Start-ups

Schemes: Scheming for success

Schemes business requires significant investment to make it work and underwriters are not prepared to tolerate poor profitability. But, as Jane Bernstein reports, the benefits are many and it remains attractive to brokers.

Penny Black's insurance week

Another year, another Biba conference; brokers nurse their hangovers, hacks try to recall the juicy story slurred in their ear at 2am, and insurers vow to return to the exhibition hall next year with a bigger stand than Aviva, nicer cup cakes than Zurich…

Roundtable - Cloud computing: head in the clouds

The term 'cloud computing' is very much in vogue. Post gathered together technology and insurance industry experts to debate whether the industry is ready to seize the opportunities it can offer. Amy Ellis reports.

Merfield returns with Nexus

HCML's founder and former clinical director Helen Merfield has returned to the market with start-up business, Nexus Rehabilitation.

Cullum: CBE is testimony to all staff

Towergate's charity work is part of the company's "corporate DNA" according to founder and chairman Peter Cullum, who has been made a Commander of the Order of the British Empire in the Queen's New Year honours list.

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