Insurance Age - 2012-10-08

Reportage: From farm to plate

The food and farming industries can be challenging but ultimately rewarding sectors for brokers to operate in. Edward Murray explores the niches

Power hour: Access to underwriters

With insurers moving back into the regions and an increased use of technology, our panel of experts discuss if access to underwriters is improving. Andrew Pearce reports

Reportage: Nice to be niche?

There are many definitions of a niche market, but whether it is a scheme or a small, often-overlooked sector, there are opportunities for adventurous brokers, writes Caitlin Morrison

Running the risk

How can you ensure an employee who’s leaving cannot take clients and information with them? Peter Done explains

Profile: Talking technology

In his first interview after 33 years in the industry, CDL’s Tom Hogg explains to Emmanuel Kenning how the company grew from a one-man band to an insurance institution

Broking success: International broker

From humble beginnings, Bartlett & Company has grown to be a player on the international stage, but it remains a family firm, chairman Michael Bartlett and head of corporate risks Mike Briggs tell Caitlin Morrison

Market moves: Big brokers lead the way

The big-name brokers contributed many column inches to this month’s Market moves section, with Marsh announcing the departure of its parent company’s CEO and Miller going to Willis to expand its corporate risks team. And Giles was very busy indeed, with…