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CII posts £4.9m loss for 2020

The Chartered Insurance Institute has reported a £4.9m loss for the year ended 31 December 2020 as a drop in income caused by the coronavirus pandemic more than outweighed reduced operational expenditure.

Q&A: Ant Middle and Adam Beckett, Ageas

Ageas CEO Ant Middle and chief distribution officer Adam Beckett spoke to Post about the insurer’s intention to grow its intermediated personal lines business and plans to invest in what it calls its ‘technical engine room’.

Interview: Mark Allan, Ki

Lloyd’s first algorithmically driven syndicate Ki began trading on 1/1 this year. Jonathan Swift caught up with its CEO Mark Allan to discuss early progress, its plans to integrate brokers on its platform with APIs and why it should not be simply…

Blog: Brexit set to drive up escape of water claims costs

Many will have breathed a sigh a relief when the government finally agreed a trade deal with the European Union at the turn of the year. However, a few months on, the cost implications for escape of water claims are now becoming clear, argues Yuling Kao…

Analysis: Deconstructing Aviva

With a new group CEO in role, Aviva has made serious strides in offloading its overseas operations. What inspired these moves and what does this mean for its core operations in the UK, Ireland and Canada?

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