Post - 2010-11-04

Equinox reveals plans to go global

Start-up trade credit managing general agent Equinox Global has outlined plans to move into Europe, Asia and the US, following its official launch this week.

Postbox: New school

Further to Penny Black's observations on my career change, it is interesting to compare the two environments, old and new — one lively and dynamic, full of people striving to reach their potential, the other distinctly less so. Can you guess which is…

Technology - Now & then: Do you remember the first time?

Technology is a way of life today, with insurance policies underwritten, sold and paid for in the blink of an eye, but not that long ago it was a whole new world for the industry. <BODY><p>Post</p></BODY>, therefore, asked some of the major insurance…

View from the top: Bringing back confidence

"Confidence, the massive importance of confidence. Once that's gone and nobody wants to trade with you, there's no way back," observed Tony Lomas a partner at Pricewaterhouse Coopers, and a Lehman Brothers administrator, at the height of the financial…

Interview - Ian Foy: Return journey

After an antipodean adventure lasting 10 years, Insurance Australia Group's Ian Foy is back in Britain as UK CEO. He tells Jonathan Swift about the challenges he faces to turnaround the business and why IAG is here to stay.

Repair Choice aims to reduce costs

Repair Choice has vowed to save insurers "substantial" time and cost on claims fulfilment, following the launch of its end-to-end vehicle repair service.

Postbox: Adjusting from a different angle

Following on from Tina Whelan's letter in Post, I too was unsurprised at the outcome of the Insurance 360 loss adjuster survey and I am delighted that it is fuelling the debate about where adjusters do, and don't, add value.

Vertafore eyes UK market

US insurance software giant Vertafore is monitoring the UK insurance software market for acquisition opportunities with the blessing of its new private equity backer.

Insurers appalled over surgeon’s ‘voluntary erasure’

Health insurers were “astonished” to be given only 24 hours to respond to a Harley Street surgeon’s application for ‘voluntary erasure’ from the medical register — after four years of building a case of evidence regarding improper conduct.

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