The FCA’s consultation on the Insurance Distribution Directive ends soon and Branko Bjelobaba wonders if the IDD goes far enough
Pen Underwriting’s Nick Wright, argues that now is the time to address the root cause of commercial payouts with proper risk management and prevention of workplace accidents.
The key to success: A lot has changed in the market over the last decade, but insurance is still fundamentally a people business, says John O’Roarke
The business may have had humble beginnings but director Alan Smith has refocused the broker and used new technology to aid the firm and staff
The CII’s Ant Gould explains why the organisation is supporting Insurance Age’s campaign to help vulnerable insurance customers.
Jonathan Swift explains that brokers have a lot to learn from firms like Bunker, Cover Wallet, Embroker, and Next Insurance.
Connell previously worked at Zurich.
Boss to remain with the insurer until the board has found a replacement.
Divisional chiefs Bob Pybus, Neil Clayton, Jason Collins and David Abraham will report to CEO Bill Goldstein.
She replaces Andrew Tunnicliffe.
Angus Duncan of Mayer Brown International examines how the Insurance Act is working in practice.
The end of motor broking as we know it?: Mark Bower-Dyke poses the question of whether brokers will survive in an increasingly digital world
I tweet therefore I am: David Williams on why he tweets and you should too
Moving with the times: Coversure’s managing director Bob Darling tells Insurance Age that his focus has changed from increasing office numbers and why the future is bright for the franchise model
Motoring along: Staveley Head’s MD on how niches and specialisms have helped fuel growth and why the broker decided to build its own software
New chairman to take the position in June as John Nelson retires.
Sam Madden, director at Wiraya, explains why insurance brokers must consider new ways of reaching customers in an increasingly saturated communications environment.
As part of the management shift Bluefin's former CEO Robert Organ will depart from the broker.
Andy Briggs restructures senior team with Colm Holmes to lead global corporate and specialty in addition to general insurance business but Phil Bayles remains broker lead.
Richard Morley also promoted to operations director for Markerstudy's retail business.
“Brokers have to give customers what they want and need in the way that they choose to buy”
Pegasystems’ Tony Tarquini, explains what innovations brokers need to be grabbing on to this year.
Kay Martin to take on reponsibility in addition to commercial director at Towergate.