Reporter, Insurance Age
Aara became part of the Insurance Age team in spring 2019, and since then has covered a myriad of stories, ranging from what Insurtech means for brokers to the liquidation of Gibraltarian insurer, Lamp.
Aside from work Aara spends time reading, listening to cheesy music and seeing friends.
Divisional MD, Neil Galjaard, says Markel will retain the Caunce O'Hara brand and keep all twelve staff, after buying the broker's contractor and freelancer business.
Report also found that only 14% of consumers use word of mouth when in the process of switching their insurance.
Brokers say Marsh's "inevitable" move could lead to staff exits and a shift away from local service as Jelf rebrands to Marsh Commercial.
As well as this employment change two of the VP’s colleagues have faced severe internal penalties.
Fair treatment of vulnerable customers will continue to be at the top of the agenda for the CII-led society according to its NED, Liz Foster.
Broking to the future: Hayes Parsons’ managing director James Woollam tells Insurance Age why encouraging young people into insurance and investing in technology are key for the sector
New publication date of the research is October 2019 and the completed report is due during December 2019.
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She replaces Nick Amin who is set to move from his role as group chief operations and IT officer to supporting work on the firm’s strategic review in Asia.
Which whitepapers grabbed the attention of the broking space over the summer period?
Trak Global Group reveals Three Hills Capital Partners will invest over £40m for a minority stake in the firm.
Nick Giddings, chief marketing officer at Open GI, examines the insurance market in the lead-up to 7 November.