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Emmanuel Kenning

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.

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Articles by Emmanuel Kenning

Unemployment up across Europe

Unemployment in the eurozone rose to 10% in December according to the latest labour market statistics published by Eurostat this morning.

UK emerges from recession

Figures from the Office for National Statistics released this morning showed the UK economy has left recession after six consecutive quarters of negative growth, the longest period of contraction on record. The ONS reported that in the months October to…

Biba unveils conference speakers

The Keynote speakers for this year’s British Insurance Brokers' Association (Biba) conference have been confirmed as Joe Plumeri, chairman and CEO of Willis, the BBC’s world affairs editor, John Simpson, and actress Joanna Lumley.

JLT buys Iimia Wealth Management for £7.25m

Jardine Lloyd Thompson (JLT) Group has bought Iimia Wealth Management from Midas Capital for £7.25m in cash. The announcement follows news of talks originally reported on broking.co.uk in December.

Economists predict a North-South divide in recovery

According to the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr) London and the South East will recover quicker than the North East, Wales and Northern Ireland who will suffer disproportionately from spending cuts

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