CEO leaves as the insurer looks to new leadership in order to take the business to the “next level” in an “increasingly digital and data driven world”.
A Manifesto packed full of the trivial and trifling to create a better broking sector.
Ida Axling discusses the impact of driverless vehicles on the motor insurance industry and why brokers should act now.
Rob Townend to lead UK GI business with Phil Bayles taking on extra responsibility.
Ian Gosden becomes chair of the GRP-owned broker as Neil Thornton steps up to the interim managing director role.
New role part of revamped schemes unit as provider also hires former ERS chief operating officer Tim Yorke as director of transformation.
Ann Peel, technical consultant at Insurance Compliance Services, urges brokers to take action ahead of the implementation of the Insurance Distribution Directive.
McCafferty leaves with immediate effect after just under a year as UK CEO intermediated and direct following a restructure of Axa’s UK business.
Handover set to complete at end of March.
Scottish broker's founder George Stubbs moves into chairman role.
Siân Barton wonders how recent sell-offs may affect the shape of the market.
Clarke to take on the newly created role in April.
The former Towergate investor and CEO takes over from Eric Cater who becomes a non-executive director.
Business reveals wider restructure.
He replaces David Lidington and takes over the responsibility for how the discount rate is set.
Current chairman Mike Fairey to retire.
Swinton’s Anne Kirk argues that helping customers get informed about insurance is the key to retention.
Randell to take up role on 1 April.
Duggan, who joined Saga in September last year, has taken on the role of CEO for Saga Services.
Beale to take up the reins on 1 April.
Ant Gould, director of faculties at the CII to leave in the New Year.
Ex-police chief has been working with the broker on employee engagement and thought leadership since October.
Bluefin's £4m FCA fine has shaken the market and Ida Axling wonders whether this is just the first of many similar stories to come.
Jo Carlin of Simply Business, one of the only brokers to put its name to the charter, explains why they signed up.