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.
Publication suggests that brokers who rely on their paperwork skills or only act as a go-between the client and underwriter will be challenged by AI solutions.
Course completion will shorten the journey for the CII’s qualifications, such as ACII.
The proposition includes a cyber incident response plan builder.
Consultation includes proposals to signpost details of travel insurance firms who can cover consumers with more serious conditions.
Insurance Age speaks to Pauline Miller of Inclusion at Lloyd's ahead of this year's festival as registration opens later this week.
Doing things differently: CCRS managing director Neil Campbell tells Insurance Age what motivated him to start the company and why the industry needs to up its game
Panellists at the MGAA Conference note there is not enough data when it comes to insuring start-ups, and urge MGAs to embrace rate hardening.
In a speech at the MGAA annual conference, CEO John Neal declared “whatever we’re doing isn’t enough”.
Six percent of cyber incidents were reported by the general insurance and protection sector.
Group MD discusses future deals and explains why the consolidator does not see Brexit as a reason to expand outside of the UK.
Business says it can help an MGA to set up in about 10 weeks, guiding the process from initial contact to when the firm starts to underwrite.
Payments made to clients who had outstanding property damage claims at the time of the insurer’s collapse.
Which topics have been sparking brokers’ interest?
InsurTech start-up FloodFlash says it is looking to work with more brokers.
Aara Syed questions how far insurance has come in its treatment of women.