CEO will depart in 2019 after five years in the role.
Caroline Wayman, of the Financial Ombudsman Service, explains how anybody can become vulnerable and calls on the market to drive awareness.
Certified forensic interviewer Chris Norris on how ghost brokers thrive on the internet and techniques to stop them.
The ABI highlighted its work around dual pricing this week. Siân Barton supports the crackdown by Biba and the ABI, particularly how it could help vulnerable customers.
He has taken the deputy global chief underwriting officer role at QBE Re and will begin the job in November this year.
The ABI’s director general writes exclusively for Insurance Age’s Insurance Cares campaign.
Stephanie Ogden leaving to work in Lloyd’s.
He was CEO at the software house when it suffered a huge outage in 2016.
The Sunday Times led the way this weekend with the news that Allianz is surveying the insurer smorgasbord and keen to fill its plate.
Derrick Potton, of Hiscox, calls for market wide correction to artificially low high net worth household rates.
Chilton to step down before the end of the year.
Ward takes on newly created role of executive chairman of specialty & international and MGA at the firm.
Lloyd's tips France but Ida Axling dreams of a different outcome.
Manser will take up the deputy CFO position at parent company Direct Line Group later this year.
Kendrick has been with the business for over 20 years.
SchemeServe’s John Price insists brokers should not rely on software houses to foster innovation.
Ardonagh’s Mike Newsome calls on the insurance market to implement Dementia Friends programmes.
Beazley targeting expansion across the UK.
Blanc is the first woman to chair the Association since it was formed more than 100 years ago.
David Howden remains with the firm as CEO of Hyperion Insurance Group.
Geldard on why the broker market resembles a family, acquisitions and gender diversity in the insurance sector.
Ashwin Mistry argues brokers who use unrated providers should pay higher fees
Last week Insurance Age exclusively revealed that Aviva has pulled GRP’s agency.
IPT is pushing some areas of the market from commission to fee, says Peter Blanc