Brokers say incoming Hiscox CEO will need to tackle reputation issues following BI row

Bronek Masojada

Experts note Bronek Masojada, who is stepping down as Hiscox group CEO later this year, has built a business focused on quality, but some want to see a stronger broker focus as they say successor Aki Hussain's challenge will be to "win back the trust" of its customers.

Brokers have stated that outgoing Hiscox boss Bronek Masojada has built a good quality business during his 21 years at the helm.

The provider announced last month that Masojada will be retiring from the role of Hiscox group chief executive officer at the end of this year.

John Sims, chairman and CEO of Vizion Insurance Brokers, described Masojada as “one of the good guys”, adding: “I’ve got a long history with Bronek and I’ve always had a good relationship with him.”

He noted that the fallout

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