News editor Ida Axling and editor Siân Barton look over the top stories for the week.
Move follows Gallagher’s UK specialty management reshuffle which also saw Tom Downey take over the Pen CEO role from Jonathan Turner.
Jonathan Turner moves from Pen to take on UK specialty CEO post as broker creates new head of business development role taken up by John Thompson.
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Profit for the broking segment grew by 25%.
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Consolidator says the move follows a significant expansion of its regional branch network as a result of various acquisitions, including Stackhouse Poland.
Gallagher's UK boss Simon Matson addressed last year's "unfortunate" Gallagher v Ardonagh court case for the first time as he discussed the broker's full acquisition of Capsicum Re alongside CEO Rupert Swallow.
Business was founded in 2013 by Grahame Chilton and Rupert Swallow through a strategic partnership with Gallagher.
This year's top stories featured MS Amlin, Tokio Marine Kiln, Marsh Commercial, Ardonagh, Gallagher and Amanda Blanc.
Readers were most interested by the decision of MS Amlin to exit nine lines of business following a strategy review.
The CEO of UK retail at Gallagher tells Insurance Age his highlights of 2019.
The arrival of Autumn brought a turbulent month for the industry, with several big name departures and arrivals.
CEO James Twining says the broker is "currently not in a sales process" following speculation it had been in talks with Gallagher.
The first month of Spring was dominated by the staff poaching case between Ardonagh and Gallagher.
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The reinsurance broker was founded in 2013 by Grahame Chilton and Rupert Swallow.
CEO also discusses Ardonagh’s latest set of financial results, organic growth and acquisition plans.
Simon Matson has finally apologised after comments he made about exiting employees, described as racist and abusive were highlighted in court papers, but is it enough?
The Gallagher boss was revealed to have called one former employee a “fat complicated arab” after staff poaching court case papers came out.
Michael Rea reveals how the HNW specialist has fitted into the business as deal takes Gallagher’s UK retail GWP to $2.5bn.
The Insurance Age team unpick the most popular news stories of the week, including the Gallagher/Ardonagh court case.
Experts are concerned about the case's impact on the reputation of insurance. Nawaf Hasan has also requested an apology from Gallagher after "fat complicated arab" comments.
Staff poaching claims brought against Ardonagh were dismissed in Friday’s judgment but one case of solicitation was upheld.