This year's top stories featured MS Amlin, Tokio Marine Kiln, Marsh Commercial, Ardonagh, Gallagher and Amanda Blanc.
Will Browne of Ecclesiastical shares his guide to choosing the right provider to handle your schemes business.
Alastair Christopherson, group managing director at The County Group, shares his reflections on 2019 and how brokers should be preparing for the year ahead.
Consolidators have shifted to concentrate on the smaller end of the broking sector, Martin Friel investigates why
Andrew Brown-Allan, CMO at Carrot Insurance, explains his year in insurance and what we can expect next.
This month brought about the return of Amanda Blanc to insurance as she accepted roles at Aviva, ERS, and Trov.
Endsleigh’s five-year contract with rival software provider SSP, signed in May 2018, is unaffected by the deal.
David Martin, head of retail management at Zurich UK, looks back at 2019 and Ashwin Mistry, chairman at Brokerbility, looks forward to 2020.
Clive Ellis, director of Sedgwick Private Clients, discusses how social media has changed the needs of high net worth clients.
The closure of 14 branches by Marsh Commercial caught the attention of readers in November, as Insurance Age announced the Top 100 independent brokers for 2019.
In a turbulent year that has seen industry bosses called out as racist and sexist, Chartered Insurance Institute CEO Sian Fisher considers how the sector has performed when it comes to improving diversity and inclusion.
Regulator says fraudsters are using details of authorised firm MEM Insurance Brokers to target people in the UK.
Readers were most interested by the decision of MS Amlin to exit nine lines of business following a strategy review.
The CEO of UK retail at Gallagher tells Insurance Age his highlights of 2019.
Regulator is looking to extend the principles of open banking to other sectors including general insurance.
Ann Peel, technical consultant at Insurance Compliance Services, discusses the potential impact of the FCA's latest interventions.
The arrival of Autumn brought a turbulent month for the industry, with several big name departures and arrivals.
Tracey, who is chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Insurance and Financial Services, got 65.9% of votes in North Warwickshire and Bedworth.
The Be Wiser boss reflects on the top insurance issues of 2019 and shares his predictions for the industry in 2020.
Readers were most interested by closures at Swinton in August, as PIB announced its intention to seek a new investor by 2021.
The Belfast-based company has purchased Hale Kavanagh.
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CEO James Twining says the broker is "currently not in a sales process" following speculation it had been in talks with Gallagher.
In July, the market was shocked by the departure of Amanda Blanc from Zurich after only nine months in the CEO EMEA role.