As Mental Health Awareness Week draws to a close Insurance Age asks what employers are doing for the people keeping the industry moving as they cope with Covid-19.
Brightside's Brendan McCafferty calls for a guiding light for the sector and warns that, if the market fails to get its Covid-19 response right, there could be hell to pay.
Insurance Age finds out how Brightside COO Richard Beaven has adapted to changes in working practices amid the Covid-19 outbreak.
Brokers say they are sharing experiences with each other to "protect the broking profession" as they explore new ways of working from home and reveal their favourite platforms to stay connected.
Updated: The largest brokers in the UK revealed measures in place to protect staff and customers from coronavirus.
By Sharon Bishop, of Close Brothers Premium Finance, on building personal lines broking success.
Former Brightside CEO joins the firm’s strategic advisory council, alongside Fresh Insurance founder, Lisa Powis.
Move follows Bence's exit from Brightside in August.
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CEO Brendan McCafferty says business is set to invest as it reports growth in adjusted Ebitda, broking revenue and GWP.
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The Insurance Age team unpick the most recent and most popular stories.
Derek Henry, formerly of Ardonagh Group, will join the broker in September.
Former Ardonagh deputy CEO Janice Deakin has stepped back at the consolidator and vowed that she needs a ‘break’ from big deals having worked on the acquisition of Swinton, but added the idea of acting as a non-executive director at another firm…
MD Trevor Bowers on launching more products, working with brokers and implementing a virtual insurer model.
The former Brightside CEO has been appointed as an NED alongside Sir Mark Boleat as chairman.
Siân Barton and Aara Syed discuss the most popular stories on Insurance Age this week.
Cliff was CEO at the broker until July 2018 when he moved to a NED role.
Brightside said the management change was made to build stronger and deeper relationships with distribution partners in an increasingly digitised sector.
Former Markerstudy group commercial director joins the premium finance firm's advisory board.
Could a torrent of news about redundancies, buys, partnerships and losses indicate big changes to come?
He stepped down as executive CEO of Brightside last July.
The broker originally planned to go live with the MGA, which is targeting £20 - £25m GWP in the first year, in September 2017 but it was delayed due to changes to the Ogden rate.
Forget having a summer playlist! July 2018 saw brokers more interested with who topped Allianz's “hit list” and Axa's replacement for Amanda Blanc, along with finally having a date for the senior managers’ regime.