reporter, Insurance Age
Emmanuel has been a reporter on Insurance Age since April 2018.
Prior to this he was the editor for just under six years before moving across to his current role to focus more on writing stories and interviewing experts in the market.
He joined Infopro Digital (then known as Incisive Media) in 2009 as a reporter on Professional Broking magazine and switched to sister-title Insurance Age in December 2010.
Emmanuel is a supporter of Ipswich Town and when not pondering football or insurance matters he likes to read Scandinavian crime novels.
The latest Insolvency Index from Experian has revealed a positive picture in January, with the rate of business failures falling to its lowest point since June 2007.
Fiona Gilvey has been named head of sales and client development for the risk solutions group of Willis UK & Ireland and takes up the position immediately.
Hiscox has appointed Graeme King as underwriter in its technology, media and telecoms (TMT) team, targeting the international technology professional indemnity market.
Daniel Stewart & Company has been appointed to act as joint broker working alongside CBG’s existing nominated adviser and broker, Zeus Capital.
Data released this morning by the Office for National Statistics showed that industrial production rose by 0.5% in December from November.
Select & Protect is urging financial advisers to make the most of the general insurance opportunity and realise the benefits of adding home insurance and MPPI to their product portfolio.
The Deloitte and Touche sponsored Sunday Times Buyout Track 100 features Giles, RFIB and Oval in its list of UK private equity-backed companies with the fastest-growing profits.
A study by PMI Global has revealed that 20% of companies that send employees abroad for prolonged periods of six months or more fail to provide them with international health insurance.
Travel insurer, Insurewithease.com, has appointed Sarah Taylor as online marketing manager.
The Bank of England has announced today decisions to keep interest rates on hold at 0.5% and to stop the asset purchase facility at £200bn.
A report by the National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR) has predicted positive economic growth for the UK economy but also described a more gloomy outlook for unemployment.