Waseem Malik is joining Aviva in March 2022, replacing Dave Lovely who recently left the provider.
Avid's Steve Duxbury discusses how the market for GAP insurance has changed since the FCA's 2015 thematic review and argues that it is set for accelerated growth.
Amir Sethu will be responsible for both the continued development and implementation of MS Amlin’s ESG strategy.
The tool can help businesses to understand the financial risk of a cyber attack.
The “sensible streamlining” changes are designed to improve the speed and allow FCA senior managers to start civil and crimimal proceedings, cancel permissions and address individual authorisation.
It is the latest in a raft of management changes at the insurer following a restructure.
MCE criticised the regulator earlier this week after its Gibraltar-based insurance arm went into run-off.
Insurer says it has transformed the way it handles flood claims for both direct and broker business following a warning by the Environment Agency (EA) that the UK must “adapt or die” to climate change.
Andrew Cheney talks to Insurance Age about the dangers of underinsurance in the HNW property arena and what brokers can do to help.
Activist group Market Forces is attacking the provider for refusing to rule out insuring the Adani Carmichael coal mine in Australia, in the latest climate protest aimed at the insurance industry.
MCE condemns GFSC for applying capital add-ons on its Gibraltar-based insurance company, which went into run-off on 5 November.
Its latest risk report shows businesses are facing a "complex web" of interconnected risks.
The insurer develops staff proposition by improving its maternity and adoption, paternal, and shared parental leave policies.
Ursula Wyman joins the insurer’s commercial business and its executive committee, succeeding Tim Yorke, who will be leaving the business at the end of the month.
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The CMA launched a merger inquiry into the $3.25bn takeover in October.
The Gibraltar-based business went into run-off on 5 November, citing difficulties with Solvency II, while the UK-headquartered division of the company has signed a fresh capacity deal with Sabre.
Julian Enoizi is to step down in Spring 2022 after leading the terrorism reinsurer for eight years, with Pool Re stating that the process of finding his successor has begun.
The offering adds to is distribution and customer management proposition and is designed for brokers and MGAs.
MCE boss Julian Edwards says Solvency II favours larger insurers as he discusses the broker's capacity deal with Sabre.
Bower-Dyke tells Insurance Age about his plans for the new venture and discusses why he believes there was a gap in the market for quality advice.
Products and digitisation are key priorities for the retail CEO who joined the insurer in 2020.
As customers go down the electric vehicle route, Insurance Age has asked industry experts to outline the impacts and challenges that EVs bring within the commercial space.
Opening statements were heard today and yesterday in the trial which centres around accusations of misuse of confidential information and breach of contract.