The sad fall of Staveley Head causes Siân Barton to pause and ask ‘when did this last happen to a broker?'
Ida Axling predicts further changes on the networks scene after Marsh Commercial combines its three propositions.
As Biba focuses on improving access to insurance in its manifesto, commissioning editor Laurence Eastham considers where changes will occur in 2020.
Editor, Siân Barton, considers how the insurance space has launched into 2020 and looks back to a thread from 2019 that should be picked up again this year.
Simon Matson has finally apologised after comments he made about exiting employees, described as racist and abusive were highlighted in court papers, but is it enough?
Following her news analysis on sexism and harassment in the regional broker space Ida Axling reflects on her own experiences.
As Marsh rebrands Jelf, Insurance Age content director Jonathan Swift reflects on the passing of another name heavily associated with noughties broker consolidation
Aara Syed questions how far insurance has come in its treatment of women.
Commissioning editor Laurence Eastham reflects on his first month in the insurance industry.
Once upon a time you could not keep Cobra out of the news. Insurance Age content director Jonathan Swift reflects on how the business regrouped almost by stealth to become the latest important part of the PIB growth story.
Siân Barton urges the sector to sign up to the three Insurance Cares pledges to help vulnerable customers with dementia.
Insurance Age content director Jonathan Swift mulls whether insurance broking needs to go back to its beginnings to find the right blend for future success.
In an excellent piece in The Times last month was a reference to a suggestion – that renewal invitations should in fact have three prices on them.
The frustration is that insurance has so much to be proud of.
Ah, the pre-Budget blog. Where nothing is wrong and nothing is right because it’s all ifs, buts and maybes in the exciting game of “imagine if”.
As this year's Dive In Festival takes place, Ida Axling calls on the industry to change its ways.
Emmanuel Kenning looks at a lack of professionalism so eye watering and stupid that frankly it burns.
The ABI’s latest research on insurance fraud in the UK did not use the phrase “ghost broking” but it did reference a fraudster being jailed for selling fake motor insurance policies.
The InsureTrek takes place next month. Siân Barton argues for the insurance world to do even more to help vulnerable customers.
Jonathan Swift ponders how a potential sale of Ageas could work as the rumour mill shouts ever louder about the insurer being on the market.
Following the launch of Biba’s industry standardised Toba, Ida Axling calls on insurers to listen to what the brokers want.
Siân Barton asks: Are women working in insurance really worth 24% less than men?
News online is often all about #breaking #exclusive.
After Insurance Age saved the day and had a Facebook page operated by fraudsters shut down, Ida Axling questions why the regulator failed.