Insurance Age - Insurance Age February 2016

Sian Fisher welcomed as new CII boss

Incoming CEO’s determination, focus and industry experience will be of “immense value”, senior figures have said, as well as praising Sandy Scott’s tenure in charge of the professional body

Broker Apprentice 2015: Showcasing talent

Broker Apprentice 2015 winner Charlie Barrett and chief judge on the show John O’Roarke share their experiences of the highs and lows on this year’s journey to find a champion

Ups and downs, ins and outs

The weather had a sting in the tail for insurance in 2015 and the EU referendum may be the biggest storm on the horizon in 2016, says Paul Upton

Keeping informed

Making better use of management information can help to maximise the potential and value of your business, explains Virgil Toher

Power hour: The caring economy

With ever increasing pressure on charity funding, many are cutting costs but, as our panel of experts testify, scrimping on insurance is a false economy and brokers need to help educate the sector

Profile: Owning the brand

Joint managing director general insurance – UK retail at Howden, Stuart Rootham, on Hyperion’s takeover of R K Harrison and why acquisition is not the only route to growth

In-depth: Keeping it personal

The highly competitive personal lines space is no stranger to change. With further developments in technology and regulation, we examine the issues brokers and insurers are facing and what the opportunities are

Protect your interests

Restrictive covenants can be useful to protect your business when employees leave, but only if they’re imposed properly, says Beverley Sunderland

Broking success: Kings of the road

The Plan team are cycling mad (a signed Bradley Wiggins jersey hangs on the wall). MD Ryan Georgiades tells Insurance Age about the vehicle-focused broker’s move into pedal bikes

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