Climate change

Big Interview: Andy Bord, Flood Re

On his last day as Flood Re CEO, Andy Bord catches up with Emma Ann Hughes on how the scheme will end in 2039, his pride around Build Back Better, plus why Labour’s promise to build more homes must be accompanied by a robust planning framework.

How travel insurance is going green

As summer approaches, Laura Miller examines how travel insurers are promoting responsible travel that respects wildlife, local communities, and the environment while also avoiding accusations of greenwashing.

Big Interview: Louise O’Shea, CFC

Louise O’Shea, group CEO of CFC, sits down with Insurance Post to discuss where the business is heading following its change of management and what the ‘next cyber’ might be.

Known unknowns and the certainty of net zero

On World Environment Day (5 June), Ofir Eyal, director at consultancy Marakon, examines how the insurance industry is balancing the trade-off between revenue and reputation when it comes to climate planning.

How is insurance stepping up amid election uncertainty?

With a record number of elections in 2024 set to introduce substantial unpredictability into an already volatile risk environment, Edmund Tirbutt examines how insurance is engendering resilience amidst unrelenting geoeconomic uncertainty.

Jason Storah, Aviva

A fresh face on Insurance Post’s Power List in 2024 is Jason Storah, who was appointed CEO of UK & Ireland General Insurance in August 2023.

Tara Foley, Axa

Tara Foley was appointed as CEO of Axa UK & Ireland in September 2023 but was already a familiar face in the industry having joined the provider in November 2020 as CEO of the retail business.

Ken Norgrove, RSA

If you think you’re busy, then you should read what Ken Norgrove, CEO of RSA UK & International, was up to in 2023.

Is the home insurance market set for a reckoning?

Editor’s View: Emma Ann Hughes warns home insurers to brace themselves to be the next target of policyholders’ wrath as moaning motorists are replaced by angry-looking property owners on national newspapers’ personal finance pages.

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