Interview

Profile: Chris Guillaume, Open GI group CEO

Cracking the code: Following the acquisition of Transactor last year, Open GI group CEO Chris Guillaume explains what brokers can expect from the software house’s new proposition and tells how he went from “cutting code” to cutting deals

Profile: Julie Page, Aon Risk Solutions' CEO

CEO Julie Page explains how the “strong alignment” between Aon Risk Solutions and Hendersons drove the recent acquisition and why the industry still has to get to grips with equality and diversity

Profile: Levelling the playing field

Biba’s Graeme Trudgill and Andy Thornley tell Insurance Age why they are passionate about moulding a fairer system for their broker members and detail the intricacies of lobbying those in the corridors of power

Broking success: Marc Loud, Park Insurance

All the fun of the fair: Park Insurance’s partner Marc Loud explains how his firm, as well as writing more traditional lines, also works with circuses, fairgrounds, theme parks, barbershops and lap dancing bars

Broking success: Pedalcover's Darren Thomas

Racing along: Pedalcover’s managing director Darren Thomas explains why mixing business with a passion for cycling has been a career highlight and how the broker is planning to keep pedalling forward

Profile: This time it's personal

Eight leading lights from the personal insurance world tell Ida Axling what challenges the market faces and where the opportunities can be found

Newbie news: Vizion Insurance Brokers

New model broker: Bluefin founder Chris Blackham, former Chubb HNW lead John Sims, Trevor Davies, partner at Kennedy’s law firm and ex-rugby international Jeremy Guscott have teamed up to found Vizion

Broker Apprentice 2016: Meet the winner Craig Younger

Mastering the Broker Apprentice: After six exciting episodes, the Broker Apprentice has been crowned. Insurance Age catches up with chief judge LV Broker’s managing director Mike Crane and winner Craig Younger to find out how he triumphed

Profile: Gary Humphreys, Markerstudy

Making a mark: Markerstudy’s group underwriting director and second biggest shareholder Gary Humphreys tells Insurance Age about Brexit’s effect on regulation, acquisition strategies and the advantages of remaining unrated

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