Firm has seen an number of employment changes as it works to merge the two brokers following PIB's acquisition of Lorica in March last year.
John Thompson has held the role, which includes responsibility for Alesco, on an interim basis since last year, replacing Simon Matson.
Ian Mason, of Gowling WLG, considers the impact of the compensation limit increase to £350,000.
Firm denies immediate plans to list as former Hastings MD Michael Lee joins the business.
Sutton Specialist Risks's John Ludley and Equipsme's Matthew Reed discuss why brokers need to up their game on benefits packages to attract young talent to the industry.
Michael Whitfield from CPP UK discusses why brokers should be moving cyber risk up the agenda for their SME customers.
Looking after employees’ mental wellbeing makes sound business sense, says Simon Cooter
The fight for equality in recruitment, pay and pensions is an ongoing battle, explains Sian Fisher
Penny James, CFO at the insurer is set to take the helm from 9 May this year.
MUM Underwriting’s Charles Manchester outlines how the MGA market has developed and clarifies their role in relation to brokers.
Insurance Age content director Jonathan Swift mulls whether insurance broking needs to go back to its beginnings to find the right blend for future success.
Brokerbility’s Ashwin Mistry considers how the recent row about the quality of cyber products could be interpreted by customers.
Recruitment and talent acquisition is causing an industry-wide headache. Matt Munro at iGO4 Insurance explores how tech can change the landscape.
Roger Flaxman, of Flaxmans, explores the insurance issues for the growing self-storage industry.
Broker Sara Bevan advocates for women-only events to encourage gender balance in insurance
Langley shares her route into insurance, the advice she gives as a mentor and why she is proud of working in the industry but pushing it to do more.
With the launch of Biba’s 2019 manifesto, CEO Steve White outlines the challenges facing insurance
Lewis joined the provider in January 2015 and will be replaced by Scott Egan.
Brokers with food and drink manufacturing clients need to help them ensure they are product-recall ready if an error in their allergen controls occur, says CFC's Natasha Catchpole.
She will take up the newly created role on 1 March and focus on transforming and simplifying the provider's operations.
He stepped down as executive CEO of Brightside last July.
He joins as managing director.
Verlingue explains the history of the family-owned French firm and shares his thoughts on buying during Brexit uncertainty, organic growth, servicing clients and heli-skiing.
Paul Emery is heading up the private client division at the Marsh-owned broker.