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EQT and Vitruvian invest in CFC

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.

Interview: Emma Rawlinson, Atlanta

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.

Analysis: What next for the CII?

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…

RIMS CEO Mary Roth to retire

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.

Ageas’ Adam Beckett on normal

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.

CMA launches merger inquiry into Gallagher-Willis Re deal

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.

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