Reed Smith’s Peter Hardy and Catherine Lewis consider the impact of Stonegate’s £1bn court claim.
Aviva CEO, Amanda Blanc, has spoken on Women’s Hour this week to say she felt compelled to address sexist incidents as one of only nine female FTSE 100 CEOs.
Alan Scott, director of retail intermediaries, discusses how it has been a challenging yet exciting start to the year with new pricing and regulation rules and says it’s a time for brokers to stand out and differentiate themselves.
Andy Fairchild, former leader of Broker Network and Applied Systems Europe, considers whether there is enough oversight of the tech providers to the insurance industry.
Amicus CEO, Adam Scott, has told Insurance Age that the broker is looking to do deals as it aims to become the largest construction waste broker in the UK, following last year's MBO which was supported by Shawbrook Bank.
Jensten Group is set to beat the deadline it set itself to reach £500m GWP according to retail managing director, Robert Organ.
As economic pressure mounts on customers, brokers must beware the temptation to seek out unrated capacity Arc Legal Group's Tim Mullin argues.
Mike Keating reflects on how brokers can get the best from their relationships with MGAs.
The MGA and underwriting business has experienced “significant growth” since it was created in 2019 and is open to M&A as a tool for growth according to CEO, Stuart Kilpatrick.
Adam Winslow has been UK and Ireland CEO for Aviva since May last year. He speaks to Siân Barton about his career, the insurer’s plans and shares his view on current market conditions.
Ardonagh Advisory lead Rob Worrell shares his view on how the biggest demographic in broking – middle-aged white men – can support the diversity & inclusion agenda.
As the HNW space undergoes change with Aviva moving further into the market, HNW expert John Sims has reflected on the talented team he worked with at Chubb’s Masterpiece brand through 1996 to 2007 and asked, ‘where are they now?’
Victoria Jewell, of McLarens, explores the impact of brokers on the billion-pound real estate market.
Technology firms thrive in fast-paced environments. But more time spent on customer contract T&Cs would be time well spent, says Travelers Europe’s Toby Harris
Why aren’t more brokers thinking about Net Zero?
Rob Worrell joined Ardonagh Advisory – which includes Towergate, Ethos Broking and the networks business – in 2017. Insurance Age caught up with him to find out what has changed for the £4bn GWP broker
The Aviva CEO responded to a story which showed that Aviva chairman, George Culmer, chided shareholders for inappropriate comments about Blanc and female board members at a recent AGM.
Biba CEO Steve White has insisted that brokers “must not be left paying over the odds for the failures of others”.
The benefits and types of technology available to brokers are well known but how to choose the right fit? Ignite’s Toby MacLachlan shares his expertise
Nic Brown, of Markel, argues that meeting the needs of customers may have slipped as a priority for the industry during the current hardening market and rising premium inflation.
Biba’s David Sparkes considers recent developments at the Financial Conduct Authority
Axa UK’s Gary Head explains why the formula must be right to achieve long-term success
MX Underwriting’s James Gerry explores why the personal touch will never go out of style in insurance
Davis Kessler, of Travelers Europe, explains why multi factor identification is a key weapon for businesses and brokers as they seek to prevent cyber attacks