As Spring continued, communications by CEOs to the market drew the most interest from readers, including those from Axa and RSA.
What hit the headlines as we moved into the second month of the year?
Siân Barton and Ida Axling discuss this week's most popular news stories, including a restructure at MS Amlin and redundancies at RSA.
It is believed that broker-facing roles will be impacted.
Inaugural awards event was held on 14 November by Insurance Age and Insurance Post.
Provider also revealed that it spent £8m restructuring its UK business during Q3.
Aviva gets best overall satisfaction score, while RSA comes out on top when looking only at performance in accounts.
Dual will continue to underwrite enquiries from its own distribution channels as well as all enquiries received by Aviva.
Analyst firm Peel Hunt highlighted Direct Line, RSA and Saga as particularly vulnerable.
Data from the Financial Conduct Authority highlighted the most complained about providers and brokers.
The individual stole nearly £18,000 from the CMC and attempted to steal approximately £17,000 more.
Market welcomes the provider’s move to combine its commercial divisions and attempt to simplify its offering
The Sunday Times reports that RSA group CEO Stephen Hester is on the shortlist as HSBC searches for a new leader.
George Culmer has previously worked at Lloyd's Banking Group, RSA, Zurich and Prudential.
InsurTech Futures: Simon Logan, who has also worked as head of legal at RSA, moves to start-up Inshur following its partnership with Uber.
CEO says move will create efficiencies and does not deny that it may lead to redundancies but explains the aim is to bring clarity to brokers following feedback that RSA's current structure is hard to deal with.
The merge of CRS and GRS follows provider's decision to reduce its London market and specialty risks portfolios.
Building a broker: CEO Brendan McManus and CFO Ryan Brown reflect on ‘start-up’ PIB’s first years, explain why it isn’t a consolidator and reveal why staff retention and integration are key to the broker’s acquisition strategy
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Insurers have revealed the impact from the change in the discount rate to -0.25%.
The CEO for UK & International is awaiting full year numbers ahead of any celebration as UK COR improves to 94%.
Conran has previously worked for Allianz and her appointment follows a number of changes in RSA's GRS division.
Following Tara Waite's appointment as CEO, Owen Thomas and Jon Howells join the company from RSA and Close Brothers respectively.
He will remain in his current position at Ardonagh.