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.
Richard Hoskins retiring from the business.
First Central Insurance & Technology Group’s Jonathan Davison explores why data is as crucial for brokers as it is for insurers.
Tanya Giles, of insurer Atradius, explains why the cover is growing in importance as uncertainty over Brexit dominates.
André Symes from Genasys Technologies explains what APIs are and what brokers and insurers need to think about when starting their digital journeys.
She joins from Junction to replace Mark Holweger.
Swiss Re-owned firm anticipates IPO in 2019.
Insurer moves the role to Birmingham for the first time.
He takes the role from business founder James Hall who has become CEO.
Brokers are well placed to take advantage of the technology transforming the way customers buy insurance. Our panel of experts tell Martin Friel what challenges the industry faces
Darren Murphy explores how large M&A in the broker sector filters down into the regions.
Fairchild led the Network for four and a half years and will be succeeded by Des O’Connor.
The move follows its acquisition by BGC Partners in October.
Buying power: Consolidation is helping to support regional brokers, argues Peter Cullum
In an excellent piece in The Times last month was a reference to a suggestion – that renewal invitations should in fact have three prices on them.