Mark Roberts, division president for UK, Ireland and South Africa at Chubb, tells Jonathan Swift he is looking to create wider and deeper relationships with UK brokers plus what factors will help differentiate his insurer from the congested run-of-the-mill ‘pack’.
Turning the fine words of carefully crafted corporate environmental, social and governance strategies into a meaningful reality is one of the top priorities for general insurers. However, as David Worsfold discovers, it remains a complex challenge
Rehabilitation service providers have claimed rehab is "intrinsic to the insurance proposition" as Grenfell claims continue five years on from the disaster.
Having scripted and filmed the videos to promote their ESG/sustainable claims solutions - and polished the accompanying leaflets - Team Build and Team Unite get to find out who pocketed the most investment at the Insurance Post Claims Leaders Summit.
ESG represents a terrific opportunity for the insurance ecosystem to showcase its credentials in a better way, and to build positive reputational gains, argues Rob Smale, non-executive director at E2E Total Loss Vehicle Management.
Allianz Commercial’s win follows a market-beating Covid claims response, improvements to broker support, and a significant increase in combined operating ratio.
BPL Global caught the judges’ attention by enhancing its ESG credentials alongside placing complex risks, bringing global business to London, and providing quality data insight for clients.
From her advocacy over climate change to calling out sexist shareholders; from delivering a bumper result to re-energising Aviva as an acquirer - and not a seller, Amanda Blanc’s passion and integrity saw her crowned Insurance Personality of the Year
Having raced around London taking part in a marine insurance treasure hunt in the last episode, the final six claims apprentices are set for their biggest challenge yet for their third task.
Jamil Elbahou, CEO and chief underwriting officer at Connect Underwriting, and board member of the International Insurance Charitable Foundation, considers how, when working for the greater good, individual companies can have far greater impact when they…
Brit has partnered with not-for-profit social enterprise GT Scholars to launch online “digital challenges” for young people with the aim of boosting the diversity of talent drawn to careers in the insurance sector.
While sentiment analytics is not a new concept, its adoption by insurers has not yet been fully realised. Arguably, its biggest potential is in the area of reputational risk, writes Karim Derrick, product and innovation director at Kennedys IQ.
LV has launched an initiative to provide men with a safe space to talk about their problems at the garages within the LV repair network.
With the growing importance of environmental, social and governance issues, companies are starting to recruit people to senior executive positions to oversee their strategies. Pamela Kokoszka investigates if the role of chief ESG officer is here to stay,…
Microinsurance could cover up to 2.5 billion people by 2030. As Edward Murray explains, digital resources and education through the Covid-19 pandemic have opened up the door for mainstream insurers to get involved in this market.
Nurturing nature, a fare share for food and a marathon man
Video Q&A: Carpenters Group CEO Donna Richards on staff, society and sustainability – what makes a business a stand out in 2022?
Post content director Jonathan Swift talks to Carpenters Group Donna Richards about sustainability and what her business is doing to improve the impact it is having on the environment?
Insurance United Against Dementia has appointed Richard Dudley, global head of climate strategy at Aon, as its new chair taking over from IUAD founder Chris Wallace.
Insurtech Laka has closed a Series A fund raise of $12m (£8.9m) led by US mobility investor Autotech Ventures as it seeks to become “the global green mobility leader” diversifying into areas such as e-bikes, e-cargo bikes and potentially electric cars.
Are businesses in a position to address the increase in mental health issues such as Covid Anxiety Syndrome?
Forward-thinking employers should provide their staff with targeted mental health and well-being support to improve retention and create a more positive working environment, argues Shamira Graham, director of corporate solutions at Onebright
Insurance Post’s Best Insurance Employer research returns in 2022 seeking the views of staff in broking, managing general agent and insurer firms to find out which organisations really go the extra mile for their people.