Axa commercial lines and personal intermediary CEO says she is expecting 'brickbats' for her views
The Northern Ireland market dominated headlines yesterday.
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.
The biggest news this week for brokers was the news that RSA is reducing its personal lines motor book by 35%.
So how was Manchester for you?
Insurance policies are now longer than many novels.
Don’t worry, this isn’t a blog about David Seaman. Not even a review of his biography.
The FCA has had a rough couple of weeks.
I hate saying goodbyes but I find myself in the position where I'm going to have to do so.
This time last week I had the pleasure of opening the UK Broker Summit 2014 where sixty brokers and five insurers and technology experts got together for a series of roundtable meetings.
As inevitable as death and taxes, results season has rolled around again.
On the face of it, RSA's new boss Stephen Hester has endured a baptism of fire at the insurer.
Ghost-broking, who is to blame?
It’s about time some more network gossip did the rounds, and last week it was a pretty juicy story that hit the Insurance Age newsdesk.
On the eve of the Six Nations an England rugby legend has made a timely appearance in the world of insurance broking.
This week brokers were hit by a predicted 15% increase in the FSCS levy for 2014/15.
Biba published its manifesto this week, and the theme is 'Delivering for customers'.
The completion of the PwC review into the claims and finance issues uncovered in Ireland two months ago brought an element of closure to the insurer's recent stint in the spotlight.
In undoubtedly the least scientific survey undertaken by Insurance Age this year, I’ve been asking punters at the Nags Head who should be the next CEO at RSA.
This is my sign-off blog for 2013. It’s also the morning after the Insurance Age Christmas party, so I am going to take the easy route and cast my eye back over the past year.
For the lovers of list making Christmas is an annual highlight.
In the grand scheme of results, a company's Q3 figures rarely compete with the detail and interest thrown up by its full or half-year numbers.
And so it begins again ...
So when is business as usual not business as usual? The answer was clear at the Broker Expo in Coventry yesterday.