Editor, Insurance Age
Siân joined Insurance Age in 2014 as commissioning editor and since then has broken a series of exclusives while looking after features and leading on roundtable coverage for the magazine.
In her spare time Camden-dweller Siân enjoys adding to her fledgling vinyl collection, the cinema, running and reading. She also likes to escape the city as often as she can in order to go horse-riding and enjoy the countryside.
This is up from April’s $170m prediction, however, the insurer said it did not expect the outcome of last week’s FCA business interruption judgment to have a material impact.
The changes follow redundancies and the consolidation of some centres following the promotion of Jacquie Boast to CEO in early 2020.
Insurers will find out next week if their denial of coronavirus business interruption claims is legal.
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Profit for the business, formerly known as Eldon, slipped to £5.0m from £6.4m the previous year.
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The business was sold to Sun Capital last year. Since then it has secured a £1m development loan from Close Brothers and its investors has pumped £7m into Mulsanne to help with solvency.
Cliff has been appointed chairman of the firm which specialises in the social housing sector, travel and associated insurance and property insurance.
The firm has purchased Incepta for an undisclosed sum.