Nigel Meyer joins from Brit.
John Byrne of regulation experts Corlytics controversially argues that brokers could see worse from the regulator and says the market should learn from the “painful lessons” in banking.
Former Integro leads have joined the (re)insurance broking and advisory firm to develop a specialty and wholesale platform.
Emmanuel Kenning looks at two conflicting stories as brokers frown and smile about the future.
Former QBE claims boss replaces Ashton West who is retiring.
The trouble with client money: One Call’s fine has put the rules back in the spotlight and brokers should be ready for scrutiny, says Ann Peel
Ex-Towergate leader Nathan moves from Primary Group.
Out of uncertainty: Jon Dye looks behind the headline of a recent survey that found declining optimism among brokers and shares his reasons for being upbeat
Dominic Carter of Insurance United Against Dementia explores how brokers and insurers can do more to help an overlooked market.
Mugge to focus on "key strategic initiatives" across the company as Antony Erotocritou steps into finance director role.
The government should bring discount rate clarity to the insurance industry without further delays, writes Ida Axling.
Dominic Christian becomes global chairman of Aon Benfield.
Tasker takes on newly created role after leaving Tasker Insurance Group in August last year.
RSA’s Steve Hedge looks at technology and traits for success in response to Insurance Age’s In-depth on MGAs.
Graeme Hamilton of Jackson Lee Underwriting explores the opportunities for brokers in the electric car and e-bike market.
Andrew Goodsell to step down and retire.
Emmanuel Kenning looks at innovation in the insurance market.
Bailey, a non-executive director at Chubb European Group, succeeds Lawrence Churchill.
Insurance Age content director Jonathan Swift reflects on an emerging trend in the UK InsurTech sector.
Insurance needs to change its “pale, male and stale” image and allow more women into the boardrooms, writes Ida Axling.
Craig Foster, of HomeServe Labs explains how brokers can take advantage of the Internet of Things phenomena.
Delays are not often welcome, but in the case of implementing the Insurance Distribution Directive it’s the best possible outcome, explains David Sparkes
If you can’t, won’t or don’t play by the rules expect to see money fly out of your wallet, writes Siân Barton
No replacement confirmed as Holweger relocates to the provider's US business.