When the Chartered Insurance Institute leaves Aldermanbury this month for a new home in the City, it will not be able to bring along many of the artifacts it has in storage. Post spoke to former president Reg Brown about how these could be rehoused in a…
As insurance tries to attract talent and adapt to emerging risks, the London market is increasingly turning towards the military for new recruits
Former Churchill and LV general insurance boss John O’Roarke took home the Achievement prize last night at the British Insurance Awards, where his new employer Aviva was among the big winners.
Professional qualifications play an essential role in building industry trust and recognition on the global stage, says Malcolm Hyde, executive director of the Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters, however, the UK’s Brexit vote could put this into…
Roll back six years and I remember David Williams, on taking a new role as director of underwriting at Axa, calling for parity in remuneration between claims professionals and others.
Insurers are investing in employee benefits as a way to recruit and retain staff - and they go beyond the core elements of pension, life and health cover to sometimes include quirky perks
The insurance industry can sometimes be slow to embrace change but Peter Staddon, managing director at the Managing General Agents’ Association, says it's time to help young professionals on their journey.
If progess in technology and society continues at its current rate Malcolm Hyde, executive director of the Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters, believes the ability to learn from the past, be adaptable, reliable and professional will bemore important…
A Blade Runner mist engulfed London on Monday as storm Ophelia blew Saharan sand into the capital. Struck by the eerie atmosphere, City workers tweeted pictures of the yellow sky, which an Irish commentator promised to look at “as soon as our houses land…
RSA scooped a trio of awards last night at the British Insurance Awards, winning in the claims initiative, major loss and young achiever categories.
The International Insurance Society has designed a certification system for recognising universities that provide risk management and insurance education.
The insurance industry could score points among the young generation
The second part of the research asks what diversity means to Lloyd’s and the London Market and how can it attract young talent and people from outside the profession into insurance?
A group of new recruits to McLarens Aviation learn about what it takes to be a loss adjuster
Diversity Award; Investing in the Profession
Customer Care; Brand Management; Business Sustainability/Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative of the Year
In the first of a quarterly webinar series hosted by Post, in association with the Chartered Insurance Institute, four experts discussed the role and scope of qualifications in Hong Kong insurance.
Post and the Chartered Insurance Institute will launch a 'Raising Standards' webinar series in Hong Kong next year.
Technology incubator Start-up Bootcamp has announced the 10 international start-ups that will join its London programme in 2016, including six from the UK.
The Chartered Insurance Institute's New Generation Group, class of 2016, met for the first time at a launch event held in London on 23 October.
The Chartered Insurance Institute believes criticism of delegated authority arrangements by the Financial Conduct Authority is behind a spike in interest from the market for its specialist examination.
The insurance industry is failing to keep hold of talented female workers, or even attract them in the first place, due to a perceived lack of equal opportunities.
Succession planning and the promotion of internal talent remain key issues for the industry to address, according to analysts, who have played down the significance of recent leaderships announcements at Admiral and LV.