Insurance broker turned Conservative parliamentarian Craig Tracey was returned as the MP for North Warwickshire in yesterday’s general election.
Former insurance broker Craig Tracey is to take over as co-chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Insurance and Financial Services.
Young Achiever Award; Unsung Hero; Insurance Personality of the Year; Achievement Award
Former chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Insurance and Financial Services Jonathan Evans, pictured, was last night acclaimed as the achievement winner at the British Insurance Awards.
A You Gov survey has found that 45% of workers in Britain fear losing their job if they take legal action against an employer.
Two 'manageable' issues holding up Flood Re PRA authorisation three weeks from launch, CEO McCafferty admits
Flood Re still has two obstacles to overcome before it is granted authorisation by the Prudential Regulation Authority - despite only being three weeks away from its proposed launch date (4 April).
Heather Wheeler MP has taken over as chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Insurance and Financial Services. She talks to Post about her leadership style and what issues are on the agenda
Corporate brokers have joined colleagues in the personal lines space in voicing concerns that the rise in insurance premium tax will result in more premium leaving the market.
Heather Wheeler, the MP for Derbyshire South and a former Lloyd’s broker, has been elected the new chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Insurance and Financial Services.
Veteran parliamentarian Jonathan Evans will take on the role of non-executive chairman of Allied World Assurance’s Lloyd’s managing agency after stepping down as MP for Cardiff North.
Jonathan Evans MP, chair for the All Party Parliamentary Group for Insurance and Financial Services.
The chairman of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Insurance and Financial Services has vowed to write to the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners to get a handle on the resource available to combat insurance fraud.
With the 2015 election looming and the outcome far from certain, it is time to ask what the insurance industry might be seeking from the next Government.