Elliot has invested in the insurance and travel provider.
Course completion will shorten the journey for the CII’s qualifications, such as ACII.
Tokio Marine HCC’s Julian Goodall considers the snappily-named clause developed to iron out liability issues in construction.
Current incumbent, Paul Drake, is set to retire from his role at Marsh-subsidiary, Victor Insurance UK.
Company says it had believed the rate would end up between 0 and 1%, as Biba states move to -0.25% is "nowhere near enough".
The Lord Chancellor and Justice Secretary, David Gauke, eventually settled on a minus 0.25% Ogden rate.
The proposition includes a cyber incident response plan builder.
Consultation includes proposals to signpost details of travel insurance firms who can cover consumers with more serious conditions.
Broker has had its deadline extended several times, but FSCS says "good progress" has been made in recent days.
Government has changed the rate from -0.75% to -0.25%, which is a smaller rise than what was generally expected.
The increase is not as generous as many had expected.
The Future at Lloyd’s prospectus was launched in May and includes six “transformational” proposals.
Report slams the loyalty penalty among other issues to be tackled in the financial services, water, energy and telecoms sectors.
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Premium Credit also issued Gefion with an ultimatum for cutting business ties.
Dye takes over from Amanda Blanc, who resigned last week.
Move follows Ageas' decision to close its Stoke operations and the majority of the staff currently facing redundancy will be offered employment under the Autonet brand.
Telematics broker to be part of Markerstudy's retail and affinity division.
Blanc resigned from the EMEA CEO role at the provider last week.
Festival promoting diversity and inclusion will explore mental health and the issue of bullying and harassment.
Research from Aviva also shows brokers fear technology will replace the human broker.
The regulator made a £25.4m surplus but struggled to appropriately remunerate female and ethnic minority employees.
Move is the latest step in Lloyd’s attempts to tackle its ongoing culture problems, following a string of sexual harassment reports.
Premium finance provider has had unrated Gefion under "active review" since October and says move follows the various actions imposed by the Danish regulator, including the restatement of Gefion's solvency ratio.