Craig Thornton, insurance lead at Lloyds Banking Group considers the role of the sector during the pandemic.
Andrew Carrier has been appointed CUO as co-CUO management structure is dissolved with specialty and reinsurer leads to exit.
Half year results highlight how motor provider has been affected by coronavirus as profit increases and COR improves.
The legal expenses provider's COR worsened to 99.2% over the year while GWP fell slightly.
Cliff has been appointed chairman of the firm which specialises in the social housing sector, travel and associated insurance and property insurance.
GWP was up by 9% in the first half of 2020, while the provider's COR worsened to 101.1%.
ACSO's Matthew Maxwell Scott says claims numbers cannot continue to be cited as the reason for increasing car insurance premiums and urges the insurance sector to cooperate to improve the customer claims journey.
The former Ageas boss takes over after Blanc's move to become Aviva CEO.
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Andy Pomfret will succeed Patrick Snowball, who is stepping down on 1 September.
The business bought trade credit brokers Credit and Business Finance in March 2019 and Credit Risk Solutions in October 2017.
Provider says its offering is now available to mid-market companies.
The MGA, which specialises in the construction, leisure and commercial sectors, brings £20m of GWP to Ardonagh and will operate within Geo Specialty Group.
The provider also saw a 400% increase in webinar attendance as brokers grappled with challenges arising from the pandemic.
Following Broker Extra in July, Insurance Age caught up with one of the speakers, Aviva chief distribution officer Phil Bayles, to discuss some of the key topics that came out of the event
CEO Tulsi Naidu points to positive working relationships with brokers throughout a "time of great stress" as she maintains that the provider is "very well positioned" for the future.
The action group, which is also a claimant in the FCA BI test case, started legal proceedings against Hiscox earlier this year after the provider rejected coronavirus-related business interruption claims.
The Australian insurer pointed to opportunities in the London and UK markets.
The temporary rules and guidance will now be in place until 31 October, while the FCA notes it is looking at making aspects of the measures permanent.
CEO Penny James comments on the provider's Covid-19 strategy as COR improves but in-force policies reduce.
2020 COR for the first half of the year was 83.0% compared to 92.3% on H1 2019.
Driverless vehicles are revolutionising the agricultural sector. MS Amlin explains how this is impacting insurance.
The provider reported a result after tax of £22.8m compared to £45.4m in H1 2019.
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