Adam Powell, co-founder and chief operating officer of Policy Expert, catches up with Insurance Post to talk about what it takes to develop an insurtech, its tech team expansion, and diversification issues in the market
The British Insurance Brokers’ Association has withdrawn its membership of the Confederation of British Industry, following reports of sexual misconduct by senior members of staff.
Joe Sultana talks to Insurance Post about his new role as IS2’s commercial director, and the strategies he will implement to accelerate growth to meet the company’s four-year plan.
Central Bank Ireland issued prohibition notice to Martin Ryan, former chief actuary at RSA Insurance Ireland.
After reporting a loss of £145m for 2022, Covéa Insurance UK is currently undergoing a company restructure, entering a consultation process with employees, Insurance Post can reveal.
Friday Round-Up: Ahead of Good Friday and the Easter Bank Holiday, Insurance Post wraps up the major insurance deals, launches, investments and strategic moves of the week.
View from the top: Ryan Birbeck, regional brokers director for UK&I GI at Aviva, addresses the fears brokers have about staff retention and lack of experienced staff.
The shortlist of the 29th British Insurance Awards, which will take place at the Royal Albert Hall on 5 July, is announced today.
Esure chief executive David McMillan revealed the provider will press ahead with the £140.6m digital transformation programme despite posting a £29.1m loss for 2022.
David Ross has stepped down as executive director of Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters.
Penny casts her eye over the Hot Topics of the month and digs into the charity endeavours by insurers in The Good Stuff
Italian-founded insurtech Prima launched internationally with a goal to achieve more than two-thirds of its total premiums solely from the UK market.
Emma Higgins, chief people officer at QBE International, argues that updating employment offerings in line with ideas from employees is the answer to the Great Resignation.
The Group for Autism, Insurance, Investment and Neurodiversity has launched a campaign to push the way the insurance industry operates to better enable and equip neurodivergent employees.
Lloyd’s has appointed Bob James, previously market transformation director, as chief operating officer.
Adam Winslow, Aviva GI CEO for UK and Ireland, says diversification helped the firm weather a drop in personal lines motor business, and shares Aviva’s approach to pricing and building out the HNW book.
Data analysis: Insurance Post investigates current data on representation, remuneration and recognition of women in the insurance sector.
Lisa Meigh, people director at Covéa Insurance, argues that changes to the student loan system and high living costs could lead to a tipping point in attitudes towards apprenticeships.
Consilium recently brought in Paul Richards to lead the business as co-CEO alongside James Baird, who was appointed CEO in November. Insurance Post asks them how the two-CEO structure works, and how being colleagues for 23 years helped shape the decision.
Insurers wanting to get the best price for their business need to reassure a buyer that what they see on day one of sales talks is what they will get when the deal is completed, according to McLarens and Clear Group.
Editor's View: With International Women's Day returning on 8 March, Insurance Post editor Emma Ann Hughes says now is the time to stop teaching women facing barriers in their insurance career to jump higher, and smash glass ceilings instead.
Friday Round Up: Insurance Post wraps up the major insurance deals, launches, investments and strategic moves of the week.
Howden has bought Reich Insurance Group, for an undisclosed sum, in a “significant step” to increase its footprint across north west England.
The Motor Insurers’ Bureau has appointed Andrew Wilkinson as chief claims officer.