The Towergate Partnership has instructed an international corporate law firm to help it oversee a financial restructuring of the business including the formation of two "public-limited company" operations, Post has learnt.
The Association of Financial Mutuals has welcomed the Liberal Democrats' vow to support the mutual sector in playing a larger role in the future of financial services, if the party forms part of a new government.
The volcanic ash that has grounded many passengers over the last week has certainly thrown the insurance industry into the spotlight again. With thousands of flights cancelled and people left stranded all over the world, the issue of travel insurance…
Power Place chief executive Matthew Reed took a circuitous route into the insurance industry, after a stint in the Navy. Mairi MacDonald asks him about his plans for the firm and how he intends to drive the business forward.
With significant activity already in 2010 and the emergence of a new financial district, the Glasgow insurance market looks set for further growth. Mairi MacDonald assesses the financial landscape in Scotland's largest city.
Early intervention with rehabilitation can cut the cost of sickness absence as well as insurance claims. Leigh Jackson asks whether new developments will kick start renewed interest and take up of services in the UK.
With one million Iphones in existence, apps are all the rage. Amy Ellis investigates the insurance market's attempts to utilise this channel and asks if a more considered approach is needed to really meet customers' needs.
The Manchester Marine Insurance Association had its 76th annual general meeting last month. Its outgoing chairman, Mr H E Wright of Eagle Star made some pungent comments that are worthy of record in this day and age of supertanker scuttlings and the rest.