Linda Courtney retiring after nearly 30 years with the insurer.
DirectLife’s Neil McCarthy argues the case for brokers adding protection for SME staff to their portfolio.
Amazon looks ready to enter the market – are you prepared? Siân Barton asks.
LV’s Milliner and Matt Patterson, of Admiral and David Baker, of Direct Line, have also been appointed to the fraud taskforce board.
The new boss on the travel specialist broker’s private equity backers, buying businesses and plans to double the firm organically
As the UK insurance sector descends on Manchester for the 2018 British Insurance Brokers' Association Conference, Jonathan Swift predicts some of the key talking points on the floor and in the bars around the venue.
Baxter becomes head of sales at insurtech firm.
Coffey appointed commercial director for Autonet and Carole Nash.
Vincent led sale of Transactor to Open GI in 2017.
Emmanuel Kenning shares his thoughts after the launch of the ABI and Biba initiative.
Former Arista MD Nick Watson joins with responsibility for broker marketing, development, the branch network and strategic partnerships.
Cooper had led the bank's insurance business since 2007.
He had been with the insurer in UK and Ireland since 2008.
There are no excuses - it's time for brokers to educate themselves on cyber, writes Ida Axling.
If brokers can’t get renewal transparency right, what else are they getting wrong? Branko Bjelobaba asks
Kath Mainon of Davies Group explains how technology is changing motor claims and outlines what the benefits to brokers could be.
The new rules coming into force later this month will have far-reaching impacts on brokers, says Vincent Rezzouk-Hammachi
Former Zurich boss leaves MD of private clients and consumer role at the broker.
Spoiler alert – this blog contains statistics.
Recruitment expert Stuart McKenna of HRC Recruitment explores the dearth of account handlers available to brokers.
There has been a lot of chat about how Axa might fill Amanda Blanc’s distinctive shoes but no real suggestions as to who could take her place. Siân Barton writes.
Luker Rowe’s Caroline Hanson who is part of the CII’s New Generation Group explores how the sector can help people pay for care into old age.
Weil will be succeeded by Chris Lay who was most recently CEO of Marsh Canada.
Having found Angela McCluskie’s blog on marine cargo insurance interesting and thought-provoking, John Potter shares his thoughts on how the market may develop.