As deputy governor of the Bank of England, Sir John Gieve was in the centre of the worst financial crisis for a century. What has hindsight revealed and what are his views on the subsequent regulatory shake-up?
As the horror of 11 September 2001 unfolded, the insurance industry was not only reeling from the inevitable financial consequences. It was struggling to conceive a much more immense loss, a personal one
The inaugural manager to select his best XI for a potential start-up company is Bobby Gracey, vice president for global counter-fraud solutions and UK business development director at Crawford & Company. A heavy reliance on his claims and fraud…
Lloyd’s first half-year results will be adversely affected by this year’s “unprecedented” level of catastrophes and could see its combined operating ratio hit 100% for the first time in six years, according to market observers.
Usually I reserve my commentary for the market’s latest developments, seeking to pinpoint emerging trends or highlight questionable practices – both those within the industry and, more often than not, those that adversely impact upon it.