Janice Deakin, corporate sales director at Aviva UK general insurance, is busy explaining to brokers Aviva's strategy as it seeks to push up rates and keep commissions under control, writes Andrew Tjaardstra.
Griffiths and Armour has a rich history that has helped establish it as one of the best-regarded brokers among insurers, writes Andrew Tjaardstra.
William Heneker, a director at London-based chartered surveyor Lamberts, tells PB about his company's insurance broking requirements.
Andrew Tjaardstra meets Martin Oliver, managing director at Barbon Insurance, to discuss doomed property services company Erinaceous and some strong views on management.
Niche specialism and expertise are complementary according to the brothers running Lloyd's professional indemnity specialists PYV, writes Emmanuel Kenning.
With a track record of successful leadership, Swinton's front man has decided it is time to step down as CEO. However, as Martin Friel finds out, Patrick Smith still intends to do a bit of back-seat driving in his role as chairman
Ian Gosden, managing director of Higos Insurance, is working closely with clients to prevent the importance of insurance being diluted by lowbrow advertising.
'Location, location, location' is a cliché, though an apt one to describe a core tenet of this Scottish regional broker's success, writes Andrew Tjaardstra.
Terry Whittaker cuts to the chase with Martin Friel: he doesn't suffer fools gladly and robustly defends QBE's pricing strategy, but is also prepared to expose his human side
Andrew Tjaardstra meets Jerry Clayton, managing director of Woodham Ferrers-based LFC Insurance Group, which has refinanced after moving to an Australian bank.
Jessica Pothering experience's RSA CEO Adrian Brown's infectious enthusiasm first hand
A major transformation for this independent, regional insurance broker has taken place over the last two years, writes Andrew Tjaardstra.
Andrew Tjaardstra speaks to chairman Clive Galbraith and managing director Duncan Coleman of Green Campbell Fisk, who are bucking a slowing trend in acquisitions
Victorious in his bid to head up Bluefin, Stuart Reid is quietly confident that he knows best when it comes to leading Axa's broking arm to success. Martin Friel hears how the CEO intends to grow the business, get the public onside and prove the company…
Andrew Tjaardstra talks to Aaron Devitt and Mike Lawton, who are the front line in driving RSA's commercial UK strategy as it adopts a more aggressive approach to sales to increase its broker activity
A team player with complete belief in his staff, John O'Roarke talks to Michelle Worvell about how the general insurance market has changed, regrets he has had along the way and his vision to bring LV into the public spotlight
Andrew Tjaardstra meets Paul Moors, chairman of Bollington and of the Manchester British Insurance Brokers' Association committee in his firm's north-west hometown. Moors talks to PB in the lead up to the Biba conference in Manchester in May
Dominic Burke has proved his worth as JLT group CEO by leading the company through tumultuous times with sheer determination and passion. Martin Friel finds out what has been at the top of his agenda for success
Insurance Age deputy editor Martin Friel talks to Grant Ellis, CEO of the Broker Network Group about...
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He may no longer be the firebrand of old, but having resurrected Heath Lambert, Adrian Colosso has shown he has lost none of his steely resolve. Martin Friel asks him about the past five turbulent years and his vision for the future