A trio of senior departures at Aviva might have got tongues wagging but, as Jonathan Swift asserts, it might be more of a case of coincidence than carnage.
Brokers can lead the way on climate change, says Duncan Minty
Dave Ovenden, of Willis Towers Watson, considers how the industry can ensure commercial cover isn't left behind amid the tech revolution.
In a quarterly series, the team at PKF Littlejohn consider the impact of Brexit on UK insurance. In this first post, Howard Jones takes stock of where we are now.
The UK is tentatively opening up with a concert pilot taking place in Liverpool this weekend. Here CFC's Matt Helm considers how the insurance industry can help event operators to get back up and running.
Sicsic Advisory’s Nindy Mellett on how brokers can embed new conduct rules for better business
As pubs, restaurants, and bars re-open with the use of outdoor areas and pavement seating, brokers need to ensure insurers are in the loop or risk disappointment when it comes to a claim warns Tom Hill, executive director at Aqueous Underwriting.
Brokers are in demand, but what should you think about ahead of selling up? The Cripps Pemberton Greenish team outline some key considerations.
Clear Group’s Howard Lickens on why the big consolidators may be running out of brokers to buy
The Society of Insurance Broking’s Kevin Hancock explains that brokers must take a proactive role in rebuilding perceptions of insurance
Biba’s Mike Hallam outlines some key strategies for brokers to help them assess the financial strength of providers.
McLarens cyber expert Nigel Collins shares key insights about this developing sector from the claims space.
Caroline King, of Pen Underwriting, on why providers can no longer be ‘monochrome’ in their approach to commercial premises.
PKF Littlejohn's Chris Riley considers some of the wider implications of this week's Budget and flags that Capital Gains Tax remains a target despite staying unchanged for now.
Morphose Capital Partners’ Nick Atherton reveals how brokers can make the most of a post-pandemic uptick in M&A activity
Biba’s Steve White considers if regulators have gone too far in terms of the fees and levies they are asking for from insurance brokers
With cyber attacks growing in frequency, alongside stricter data regulation, Alex Haynes of CDL explains how brokers can ensure they don’t become victims of cyber criminals.
Large swathes of the UK’s SME sector have been ravaged by the coronavirus pandemic, but many have also been able to adapt, survive and reshape with the support of their brokers, writes Tom Hill, Executive Director at Aqueous Underwriting.
Stuart Kilpatrick, of Burns & Wilcox, a HW Kaufman company, considers how the tough market could evolve in a post-Covid world.
With the Budget looming, PKF Littlejohn’s tax lead, Chris Riley, gives Insurance Age readers a first look at his predictions and considers the tax threats to brokers including IPT, VAT, corporation tax and the EIS scheme.
Gallagher’s Claire Davies considers how the industry can begin to attract school leavers and make insurance a career choice instead of a happy accident.
Aviva’s Dave Carey discusses pandemic-related challenges for SMEs and what brokers and insurers can do to help.
James Hallam’s Colin Watts calls for common sense and explains that, during a long career in insurance, the risk of pandemic has never been proposed as an insurable product.
Atlanta Group’s Ian Donaldson explains why working to promote diversity is beneficial for all