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 study shows it is time for a service rethink when it comes to the insurance relationship as 44% of respondents do not believe insurers understand their business.
The broker also revealed a plan to triple its international turnover and to grow its position as a large independent European broker.
Insurance Age talked to brokers to find out what their plans for returning to the office are and what long term impacts they believe the pandemic will have on working environments.
The collaboration is said to focus on insurance solutions for non-owned fleets in areas such as peer-to-peer vehicle sharing, on demand delivery, ridesharing, vehicle leasing, micromobility, and autonomous vehicles.
According to the Net-Zero Insurance Alliance, insurers and reinsurers will individually set science-based targets every five years and report on their progress annually.
CEO Phil Barton reveals how the recent Kudos deal came about and discusses how the purchase of a loss adjuster will enhance the broker's client proposition.
Group CEO Nick Houghton discusses how the Bickley deal came about and reveals plans to acquire 10 to 15 more businesses in the next three to five years.
Specialists have discussed the issues surrounding client money handling, highlighting what the Financial Conduct Authority and brokers ought to do in order to avoid non-compliance.
Axa's Ken Wright discusses the challenges brought on by remote working and how brokers can adapt to a digital environment.
The provider has said the service is the first digital training solution designed specifically for telehealth providers.
It is the third location for Henderson's newest venture, Attis Insurance, which he developed after selling Henderson Insurance Brokers to Aon in 2017.
Hiscox and the Hiscox Action Group said the arbitration proceedings have been resolved "to the mutual satisfaction of all parties".
The Belfast-based broker is taking further steps towards its UK expansion with its Southern England purchase.
CEO Jimmy Williams talks to Insurance Age about the company’s newly launched product and its plans for future expansion.