Q&A: Jonathan Frankham, World Nomads

Jonathan Frankham, General Manager, UK & Europe at World Nomads, reveals how travel insurance has changed post pandemic and whether further evolution is required due to climate change.

By Miles co-founder James Blackham leaves

By Miles’s co-founder and CEO James Blackham has announced on LinkedIn that today is his last day – and that he will be replaced by chief commercial officer Maddy Howlett.

Q&A: Charmaine Chow, Dale Underwriting Partners

Charmaine Chow, head of legal and governance at Dale Underwriting Partners, speaks to Frances Stebbing about building a Lloyd’s managing agency and what it means to be a diversity and inclusion champion.

LCP’s Drummond on the power of speaking out

Far from silencing her, Catherine Drummond, a partner at LCP, shares how the hate mail she received as an LGBT+ woman has spurred her on to encourage others to speak out and share their own experiences of barriers they have faced.

Flock raids industry in flurry of exec hires

Insurance Post can reveal that commercial motor fleet insurtech Flock has completed a series of senior hires, taking top executives from multiple insurers, including Hiscox and Mulsanne.

Big Interview: Dame Inga Beale

As the ninth Dive In festival kicks off, Dame Inga Beale tells Emma Ann Hughes she doesn’t see the greater diversity, inclusion and modernisation she pushed for as Lloyd’s first female CEO as her legacy — but as her continuing mission.

How Johnny Timpson refuses to let disability define him

Former Cabinet Office Disability Ambassador Johnny Timpson and winner of Insurance Personality of the Year at the British Insurance Awards explains how he works with a musculoskeletal impairment plus his neurodivergence to make the industry more…

Q&A: Katherine Conway, Aon

Ahead of Dive In’s ninth festival, Katherine Conway, global inclusion lead at Aon, speaks to Frances Stebbing about how she got involved with the initiative and what to expect from this year’s event.

Are the City’s insurers struggling to stay sober?

Analysis: Frances Stebbing explores how the City of London’s drinking culture has been challenged and whether the sector finally recognises it needs to allow people the option to wake up as fresh as a daisy if it wants to attract and retain fresh talent.

Is remote working right for the insurance industry?

Editor’s View: Following the firing of an insurance employee whose keystrokes showed she wasn’t working enough from home, Emma Ann Hughes considers whether remote working is suitable for fresh entrants to the industry.

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