Insurance Covid-Cast: Future of Insurance Work – Lesson learned to help Gen Y employees adjust to a new work/life balance post-pandemic
For the 33rd episode of Post and Insurance Age’s video series we gathered together a panel of senior HR and talent managers to discuss the feedback they have had from millennials about how they have experienced lockdown and how insurers might adapt in…
In the 28th episode of Post and Insurance Age’s video series we gathered together an expert panel to discuss how employers manage the return to the office, given many staff members might have anxieties about the ‘new normal’ - not least travelling to and…
Insurance Covid Cast – episode one: How has the industry’s reputation been impacted by its handling of the coronavirus epidemic?
In the first of a new series of video casts brought to you by Insurance Age and Insurance Post whilst our journalists are in isolation lockdown we discuss the sector’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic and what lasting impact it might have on its…
Former Lloyd's CEO, Inga Beale, called on brokers to examine policy wordings for gender bias.
Behavioural economist, Mark Pittaccio, said that having a conversation with a broker is a shortcut for clients, as they may not read the entirety of their insurance policy wordings.
On 1 July, Insurance Age, in association with Axa, will be hosting a second broker Question Time event at The Corinthian Club, 191 Ingram Street, Glasgow.
Be Wiser Insurance Services has reported a post-tax profit of £1.5m for the year ended May 2013.
The Chartered Insurance Institute’s (CII) drive for professionalism has seen 12 insurers and 94 broking firms commit to chartered status according to its annual review of 2011.
Axa Commercial has unveiled a trio of benefits for chartered brokers following a period of market consultation.
Next year sees the Chartered Insurance Institute celebrate the centenary of its being granted a Royal Charter. But far from sitting back and reflecting on past glories, the CII is determined to use its anniversary year to tackle the big issues set to…
The Willis Networks team has been granted chartered insurance brokers status by the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII).
Marsh (Isle of Man) has claimed to be the first insurance broker on the island to achieve chartered status from the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII).
Sterling Insurance Group’s personal lines, commercial underwriting and claims divisions have received Chartered Insurer status from the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII).
Chartered brokers could begin to reap commercial benefits for their status as Axa Commercial Lines rolls out an initiative to reward such brokers with “a range of unique benefits”.
The British Insurance Brokers’ Association has named Alexandra Dredge of Thomas Carroll (Brokers) as its national Young Broker of the Year, and John Foster of Foster Leighton as winner of the Francis Perkins Award.
Allianz Insurance has launched a sport-related employee and broker engagement programme at this year’s British Insurance Brokers' Association Conference.
Sterling Insurance has signed up to the Chartered Insurance Institute’s (CII) Aldermanbury Declaration.
If you missed yesterday's live webinar debating the Aldermanbury Declaration - one year on - it is now available for viewing on-demand.
Bluefin chief executive, Stuart Reid, has called for commitment to the Aldermanbury Declaration to be a precondition of securing an insurer agency.
Sandy Scott, chief executive of the Chartered Insurance Institute talks to Jonathan Swift about the challenges and opportunities facing the general insurance industry in its quest to embrace professionalism.
Insurance Age group editor in chief Ant Gould is set to take up the role of director of faculties at the Chartered Insurance Institute from 21 March.
At this year's Broker Expo, Insurance Age teamed up with the Chartered Insurance Institute to ask brokers what professionalism means to them
This year saw the launch of PB's and Post's Investing in the Profession campaign to promote a new era of professionalism, writes Andrew Tjaardstra.
Brokers love a bit of commission don't they? And why not? They work hard and put up with a lot of hassle and jumping through insurer hoops to get it. It's how the market is geared to remunerate brokers, but outsiders have always looked upon the structure…