The broker announced its commitment to reduce its plastic consumption, and offset the rest, aiming to curb the impact its business has on the environment.
Lloyd's reveals steps towards achieving net-zero across the industry after having been accused of 'shameless greenwashing' in a recent paint attack.
CEO Robert Organ highlighted how recent buy, PI specialist Insure Risk, was a good fit for the business and chats through its move to join Jensten.
Rory Best is set to take on a corporate leadership role in the global broking business.
The move follows Tasker becoming part of the Jensten Group earlier this year.
The activist group said it threw green paint over the Lloyd’s building to highlight “shameless greenwashing”.
The MGA says its improved cover will allow the company to support more complex risks.
Newly appointed CEO, Liz Latter, tells Insurance Age about the company's new personal lines offering and how MGAs and brokers can work together to support customers.
Results for H1 show GWP drop as motor specialist prioritises profitability over volume, joins Saga panel and flags creation of temporary insurance product in H2.
Brokers say senior exits at the provider lead to “some concern but also some opportunity” as the insurer is slammed for focusing on larger corporate consolidator relationships in recent months.
Gallagher had been set to buy £3.6bn of WTW assets including Willis Re as part of Aon/WTW divestment plans ahead of their proposed combination.
The Dublin-headquartered business will operate alongside Ardonagh Global Partners with plans to expand across Europe.
Provider reports a COR of 94% as GWP rises by 22%.
CEO Maurice Boyd tells Insurance Age how the recent WTW purchase came about and outlines the GRP-owned firm's future ambitions.
The portfolio will be integrated into GRP-owned ABL Group, doubling the Belfast-based broker's GWP to £107m.
The watchdog, which announced new rules earlier this year, is canvassing brokers about their readiness to implement the remedies.
As travel slowly starts to pick up again, Rachel Gordon investigates how specialist travel brokers have coped during the past 16 months of turmoil for this exclusive report.
The study shows it is time for a service rethink when it comes to the insurance relationship as 44% of respondents do not believe insurers understand their business.
Iprosurv's Rebecca Jones explains why drones can be a key tool in a broker's risk management and claims armoury.
The total amount fell by 15% from £224.4m in 2019/20 as the regulator also outlines its response to the pandemic and other actions taken last year in its annual report for 2020/21.
The Financial Conduct Authority published the document on its website alongside a table to show relevant declarations by policy type.
The broker also revealed a plan to triple its international turnover and to grow its position as a large independent European broker.
Industry experts say firms need to focus on fair value after the regulator reveals plans to be tough and forward-looking.
Insurance Age talked to brokers to find out what their plans for returning to the office are and what long term impacts they believe the pandemic will have on working environments.