Co-founder of Insuring Women’s Futures Jane Portas has been awarded the Order of the British Empire for services to business and to equality.
Frances Stebbing explores what acquiring insurers can do to ensure the founder of the business they are buying remain on board or smoothly exit the organisation.
The most-read Post stories of 2022 show what captured the insurance industry's attention as pandemic restrictions were lifted, inflation soared, many sectors went out on strike for improved pay and cyber-crime continued to escalate.
To give you a taste of one of our new features for 2023 – Diary of an Insurer - here is Diary of an Insurance Post Editor.
Gemma Jackson, head of diversity and inclusion at RSA Insurance, outlines what the insurance industry can do to meet its diversity and inclusion ambitions quicker.
Lloyd's is remaining tight-lipped about who will insure the first UK coal mine approved in decades as campaigners accuse insurers contemplating offering cover for the project of causing "climate chaos."
Mervyn Skeet, currently head of taxation at the Association of British Insurers, has been appointed as interim director of general insurance policy.
Footballing royalty, dementia help and catching fraudsters on TV.
After the rebrand to Many Pets, from Bought by Many, and the acquisition of Digital Edge, Luisa Barile, chief financial officer at Many Pets, talks to Post about what’s coming for the new fiscal year.
Peter Blanc, executive chairman of Howden UK & Ireland, sets out the steps the insurance sector can take to become the sought-after employment option for talent rather than the accidental one.
Zurich has appointed Frank Streidl as head of commercial insurance in the UK, replacing Rob Kuchinski who is retiring at the end of the year.
Zego and QBE expand partnership; Needham takes GWP to £9m; Axa XL appoints head of cyber and Lloyd's
For the record: Post wraps up the major insurance deals, launches, investments and strategic moves of the week.
Sheldon Mills, FCA executive director, consumers and competition has stressed “statistics speak for themselves” and the industry does not represent the communities it serves
Amanda Blanc, group CEO of Aviva, expressed concerns that if the industry's efforts to improve diversity and inclusion go any slower “we will start to go backwards”.
The Association of British Insurers has outlined steps the industry needs to take if it is to become "the most diverse, equitable and inclusive sector of the UK economy."
Leading UK insurers are paying the contentious monthly premium for 'blue check' verification after Elon Musk's Twitter takeover - a privilege that was previously free of charge.
WTW has joined forces with The United Children’s Fund to protect millions of children and families from climate change
Bank of England executive director Victoria Saporta has warned financial services companies they need to do more to understand why women were impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Markel International recently appointed Dan Martin as managing director of distribution strategies and business development. He speaks to Post about supporting Markel’s long-term ambitions of sustainable growth, and operational effectiveness by working…
Partner at law firm DWF Nicola Critchley has been appointed president of Forum of Insurance Lawyers.
The first pay-out has been made by the Mesoamerican Reef Insurance Programme when the Turneffe Atoll, off the coast of Belize, was hit by Hurricane Lisa on 2 November.
Golf competitions, charity days, grants, canal clean ups, and marking Black History month, World Menopause Day and National Poetry Day.
Axa XL CEO for the UK & Lloyd’s Sean McGovern is set to become chair of the London Market Group from the start of next year.
Mathew Mallett has been named chief digital and information officer at the Chartered Insurance Institute.