
Zurich has once again been rated a five-star place to work in this year’s Insurance Post Best Insurance Employers list.
So-Sure appears on the Insurance Post Best Insurance Employer list for the first time after achieving a four-star rating.
Eco-friendly initiatives within the business has helped Beazley achieve a three-star rating in this year’s Insurance Post Best Insurance Employers list.
Axa achieved a five-star rating in this year’s Best Insurance Employer list thanks to eight out of 10 employees feel a sense of inclusion and belonging.
Domestic & General managed to achieve a four-star rating in this year’s Insurance Post Best Insurance Employer list thanks to the company’s purpose to “save the planet one repair at a time".
Flood Re may be small, but the mighty feeling staff get from making a difference to people who live at risk of flooding is why it was rated five stars in this year’s Insurance Post Best Insurance Employers list.
RSA was praised by employees, earning the insurance giant a three-star rating in this year’s Insurance Post Best Insurance Employer list.