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False pride

Insurance workers are proudest of their industry, according to research which shows that 90% of insurance professionals surveyed feel proud to work in the market.

A round of applause

August is normally the silly season. The obsession with Jeremy Paxman’s beard in the national media shows the tradition is thankfully alive and well.

Time to look in the mirror

It has long been argued by the insurance industry that the public's perception of the sector has been damaged by the actions of bankers, that insurers have been unfairly tarnished by the same financial services brush.

No rest for the wicked

August is usually when we reach the peak of the silly season (if you take a positive view of it – many would term it the trough).

It never ends

In the last few months I have enjoyed four television shows in particular.

Changing of the guard

A bit over 18 months ago the changing of the guard among the leadership of the big consolidators began.

Not tough enough

One story that really got to people this week touched on an issue that has often been discussed in the Insurance Age blog.

Jury still out on the FCA

Almost two months on since its inception and brokers are still trying to second guess what the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has in store for them.

Biba Fever

Having attended two Biba conferences now, I feel like a seasoned pro.

Can brokers sell telematics?

For the past few years telematics has been touted as the future of motor insurance and the solution for young drivers in particular.

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