Emmanuel Kenning

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.

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Articles by Emmanuel Kenning

Arag Group strikes deal for Das UK

Arag Group has signed up to buy Das UK, subject to regulatory approval, in a move that would create a near £200m gross written premium legal expenses insurance business.

Broking Success: Targeting the 100-year milestone

WH&R McCartney is believed to be the oldest independent broker in Scotland. With only a handful of years left to go until its centenary, directors Graeme Robb and Alan Kirkwood are confident of further growth and success for the Motherwell-based firm.

Graeme Trudgill on taking up the reins at Biba

Graeme Trudgill has committed to fighting strongly for brokers and to getting even more access to the Financial Conduct Authority for members as he takes up the role of CEO of the British Insurance Brokers’ Association.

ABI reveals soaring trade credit claims

The Association of British Insurers has revealed member trade credit insurers received 5,300 claims for businesses in the first quarter of 2023, up 81% on the same period last year.

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