Iain Laws, CEO of Towergate Health & Protection, examines how insurers and the health industry have responded to the pandemic with new products and services, the shift in employee expectations and how health risks have gone up business leaders’…
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Post wraps up the major insurance deals, launches, investments and strategic moves of the week.
Away from her role as first notification of loss operations leader at Ageas Insurance, Rachel Undy volunteers with the NHS vaccination programme.
Boardrooms will need to remain adaptable as firms move to new working models in the wake of lockdown restrictions lifting, according to panellists at the Post LIVE annual conference.
The Insurance Charities has updated its Domestic Abuse Toolkit for Employers.
UK motor insurtech Abacai Group has recruited six new leaders bringing experience from Sabre, Covéa, Direct Line, Aviva and Vitality to the team under former Aviva boss Mark Wilson.
Jon Walker, CEO of Axa Commercial, celebrates the benefits of smart working for customers, brokers and staff – along with assessing how it should be used in tandem with the best of the traditional face-to-face ways of building relationships.
Over 50s travel and insurance specialist Saga has recruited Steve Kingshott as CEO for insurance, joining from Tesco where he was CEO of Tesco Underwriting and chief insurance officer at Tesco Bank.
Covéa and Scor have signed a settlement agreement that will see all legal action between the two dropped.
Qlaims has appointed Liz Latter as CEO replacing founder Malcolm Harvey who is staying with the business as an executive director.
Arch Insurance International has promoted Kirsten Valder to chief administrative officer and Jason Kittinger to chief operating officer, effective 30 June.
After joining the loss adjusting profession in 2015, Luke Crowe set his sights on working on major commercial claims and has collected an impressive array of qualifications.
Gallagher has revealed that Tom Wakefield will become CEO of Gallagher Re taking over from Simon Behagg.
Flood Re has made four hires, bringing in experience from Hiscox, Ageas, Lloyds Banking Group and Aviva.
John Fowle, CEO of Chaucer, tells Post all about growth, being owned by China Re and the plans for the next 12 months as well as why the business undertook its recent rebranding and the importance of diversity and inclusion.
Pauline Miller, head of culture at Lloyd’s, is joining media and digital marketing communications business Dentsu International at the start of August.
Euler Hermes has appointed Sarah Murrow as CEO of its UK and Ireland business, effective 1 June and subject to regulatory approval.
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The council of the Insurance Institute for Shropshire and Mid-Wales has called for an independent audit on the manifesto of the Chartered Insurance Institute after an exchange of letters in which it warned the CII was out of touch with members and…
Over recent years the talk around insurtechs has moved from disruption to co-operation. With this in mind, Post canvassed a host of major insurers to discover which start-ups they work and/or invest in; and what they look for when it comes to digital…
Andy Fairchild has left Applied Systems with Tom Needs appointed as CEO for Europe.
RSA has been bought by Canadian insurer Intact and Danish provider Tryg as scheduled for £7.2bn in cash with CEO Stephen Hester departing.
The Authorité Des Marchés Finances has been unable to substantiate price manipulation allegations made by Covéa against Scor.