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Recruitment expert Stuart McKenna of HRC Recruitment explores the dearth of account handlers available to brokers.
There has been a lot of chat about how Axa might fill Amanda Blanc’s distinctive shoes but no real suggestions as to who could take her place. Siân Barton writes.
Luker Rowe’s Caroline Hanson who is part of the CII’s New Generation Group explores how the sector can help people pay for care into old age.
Weil will be succeeded by Chris Lay who was most recently CEO of Marsh Canada.
Having found Angela McCluskie’s blog on marine cargo insurance interesting and thought-provoking, John Potter shares his thoughts on how the market may develop.
She will succeed Gary Shaughnessy who is stepping down from a full-time role.
Allianz’s Nick Hobbs talks brokers through how to get the best from their underwriters.
Angela McCluskie of Fiducia pushes against creeping commoditisation in marine cargo and tells brokers there are opportunities for the taking in this complex market.
Former Howden and Gallagher boss takes up non-executive director role.
Beckett, instrumental in re-branding and restructuring the group, will exit the role in September.
Chairman to leave on 23 March having stepped down from MD role in January.
Robinson previously worked as MD for Global Risk Solutions at RSA.
Brian Walters warns brokers not to underestimate the challenges of breaking into and growing in the PMI market.
Previous boss Ian Barclay left last July.
Nigel Meyer joins from Brit.
John Byrne of regulation experts Corlytics controversially argues that brokers could see worse from the regulator and says the market should learn from the “painful lessons” in banking.
Former Integro leads have joined the (re)insurance broking and advisory firm to develop a specialty and wholesale platform.
Emmanuel Kenning looks at two conflicting stories as brokers frown and smile about the future.
Former QBE claims boss replaces Ashton West who is retiring.
The trouble with client money: One Call’s fine has put the rules back in the spotlight and brokers should be ready for scrutiny, says Ann Peel
Ex-Towergate leader Nathan moves from Primary Group.
Out of uncertainty: Jon Dye looks behind the headline of a recent survey that found declining optimism among brokers and shares his reasons for being upbeat
Dominic Carter of Insurance United Against Dementia explores how brokers and insurers can do more to help an overlooked market.