Post - 2011-11-24

Perkins Slade rings the changes

Despite a relatively quiet quarter for broker recruitment, Perkins Slade named three new directors this week. The intermediary was not the only firm making changes, with Jelf and Willis also naming new starters. Among insurers I was a bust seven days for…

Ten targets directly regulated brokers

Bosses from Ten Insurance have revealed proposals to begin 
forging relationships with directly regulated brokers, following a year in which record profits were recorded by the broking network.

Accident Exchange heads to Court of Appeal

Accident Exchange is to take its two-year legal battle with 
Autofocus over alleged fraudulent 
credit hire spot rates to the Court of Appeal next Thursday.

Editor's comment: Knowledge swap shop

The first of many: that appears to be the over-riding theme of this week’s insurance market developments. First we had the groundbreaking strategic partnership struck between Catlin and China Re, in a move both parties expect will prove extremely…

Penny Black’s insurance week

Penny was delighted to be among the industry grandees for the prestigious 60th birthday bash of high net worth insurer Sterling last week, taking in the atmosphere at London’s fancy Café de Paris.

IRM recognises students

The Institute of Risk Management has named Karasachi Sylvester Nnadede and Karla Cruickshanks as its top students of the year.

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