The 'sandwich generation'.

While attempts to persuade people to provide for their own retirements seems to have got through to some, Jonathan Guy discovers there is a section of the workforce that feels this message has come too late for them.

Taking business to Europe.

As the introduction of the euro nears, industry chiefs used the first Post Magazine/OSI Business Briefing to debate the pros and cons of the UK entering the first wave of the EMU. David Worsfold reports.

In place of strife.

Alternative dispute resolution should suit insurers down to the ground, but how many companies are using it and what are its advantages. Victoria Jordan investigates.

Playing by job-cutting rules.

In the wake of several huge mergers across the European insurance industry, Harriet Eisner explains how the trade union MSF is arguing for changes in the way companies behave towards their staff.

Counting the pennies.

Cathy Hargreaves and Jamie Randell explain why the threatened removal of VAT group treatment could have a catastrophic effect for insurers.

CNA's services bid.

CNA, the fourth largest US property and casualty insurer, has asked the office of thrift supervision...

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