Sarah Mallaby, distribution and trading director of Axa Commercial, prepares for the Biba conference, the British Insurance Awards and gets ready to launch new propositions in SME and motor trade.
Penny casts her eye over the Hot Topics of the month and digs into the charity endeavours by insurers in The Good Stuff
Gain, the Group for Autism, Insurance, Investment and Neurodiversity says neurodivergent people are facing “disparity” in the workplace, and will end up falling through the cracks like other groups in the industry.
Steve Collinson, chief human resources officer at Zurich, reveals how roles are evolving, insists more remote working isn't creating a skills gap and explores why it is tricky to recruit data analysts.
John Bissell is stepping down as chief operating officer of the Chartered Insurance Institute after six years.
Aviva changing approach for customers with mental health conditions after ‘asking too many questions’
Aviva has acknowledged it has asked “too many questions” to people who reveal mental health conditions, and that it needs to do more to support these customers.
Simon Pemberton, CEO of Gallagher Bassett ,caught up with Insurance Post to speak about claims trends, recruiting talent and plans for the business in the year ahead.
Vicky Wallis, chief people officer at Direct Line Group, expressed concerns that if the “culture is not right” for women in the industry, they can’t have open conversations about the menopause.
The activities you post plus the chatter among insurers on Linked In is increasingly playing a role in attracting talent to the insurance industry, according to Verlingue UK, Allianz Commercial and Claims Consortium Group.
Retiring Andrew Brooks is succeeded by Ascot's group president Jonathan Zaffino as CEO with immediate effect.
Data analysis: Insurance Post examines the recruitment struggles of different parts of the insurance industry and explores what types of firms have been hardest hit by the Great Resignation.
Zurich has appointed James Nicholson as chief claims officer with immediate effect, replacing David Nichols.
Insurer employees believing the only way to get more money to cover the cost-of-living crisis was to move jobs resulted in an unprecedented number of job vacancies in 2022, according to labour market analysis.
Toni Dines, founder and CEO of insurance recruitment firm Boxtree, speaks to Insurance Post about the changing demands of candidates post-Covid, and the rapid growth the company has seen over the past few years.
Analysis: Frances Stebbing explores the impact of the European Union’s gender-neutral pricing rules on how motor insurance is underwritten and priced today.
American International Group has made senior leadership changes after it found its chief financial officer, Mark Lyons, had breached confidentiality obligations.
Chris Gillighan, the managing director of Somerset Bridge’s managing general agent and Southern Rock’s in-house insurer, is understood to have left both businesses.
Michael Lawrence, distribution and underwriting director of LV Broker, tends to his chickens plus a clash with a deer sees him put the insurer’s windscreen repair service to the test.
Women from a lower socio-economic and ethnic minority background face the longest, hardest climb to the top of the insurance industry, a KPMG report has revealed.
Clyde & Co has expanded its product liability team expansion and plans for global growth in 2023.
Jessica Riley, terrorism lead for commercial lines at RSA, packs in school runs, training for charitable races, a Christmas team catch-up, and making amendments to e-learning modules for terrorism into her working week.
Sam White, founder and chair of Freedom Services Group, speaks to Insurance Post about the launch of Stella Insurance, her new female-centric venture, and what it means for her future within Freedom.
Clyde & Co has appointed DWF's Charlotte Kelly and Peter Barnes as partners, along with 17 others to expand its product liability team.