News editor, Insurance Age
Emmanuel is the News editor of Insurance Age and has over a decade of experience writing about the insurance industry.
Well connected with the broking community he is now in his second stint at Insurance Age.
He started his career as a reporter on broker-focused title Professional Broking in 2009 becoming a senior reporter ahead of joining Insurance Age at the end of 2010.
Promoted to features editor in October 2011 Emmanuel became editor the following June holding the post for nearly six years before deciding to return to being a reporter to focus on news writing and analysis.
Along with deep knowledge of insurance he has also gained a solid understanding of reinsurance through a year writing on the market with a particular focus on insurance-linked securities at Trading Risk.
He re-joined Infopro-Digital in late 2019 taking up the position of senior reporter at Post working on the broking beat.
Emmanuel returned to Insurance Age in February 2022 to lead the news team. He focuses on bringing in and editing exclusive news and analyses along with keeping readers up to date on company announcements throughout the sector.
He also supports the editor across videos, podcasts, events, profile interviews, data driven research, opinion pieces and more to help keep Insurance Age ahead of the competition.
Applied Systems is picking up the pace, with brokers in the UK having grabbed more market share this year, according to CEO Taylor Rhodes.
Applied Systems is launching first use cases of artificial intelligence on two platforms in the US on 24 October, chief product officer Anupam Gupta told Insurance Age at Applied Net 23.
The Financial Conduct Authority has revealed commissioning seven skilled person reports across the general insurance and protection sector between July and September.
The Aviva Broker Community Fund awarded £300,000 of funding to 65 projects and charities across the UK at its annual awards event held at the Honourable Artillery Company in London on Tuesday.
Simon Mobey spent 38 years working for insurers. Having jumped the fence to be executive director of Dover Street Insurance Brokers, and set up its office in Manchester, he tells Insurance Age about his excitement for the job and the plans to double the…
Kelliher Insurance Group boosted post-tax profit by 11.5% in 2022 to £868,137.
Ecclesiastical and managing general agent Iprism have launched a digital platform providing cover for smaller not-for-profit organisations operating in the charity, education and faith sectors.
Peach PI is aiming to double the number of niche schemes and brokers it deals with, CEO Russell White confirmed to Insurance Age.
Zurich UK has confirmed Jacqui Kelly as its permanent head of sales and distribution having held the role on an interim basis since July.
Seventeen Group has posted a £1.59m post tax loss for 2022 reversing a profit of £196,199 the year before.
Open GI has partnered with Ark Insurance Group to add a tradesperson offering for brokers and further extend its commercial lines panel.
Aviva shares raced ahead by 10% earlier today, as rumours of a takeover swirled, but have since eased off to being 7% up as analysts dampened expectations of a deal.
With two new trading sites on the horizon, more underwriters and authority in the regional network, a record number of apprentices and increased use of artificial intelligence, Aviva leader David Martin is bullish about pushing ahead with brokers.
Partners& grew its turnover by 54% to £34m in the last financial year and reduced its operating loss by over £8.5m, Insurance Age can reveal.
The Financial Conduct Authority is not looking to ban or set commission levels, but brokers have more work to do in valuing their services, according to executive director of consumers and competition Sheldon Mills.
Complete Cover Group has confirmed cutting its headcount to 91 last year, down from 281 in 2021.
Appointed representatives network Ten Insurance Services swung back to a post-tax profit of £305,789 in 2022, reversing a loss of £101,425 in 2021.