As Phil Bayles becomes the latest Aviva senior manager to join Ardonagh, Jonathan Swift suggests that having built his 'brand' at the insurer, he is well primed to now make his mark in the broker space.
Move comes as Ardonagh Global Partners makes its first deal in the United States.
Resilium, a network with 150 ARs across Australia, has joined the consolidator.
Helene Madell will look after commercial risk solutions, health solutions, and affinity.
Co-CEO and founder Tara Falk will join the PSC board upon the deal’s completion.
Lloyd’s Bridge to work as online matching service between coverholders and underwriters.
Having secured £2.7m Series A funding from Committed Capital, Konsileo co-founder and CEO John Warburton tells Jonathan Swift how taking offence at consolidation and a digital role in Munich led him to start-up his own InsurTech broker
American broking giant buys all Wesfarmers’ insurance broking operations.
Howard Pearson confirms that the Lloyd's broker was not part of the IAG deal with Wesfarmers.
Former broker boss in global move to take up new commercial post.
Brightside Group has confirmed that director John Gannon will step down as of 31 May 2013 to return to his native Australia.
QBE is to cut up to 700 positions across Europe, Australia and the US over the next few years.
QBE has reported an 8% rise in net profit after tax to US$761m [£501.8m] for 2012 along with gross written premiums (GWP) of $18.4bn, up a modest 1% on 2011.
Insurance Australia Group's (IAG) half-year 2012 results were knocked by the performance of its recently-sold UK business.
Chris Hanks, general manager at Allianz Commercial has confirmed his retirement date from the provider as the end of June this year.
Insurance Australia Group (IAG) has confirmed the sale of Equity Red Star and its independent commercial brokers including Barnett & Barnett and NBJ in two separate deals.
Arista Insurance has moved to appoint Grant Twist as senior underwriter in its Midlands team in a bid to better serve the region.
Ecclesiastical has moved to reassure brokers following its disappointing results for the first six months of 2012.
Ecclesiastical has reported a group underwriting loss of £14.4m for the first six months of 2012.
Fitch has upheld the financial strength rating of Insurance Australia Group's (IAG) core operating subsidies at AA-.
Ecclesiastical has reported a pre-tax group loss of £7.7m for 2011, compared with £50.4m profit in 2010.
Former Footman James boss Paul Matthews has been recruited as CEO of JLT-owned Thistle Insurance Services.
Insurance Australia Group (IAG) has reported a loss of AU$7m (£4.77m) for the first half of the financial year 2012 for its UK division.
Credit rating agencies Fitch and AM Best have both reaffirmed their ‘excellent’ level ratings on QBE following it announcement on 12 January that group profits would be up to 50% lower than the $1.3bn (£834m) announced in 2010.