Wilson has been with the insurer since January 2013.
Breaking the trend: Commoditisation, consolidation and digitisation are changing the face of broking, says Joe Austin
Ringing the changes: Is insurance facing the same old problems? Clare Ryder revisits the market
Ed Hannan joins in newly created role, which follows Coversure's MBO in May this year.
Jonathan Swift reflects on the long and bumpy road to an amicable divorce for Swinton and former owner Covéa.
Martin Bridges becomes corporate affairs manager with Shaune Worrall recruited as technical services manager.
He takes on responsibility for Catlin Underwriting Agencies and XL Catlin Insurance Company UK and replaces Paul Jardine who is set to leave XL Catlin later this year.
Sweeney previously worked at Zurich and left the insurer in 2017.
Nick Garner, of Financial and Legal Insurance, examines the FCA guidance on due diligence and argues that non-UK domiciled providers are not monitored with the rigour they should be.
Joe Grogan moves to be chairman of Marsh Ireland.
James Quin to succeed Jonathan Hill who retired from the insurer earlier this year.
Business also promotes Susan Adcock to chief operating officer.
Patel replaces James Dover who has left the business after 12 years.
Phillips on InsurTech, building the broker of tomorrow today and what comes next
Emmanuel Kenning looks at a lack of professionalism so eye watering and stupid that frankly it burns.
Beales leaves the insurer with immediate effect.
Ex-QBE boss to succeed Inga Beale.
Mills will be responsible for delivering ongoing wholesale insurance broker study.
Tony Tarquini of Pegasystems shares his view on how AI is changing insurance as well as the opportunities and potential pitfalls for brokers.
Lalley had been CIO at GRP for a year.
Amidst reports of growing complaints about telematics insurance, Matt Munro examines the facts
Ethics consultant Duncan Minty explores the issue of customer trust and pricing
Andre Symes, director at Genasys Technologies UK, on InsurTech hype and why it shouldn't be about becoming the insurance “Uber”.
The ABI’s latest research on insurance fraud in the UK did not use the phrase “ghost broking” but it did reference a fraudster being jailed for selling fake motor insurance policies.