Diversity initiative Dive In has opened registration for its 2022 festival as it calls on the insurance industry to build braver cultures.
The head of insurance at Chaucer, Xamira Groves, has told insurance Age that there is “plenty more” to be done with women taking on roles in the insurance industry.
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Insurers have pledged to focus efforts on reducing climate change and called on the industry to be better prepared for weather events.
As the professional indemnity market continues to be beset by ever more challenges Nic Brown, of Markel UK, explains why the successful placement or renewal of cover now, more than ever, relies on strong partnerships between insurer, broker and insured.
The British Insurance Brokers’ Association has welcomed the decision to give firms a 12-month window to implement the requirements for the new Consumer Duty.
The CEO of the Worldwide Broker Network, Olga Collins, has warned of a lack of inclusion within senior roles.
Alison Meckiffe, CEO of broker Endsleigh, has taken the business back to its roots focusing on education, students and not-for-profits.
Allianz’s Kay Bagley analyses the opportunities for brokers in working closely with claims relationship managers looking at how to build partnerships that add value and deliver excellent customer outcomes.
Brokerring’s Stuart Randall considers the options for brokers who want change but don’t wish to offload their business.
Compliance professionals have come out against any delay in the Financial Conduct Authority implementing Consumer Duty rules as the watchdog ponders switching to a phased implementation period.
Insurance Age rounds up the key stories from the insurance sector’s environmental and social governance agenda, featuring Aviva, Brit Insurance, Romero Group and Partners&.
Sicsic Advisory’s Hugh Savill says the FCA’s latest letters reveal a sceptical regulator and outlines what it means for brokers
A panel of claims experts at the Managing General Agents’ Association conference 2022 has called on brokers to be more transparent and interactive with clients.
Compliance experts at the Managing General Agents' Association conference, on 29 June, have suggested insurtech and ESG as the next areas for regulatory focus by the Financial Conduct Authority.
CEO of Howden Group, David Howden, has insisted MGAs, underwriters and brokers must work harder on self-regulation and call out bad behaviour when they see it.
Reed Smith’s Peter Hardy and Catherine Lewis consider the impact of Stonegate’s £1bn court claim.
Aviva CEO, Amanda Blanc, has spoken on Women’s Hour this week to say she felt compelled to address sexist incidents as one of only nine female FTSE 100 CEOs.
Alan Scott, director of retail intermediaries, discusses how it has been a challenging yet exciting start to the year with new pricing and regulation rules and says it’s a time for brokers to stand out and differentiate themselves.
Andy Fairchild, former leader of Broker Network and Applied Systems Europe, considers whether there is enough oversight of the tech providers to the insurance industry.
Amicus CEO, Adam Scott, has told Insurance Age that the broker is looking to do deals as it aims to become the largest construction waste broker in the UK, following last year's MBO which was supported by Shawbrook Bank.
Jensten Group is set to beat the deadline it set itself to reach £500m GWP according to retail managing director, Robert Organ.
As economic pressure mounts on customers, brokers must beware the temptation to seek out unrated capacity Arc Legal Group's Tim Mullin argues.
Mike Keating reflects on how brokers can get the best from their relationships with MGAs.