Reporter, Insurance Age
Cristina joined Insurance Age in 2021, after having received her master’s degree in broadcast journalism from City, University of London.
She moved to the UK in 2019 from Bucharest, Romania, where she used to work as a reporter for a national newspaper, covering breaking news, politics, and current affairs, and as a translator at a national radio station.
In her free time, Cristina likes to read fantasy novels and study foreign languages, having also worked as an English and French teacher for a Japanese language platform.
The finance provider promises new products for brokers and customers as MD, Sean Kemple, talks to Insurance Age.
Despite a sharp drop in pre-tax profit, the broker managed to achieve increased turnover for the year ended 31 December 2020.
Hundreds of flowers and floral wreaths were laid outside the building in the latest attempt to stop Lloyd's of London from insuring fossil fuel projects.
ABI data shows the average fraudulent insurance claim has now reached £12,000 as the the body praises the efforts made by insurers’ fraud investigation teams throughout the pandemic.
Profits slip but income is steady and operating profit almost doubles as report flags the business’s £50m Abacai launch and acquisition of broker Dayinsure.
The Lawphone will operate 24 hours, every day of the week, the insurer adding that the service will provide brokers with expert advice on various legal related issues.
New research from European provider of cloud infrastructure and cloud services, Ionos Cloud, has found that 38% of insurance IT decision makers (IT DMs) admit to their business having a cyber security skills gap, with a third saying this is putting their…
The company has partnered with Fenchurch Law to support its global broker network with claims and coverage disputes.