Editor, Insurance Age
Siân joined Insurance Age as commissioning editor in 2014 and prior to this worked on a range of B2B titles covering topics including recycling, the co-operative movement and health and social care.
After a stint as deputy editor she was promoted to editor in 2018. During that year she also joined, alongside a set of intrepid insurance professionals, the InsureTrek which saw the group hike the Mont Blanc Massif and raise more than £100,000 for Insurance United Against Dementia.
In 2020 Siân was the recipient of the British Insurance Brokers’ Association Journalist of the Year award while Insurance Age took the trophy for Publication of the Year. She also won Profile of the Year.
CEO Nikhil Rathi pledged to use the watchdog’s criminal powers to deal with misconduct and financial crime.
The watchdog said that it appears the business “acted dishonestly” and warned customers to decline to do business with the firm.
The watchdog highlighted broker remuneration as an issue and said that many firms might not be ready to implement incoming product governance rules.
The motorbike specialist said the decision to create the new role at board level signals MCE’s ongoing commitment to customer-centric digitisation.
The industry was forced to cancel a raft of events including Glastonbury Festival, Boomtown and Womad after insurers backed away and the government dragged its feet on delivering alternative cover.