When Peter Graham first met his current boss about taking the role of general insurance managing director at Legal & General, he made it clear he didn't want the job. Jonathan Swift finds out why he changed his mind.
With the threat of changes in weather patterns, insurers have an enormous interest in the effects of climate change. Daniel Dunkley reports on what they hope to achieve at the forthcoming United Nations COP15 conference in Copenhagen
Building Regulations on energy performance are set to bring long-term benefits to UK businesses with brokers able to play a useful role" so now is the time to brush up your understanding, says Steve Ford.
The global downturn has meant insurers’ market values plunging, however, their brand values have seen less steep losses. David Haigh argues having a strong identity is essential to building a global name
Rates are slowly rising but insurers are still facing challenges when it comes to profit margins, not least from the economic environment. Catherine Thomas explains how pricing may be key for the future.
Laundering money through insurance companies is an attractive option for criminals. Sam Barrett looks at some of the methods utilised and the ways insurance companies can help protect themselves against the threat.