Insurance Age - Dec/Jan 2017
Delivering diversity: There is still an imbalance in insurance when it comes to diversity, but the industry is working hard to correct it, says Sian Fisher
Brokers will be concerned that the now traditional third quarter falls in the Acturis Premium Index have happened again.
2016 and all that: Manchester Underwriting Management's Charles Manchester casts his eye over the political, economic and insurance events of this year.
Flying high: Lumley Insurance’s managing director John Lumley explains the HNW broker’s growth ambitions and how it reclaimed the family name
After 12 years of writing in Insurance Age and 57 years in the insurance industry, Tony Cornell says farewell.
Institute’s manifesto promises push on professional standards and a new broker member programme
Brokers warn that Liechtenstein insurer’s collapse is bad for the whole industry, not just its clients
Making a mark: Markerstudy’s group underwriting director and second biggest shareholder Gary Humphreys tells Insurance Age about Brexit’s effect on regulation, acquisition strategies and the advantages of remaining unrated
The managing director of Lumley Insurance takes on our broking minute challenge.
US broking giant agrees £295m takeover deal with Axa that will see Bluefin and Jelf combined
Markerstudy's Gary Humphreys talks Brexit and Solvency II.
As clients move from standard policies to mid and high net worth, brokers need to guide them through the confusing process of changing their cover as their circumstances improve
Simon Goddard, high net worth household senior underwriter at MS Amlin, outlines how brokers will remain important to clients, even in a world with technology and online trading
High net worth and ultra high net worth clients have a lot in common, but brokers have to up their service levels and get to grips with new specialisms when dealing with oligarchs and the international jet set
If job move stories were presents under the Christmas tree then insurers would certainly have a nice Fir, Spruce or Pine surrounded by boxes
As IPT is raised to 12%, many commentators wonder if a VAT-matched rate of 20% is on the cards
Technology is radically changing the way brokers should be approaching finding cover for commercial cars and vehicles, explains Edward Murray
With the winter weather finally upon us and the season of festivity fast approaching, the industry has graced the market with products that protect high ticketed items