Fully Comp episode 11: When will we meet again? – The future of insurance networking in 2021 (part two)
Welcome to the last episode of Fully Comp, Post’s video series tackling some of the biggest issues in insurance, for 2020. Today - for a second day running - we will address the question: When will we meet again?
Fully Comp episode 10: When will we meet again? – the future of insurance networking in 2021 (part one)
Welcome to the latest episode of Fully Comp, Post’s video series tackling some of the biggest issues in insurance. Today we ask the question: When will we meet again?
Last week the British Insurance Brokers’ Association followed others' footsteps as it moved its 2021 conference online. Post news editor Jen Frost considers the future of events.
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…
The British Insurance Brokers’ Association has cancelled its 2020 conference and exhibition, scheduled to take place in Manchester between 13 and 14 May, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
This morning Axa told Post it would not be exhibiting at the British Insurance Brokers’ Association annual conference due to coronavirus concerns.
Exclusive: Axa UK&I, Axa XL and Axa Partners will not be attending the annual British Insurance Brokers’ Association’s conference in May due to concerns over coronavirus.
Some firms are telling their staff to avoid all but essential work travel in the UK due to coronavirus concerns, leading to some insurance event postponements and cancellations, Post has learned.
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.
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…
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,…
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…
A Dragon's Den-style 'hackathon' will be held for the second year running at the British Insurance Broker's Association conference in Manchester.
Brokers have identified Brexit as their second biggest worry, behind regulation and compliance, Aviva research has shown.
Exclusive: The British Insurance Brokers' Association faces a backlash from brokers over the decision to make Boris Johnson a keynote speaker at the organisation's annual conference.
Insurance giant Allianz will gain a commercial book worth £250m from LV following its purchase of 49% of LV’s general insurance business.
The possibility of physical and mental collapse is now very real. No sympathy for the Devil. Buy the ticket, take the ride.
Exclusive: The current operating environment is one of opportunity for brokers with a specialist offering but it’s tough times ahead for generalist brokers, Gallagher’s retail CEO has said.
Broker trade body calls for a period of regulatory stability as “burdensome and costly regulatory regimes” takes toll on the sector.
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.
Innovation needs to focus on enhancing customer experience, explains Simon Cooter, commercial lines & HNW director at Covéa Insurance.
Specific terms and technical meanings can be misinterpreted and the difference in language used by insurers and insureds could lead to underinsurance when taking out business interruption cover
The majority of the Post team started the week as ‘virgins’ of the British Insurance Brokers’ Association annual conference. This morning, I see most of them have the same look in their bloodshot eyes. War veterans call it the thousand-yard stare.
Design guru and sheriff of the written word David Whittam was brought tribute from Biba 2017 in the form of assorted freebies. Here he sorts the wheat from the chaff.