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Goodbye and good luck

It’s September, the days are drawing in, leaves are turning brown, and it’s hard to shake off the feeling that it’s time for a change.

The other results

August is renowned for a number of things (don’t worry, this isn’t another blog about the silly season).

L&G goes out on a limb

The stand out story by miles this week was Legal & General's shock withdrawal from the Association of British Insurers (ABI).

Let’s be clear

The insurance industry has found itself under attack again over transparency on costs and fees.

All go at Gallagher

Readers of Insurance Age will be well aware that over recent weeks we have covered several departures from Arthur J Gallagher.

Sector shows its best side

I joined Insurance Age on Monday as the commissioning editor with a responsibility for looking after the features, videos and roundtables on the website and in the monthly magazine.

All fight on the night

Markerstudy's Lizzie Smith-Foreman gives a blow-by-blow account of the provider's inaugural Fight Night, held in conjunction with Insurance Age.

No smoking gun

The Financial Conduct Authority has set tongues wagging again in the past week with the publication of its thematic review into conflicts of interest among intermediaries when dealing with SME business.

Motoring on

The biggest news this week for brokers was the news that RSA is reducing its personal lines motor book by 35%.

In safe hands

Don’t worry, this isn’t a blog about David Seaman. Not even a review of his biography.

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