Tim Holliday analyses what the effect of the recent change in the Ogden rate to minus 0.75% will be for insurers and reinsurers, as well as what it could mean for brokers.
Axa’s Brendan McCafferty calls on the sector to join forces to help the most vulnerable customers as the insurer endorses the Insurance Cares campaign.
Growth driven: Richard Dornan, underwriting and business development director at Premium Choice, explains how the broker has carved a niche for itself but is expanding into new areas.
It’s one year until GDPR data regulations are fully in force. Data expert Steve Sands of Synectics Solutions explains what this means for brokers and urges them to act now.
Insurance Age content director Jonathan Swift picks through the potential of an Allianz - LV tie up to look at how both businesses might mutually benefit.
Lord Turner takes up non-executive role at the insurer.
Ageas’ Rob Hopkins explains why the Enterprise Act can be a positive for the insurance sector.
Insurance Age content director Jonathan Swift reflects on Swinton's latest branch closures and puts it in some historical perspective
He joined the firm in 2002.
Duperreault replaces Peter D. Hancock.
Insurer confirms staff exits one week after the news of underwriting director Mark Bacon leaving.
Threats and opportunities: Taking a view from outside the market, Jamie Marchant wonders if the insurance sector is really meeting the challenge of delivering what customers expect
Tulsi Naidu, UK chief executive at Zurich, has a message for the Prime Minister ahead of the snap General Election.
Inefficient processes and a lack of understanding and deployment of technological solutions are holding Lloyd's back, writes Daniel Golding, director of financial services at Baringa.
Jon Stanley joins as chief risk officer and Andy Tedstone takes on the role of group broking placement director.
Bike boom: Carole Nash CEO David Newman explains why bikers make brilliant customers, addresses Ogden rate problems and reveals what plans the broker has for Brexit
The former FCA director signs up as an independent non executive director.
Franchise confirms plans to open new office in Leeds along with further board level changes.
Aviva's Rahul Gumber, part of the CII New Generation Group which compiled the report into vulnerable customers, shares his thoughts.
Sophie Timms, of Zurich, considers how T&Cs can confuse the vulnerable.
Championing change: Insurance Age’s new look with more business-useful information
Ludlow takes over from John Hurrell.
Upton had been group CEO of Evolution since 2013.
Howard Burgess of RJ Langman outlines the issued faced by his elderly, vulnerable parents when they wanted to claim on their insurance and points out that even he, chartered with ACII, had issues understanding the policies.