Biba Conference

Biba CEO Steve White on staying afloat

In an exclusive blog for Post on the day he was supposed to be giving his keynote speech at the 2020 British Insurance Brokers' Association conference, Biba CEO Steve White shares his thoughts on keeping lines of communication open during the coronavirus…

Biba unveils theme for 2020 conference

The British Insurance Brokers' Association has selected 'A year to pioneer' as the theme of its 2020 conference and exhibition, which will be held in Manchester Central on 13 and 14 May next year.

Ageas’ Lyn Nicholls on the true value of mental wellbeing

When starting out as HR director at Ageas, employees were extremely reluctant to admit they had symptoms of stress, anxiety or depression, writes Lyn Nicholls. Unfortunately, this denial resulted in what people like psychologist Professor Tanya Byron…

Interview: Paul Greensmith, Axa XL

Having been through one merger already Axa XL’s UK CEO Paul Greensmith, took the most recent change in his stride. But he explains to Jen Frost that, even though his part of the business is now part of the behemoth Axa, it will retain its agility,…

Analysis: Moving the premium finance roadblock for SMEs

The penetration of premium finance into the SME market has been stuck stubbornly in the 40% to 45% range for many years. Could that be about to change as slicker offerings from the main providers and new entrants hit the market just at a time when small…

Blog: Eight things to look out for at Biba 2018

As the UK insurance sector descends on Manchester for the 2018 British Insurance Brokers' Association conference, Jonathan Swift predicts some of the key talking points on the floor and in the bars around the venue.

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