Trade Voice: Apil's Neil McKinley on why a total ban on cold calling would be an easy win for the government
Neil McKinley, president of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers, argues that cold calls are far more than just a nuisance and that restrictions introduced in 2018 do not go far enough.
Neil Hodgson, managing director of risk management at Gallagher, outlines the important role the insurance sector can play in helping businesses manage supply chain risks.
Pukka has written over £20m of telematics based gross written premium having gone live with its offering in August 2020, CEO of Freedom Services Group Sam White told Post.
Chris Wallace has been appointed executive director of QBE’s UK insurance business taking over from Cécile Fresneau, who was promoted to run the European Operations insurance division earlier this year.
Johnny Timpson tells Post why the pandemic put the importance of the Access to Insurance mission on steroids and the challenges it faced coming to fruition as the Covid crisis hit.
The reinvestment in CFC by private equity house Vitruvian Partners and new funds from EQT is not the starting gun for an acquisition spree, according to founder and group CEO David Walsh.
By Miles CEO James Blackham was outspoken on premium refunds for motor customers under Covid-19. The insurtech boss tells Post why he felt the issue needed to be tackled – and why he is not finished yet.
Crawford & Company and Partners& have marked World Menopause Day on 18 October with a new policy and commitment respectively.
In her first interview since succeeding Ian Donaldson as Atlanta Group CEO, Emma Rawlinson tells Post about her journey to taking the helm, the importance of digital in maintaining the growth trajectory and the diversity of the business and its leaders.
Post gauges insurance reaction to the news that CII boss Sian Fisher will be leaving in March, gathering reflections on her achievements and this year’s disputes along with asking what qualities and experience the next leader will need to meet future…
Media headlines about the managing general agent market have recently taken a welcome turn, from all the talk of capacity crunch and crisis to a message of renewed and rising confidence, observes Nick Wright, chief business development officer at Pen…
RIMS CEO Mary Roth has announced her plans to retire following the organisation's 2022 annual conference and exhibition due to be held in San Francisco next April.
The Personal Finance Society's president has criticised the Chartered Insurance Institute for not giving the PFS board the chance to have input into a consultation document launched today and warned it is considering options for alternative legal…
The Chartered Insurance Institute has launched its member consultation Shaping the Future Together with a deadline for responses of 17 December.
The Insurance Task Force, as part of The Prince of Wales’ Sustainable Markets Initiative, has published a Sustainable Products and Services Showcase detailing the wide-ranging insurance support that is empowering customers to develop, invest in and scale…
Motor insurance sees biggest drop for seven years; Apollo gets new investment; Axa sets aside €1.5bn to fight deforestation; Nexus refinances; and Radius acquires Milestone
Post wraps up the major insurance deals, launches and investments of the week
Das UK has appointed Tony Coram as CEO replacing Andrew Burke who is stepping down at the end of the year.
The Motor Insurers’ Bureau is to recommence legal action against the government over inaction on 'unnecessary' Vnuk costs.
Having moved away from the 2020 parlance of ‘unprecedented’, there is a phrase that seems to be creeping into our everyday language – normalisation, whatever that is, says Adam Beckett, chief distribution officer at Ageas UK.
Thomas Miller Specialty Construction has partnered with Aviva in a three-year deal to provide capacity for its latent defect offering for commercial developers operating in the mixed use development market in the UK, Post can reveal.
The Competition and Markets Authority has opened a merger inquiry into Arthur J Gallagher buying Willis Towers Watson’s treaty reinsurance business looking at whether the proposed deal will lead to a lessening of competition in the UK market.
Xamira Groves has joined Chaucer from Axa XL as head of insurance.
Karen Houseago, who had been with LV for 17 years, has joined Consumer Intelligence as head of insurance.
Tiger Risk Partners has appointed Rob Bredahl as CEO with founder and incumbent Rod Fox taking on the role of executive chairman.