The general election, an FCA appointment, premium movements, a new commercial division and fraudulent activities make up the top clicked stories in the past week
The importance of reinsurance: It is little understood and often ignored, but reinsurance plays a vital role in the everyday business of broking, writes Rupert Swallow
The former Aon man replaces Simon Green who is moving to Arthur J Gallagher.
New division to focus on commercial combined, property owners, contractors all risks and combined liability.
A real spread of topics has captured the attention of brokers over the past week. Management reorganisations, opinion on Ogden, products, court cases and debt make up the list.
Legal spat focused on confidential information from Agent Assure’s database and Dallas Kirkland business.
Trade body launches innovation group aiming to increase uptake and awareness of InsurTech.
Keep up to date with all the latest people moves.
The former FCA director signs up as an independent non executive director.
New partnership comes into force at the beginning of May.
New logos, people moves, acquisitions and secret FCA warnings make up the most read stories of this week.
Upton had been group CEO of Evolution since 2013.
Reid has been exonerated by the FCA and ponders return to the market later this year.
The broker, which currently has £20m GWP, also revealed it has taken on staff from Arthur J Gallagher, Marsh and Lockton.
Former Gallagher UK Retail CEO contemplating return to the market.
International brokerage CEO states he is excited about the future in the UK.
The jailing of a fraudster led the clicks this week, followed by profits, a buyout, an FCA warning and an apology from the CII.
Indemnity Risk Solutions claims manager funded lavish lifestyle through fraud.
A new scheme has been created for the NI police force.
Jonathan Swift explains that brokers have a lot to learn from firms like Bunker, Cover Wallet, Embroker, and Next Insurance.
The move comes as the business has retrieved the brand from Arthur J Gallagher.
What insurer bosses had to say about their firm’s 2016 results, changes in technology and the Ogden rate, and a court case make up the top five.
Case has been opened in Aberdeenshire.
Insurer and MGA still working together on other business lines.