Insurance Age is calling for the UK's best brokers to showcase their skills at the UK Broker Awards.
Ida Axling and Siân Barton address the top news pieces over the past five days.
Festival urging the insurance industry to take action on diversity and inclusion returns for the fifth year.
The CII-led society has published guides on the dark web and smart water and is also set to participate the Biba conference this May.
Broker Sara Bevan advocates for women-only events to encourage gender balance in insurance
Langley shares her route into insurance, the advice she gives as a mentor and why she is proud of working in the industry but pushing it to do more.
Document has 30 calls to action and 26 commitments.
The experts share their views on SM&CR as well as diversity and inclusion.
Bruce Stevenson calls for industry-wide action on diversity and says all brokers should have a specially appointed officer to drive change.
New campaign calling for action launched as festival has gathered global momentum.
As this year's Dive In Festival takes place, Ida Axling calls on the industry to change its ways.
ABI research shows there are 60% fewer women at board level and that the biggest single reason for seniority gaps is motherhood.
Following Zurich’s making the Stonewall top global employers list Steve Collinson, head of HR at the insurer, reflects on what steps companies can take to create a more diverse and inclusive workplace.
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.
Siân Barton asks: Are women working in insurance really worth 24% less than men?
Festival for diversity and inclusion is to take place on 25 to 27 September and focus on time and action.
Geldard on why the broker market resembles a family, acquisitions and gender diversity in the insurance sector.
Trade body commits to 40% of its senior management team being women.
Research by the ABI shows 78% of firms have a diversity and inclusion strategy, as trade body highlights "good intentions are not enough".
Insurance needs to change its “pale, male and stale” image and allow more women into the boardrooms, writes Ida Axling.
Fisher responded to claims on public forum Glassdoor about staff turnover, spending and the controversial sale of Aldermanbury.
Following Katherine Bryant’s blog on Women in Finance, Zurich was praised for its commitment to promoting women. The insurer’s Sophie Timms explains what it is doing and why.
Siân Barton explores the impact of ingrained sexism in the insurance sector and reveals the incident that prompted her to speak out.
Businesses need to change their entire culture before achieving diverse executive boards, insurers have said.