Aara Syed questions how far insurance has come in its treatment of women.
Commissioning editor Laurence Eastham reflects on his first month in the insurance industry.
Once upon a time you could not keep Cobra out of the news. Insurance Age content director Jonathan Swift reflects on how the business regrouped almost by stealth to become the latest important part of the PIB growth story.
Siân Barton urges the sector to sign up to the three Insurance Cares pledges to help vulnerable customers with dementia.
Tokio Marine HCC’s Colin Brown explains how the world of work is changing and why PI providers must respond.
Sutton Specialist Risks's John Ludley and Equipsme's Matthew Reed discuss why brokers need to up their game on benefits packages to attract young talent to the industry.
Michael Whitfield from CPP UK discusses why brokers should be moving cyber risk up the agenda for their SME customers.
MUM Underwriting’s Charles Manchester outlines how the MGA market has developed and clarifies their role in relation to brokers.
Roger Flaxman, of Flaxmans, explores the insurance issues for the growing self-storage industry.
First Central Insurance & Technology Group’s Jonathan Davison explores why data is as crucial for brokers as it is for insurers.
In an excellent piece in The Times last month was a reference to a suggestion – that renewal invitations should in fact have three prices on them.
Is the appointment of David Martin from Allianz the first pointer of what brokers can expect from Amanda Blanc's Zurich?
Axa’s David Williams explores the impact of autonomous vehicles on the commercial fleet space and outlines how brokers can best prepare.
The frustration is that insurance has so much to be proud of.
Livingbridge’s Xavier Woodward explains why insurers and brokers need a new approach.
Ah, the pre-Budget blog. Where nothing is wrong and nothing is right because it’s all ifs, buts and maybes in the exciting game of “imagine if”.
Jonathan Swift reflects on the long and bumpy road to an amicable divorce for Swinton and former owner Covéa.
As this year's Dive In Festival takes place, Ida Axling calls on the industry to change its ways.
Emmanuel Kenning looks at a lack of professionalism so eye watering and stupid that frankly it burns.
The ABI’s latest research on insurance fraud in the UK did not use the phrase “ghost broking” but it did reference a fraudster being jailed for selling fake motor insurance policies.
GovGrant’s Luke Hamm argues that brokers must be aware of the government support for research and development that is available to them.
Jonathan Swift ponders how a potential sale of Ageas could work as the rumour mill shouts ever louder about the insurer being on the market.
Following the launch of Biba’s industry standardised Toba, Ida Axling calls on insurers to listen to what the brokers want.
After the CII revealed a big gender pay gap, Charlotte Halkett, of buzzvault, explained why she is sick of lack of female representation in the insurance sector.