Ageas was praised by long-serving members of staff, earning the provider a five-star ranking in this year’s Insurance Post Best Insurance Employer list.
HSB was rated five stars in this year’s Insurance Post Best Insurance Employer list, and is stepping up diversity and inclusion work to climb to the top of future rankings.
The Best Large Insurance Employer in 2023 is Aioi Nissay Dowa, according to Insurance Post’s poll of 4,000 employees working at all levels of the industry.
The Plan Group achieved five stars in this year’s Insurance Post Best Employers 2023 list because staff love being part of a business that turns customer input into innovation.
NBS Underwriting was the second highest-rated small employer in Insurance Post’s Best Insurance Employers 2023 list.
This year’s Best Small Insurance Employer is Konsileo. The company also won that accolade in 2022, and was praised by employees surveyed by Insurance Post in 2023 for treating them like “trusted adults".
CFC was voted a five-star employer in this year’s Insurance Post survey of what thousands of individuals working in the industry think about where they work.
Bikmo was voted a five-star employer in this year’s Insurance Post survey of what thousands of individuals working in the industry think about where they work.
Insurance Post surveyed thousands of employees across the insurance sector and QBE was voted a five-star employer and the third best overall in the large insurer category in 2023.
Aviva has announced a raft of changes to the structure of its commercial lines and distribution leadership teams, including four new hires.
This year’s British Insurance Awards achievement winner Amanda Blanc has been described as an "outstanding strategy executor," "principled," and "the best boss I ever had," by those who know her best.
Covéa Insurance’s commercial lines director Carrolyn Callan has announced that she has left the company with immediate effect, Insurance Post can reveal.
Aviva’s Blanc asked three things of the industry in the fight against climate change and said it remains the “most important issue” we face regardless of recent events.
Rodney Bonnard, head of insurance for EY, chats to Scott McGee about his 30 years in insurance, the “profitability crisis” within personal lines, and how insurers need to be redefined for the future of insurance.
The Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters has appointed former Chartered Insurance Institute chief operating officer John Bissell as its next executive director.
The Federation of European Risk Management Associations has elected Charlotte Hedemark, a risk management expert at German software company SPA, as its next president.
Connection between the insurance industry’s leaders and the wider workforce is essential if this sector is to thrive given how most of us work post-pandemic.
Terry Wellard, the longest-serving chairman of the LIBC Motor Executive Committee, has died aged 82.
Nick Giddings, director of brokers and MGAs for Open GI, tells Insurance Post which "loveable rogue" he would like to be for a day, and how he has a slight obsession with the 1990s Manchester music scene.
As the cost-of-living crisis continues to leave people feeling the pinch, The Insurance Charities is asking for help so it can reach those in need.
Covéa Insurance has selected Georges de Macedo as chief executive and Chris Moat as chairman of its board of directors.
Editor’s View: It is approaching six months since Penny James, Direct Line Group’s CEO “stepped down” from the role, but who could be in line to take over?
Denis Kessler, chairman of Scor and former chief executive, has died aged 71.
Despite the insurance industry making progress towards closing gender pay gaps, it continues to have the highest mean hourly pay gaps in 2023.