Blog: London needs to get global

To maintain its competitive position, the London insurance market needs to become a truly global hub, write Chris Beazley, CEO of the London Market Group, and Paul Clark, partner at the Boston Consulting Group

C-Suite: Towergate's Paul Dilley on surviving or thriving

Anyone who’s followed the fortunes of Towergate will know that it has had something of a mountain to climb in the last couple of years – but Paul Dilley believes the full year results show it's made significant progress and now has the summit firmly in…

Interview: John Nelson, Lloyd’s of London

It is the most prestigious chairmanship in UK insurance. But next month, John Nelson will step down after six years in the role of Lloyd’s chairman. He talks to Ryan Hewlett about steering the market through one of its most turbulent periods

Blog: Using a rainbow to lead across generations

Diversity and inclusion has been a hot topic in the insurance industry for a fair few years, but it took the Insurance Industry Charitable Foundations's conference for me to realise the true breadth of diversity and how it could drive the unlocking of…

Blog: Diary of an insurtech start-up

What happens behind the doors of insurtech start-ups? James Stuart Clarke of Digital Fineprint explains how free coffee and coconut water are used to attract talent, but won't necessarily solve the culture clash between salespeople and developers.

Interview: Adrian Furness, Covéa

Covéa’s Adrian Furness was recently appointed claims and operations director, having previously held the role of claims director. Post sat down with him to discuss his new appointment.

Insurance Census 2017: Face of insurance

Insurance, like many financial services sectors, has a reputation for being pale, stale and male. In Post’s latest research Michèle Bacchus finds out if the description still fits and what the industry is doing to effect change

Aon's Andrew Tunnicliffe on holding up the mirror

You may have heard or read that McKinsey reported in its 2015 Diversity Matters report that gender diverse firms were 15% more likely to outperform those that were not diverse, but here's something more interesting.

Blog: Attracting diversity into a diverse industry

The benefits of diversity in the workplace have long been recognised. It widens the talent pool, improves employee engagement, enhances performance and enables an organisation to better represent its diverse customer base. That can only be good for…

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