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
Picking up the pieces: Brokers begin the year working to rebuild the industry’s reputation
Aston Lark’s Peter Blanc explores how brokers can overcome one of the biggest obstacles in insurance – customer expectation and the reality of claims
Petra Velzeboer discusses why now is the time to focus on a strategic approach to mental health in the workplace and move past awareness initiatives.
There is no place for ruthless self-interest in 2021 and businesses should learn from the coronavirus vaccine roll out that collaboration will be key over the next 12 months, says Charlotte Halkett.
The pandemic was a clear sign for all that the broker must embrace a tech culture, writes Principal MD Dave Bowcock.
Opinion: CDL's Nigel Phillips on how the pandemic is changing the way businesses interact with customers
Beyond self-service: Coronavirus is accelerating the shift to a new era of customer engagement, say Nigel Phillips
Ignite Systems MD Toby MacLachlan discusses what can go wrong after the FCA signalled its intent to ban dual pricing practises in the home and motor insurance markets earlier this year.
Why investing in employee tech training is essential: Insurers and brokers should re-skill employees to stay relevant, says Zurich’s John Keppel
Healthy business: Looking after staff wellbeing has never been more important, argues QBE’s Steve Field
CFC cyber claims manager Ashley Burdon discusses how cyber claims play out in real-time.
Jaime Swindle discusses key findings from Bravo Group’s latest series of economic-focused white papers and explains how resilience will see brokers through the dark days of winter