In July, the market was shocked by the departure of Amanda Blanc from Zurich after only nine months in the CEO EMEA role.
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Motor income ticked upwards slightly but other non-life lines have fallen.
The Insurance Age team unpick the most popular news stories of the week, including the Gallagher/Ardonagh court case.
Provider creates three new directors of distribution roles as it aims to grow in the broker and partnership channels.
He reflects on 40 years in insurance ahead of his retirement as the insurer considers future of broker distribution director role.
Insurer will reveal Chris Dobson’s replacement by the end of the year.
InsurTech Futures: The car insurance app aims to reduce costs for young drivers.
Insurers have revealed the impact from the change in the discount rate to -0.25%.
UK CEO Andy Watson says insurer is to focus on growth after restructuring and exiting unprofitable schemes, as he discusses why he does not think the government has "covered itself in glory" when setting the new discount rate.
The much-debated discount rate was reset at -0.25% this week, but how did we get to this point and what is the background to this highly explosive issue? Insurance Age outlines the key touchstones
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Move follows Ageas' decision to close its Stoke operations and the majority of the staff currently facing redundancy will be offered employment under the Autonet brand.
Seaway Insurance Consultants' Chris Howell reviews Cavere's Residential & Contents Insurance product
Is the raft of recent redundancies at providers a coincidence or part of a larger trend in the industry?
Platform goes live with eleven insurers and will hold industry data on suspected fraudsters and professional enablers.
Policy is underwritten by Ageas and has been made available to the broker market.
Waite was previously at RSA and most recently CEO of Wonga. She is joined on the Ageas boards by Jeremy Hayes.
Provider says it aims to build stronger relationships with brokers and grow its commercial lines business.
Ida Axling and Siân Barton address the top news pieces over the past five days.
The arrangement extends the firms' existing partnership by five years.
Boisseau retired from Ageas in December last year and joins Angus Winther as a new NED on Ecclesiastical's board.
Following a consultation about the closures of Port Solent and Stoke-on-Trent centres Ageas expects 430 redundancies.