Plus: A law firm publishes its annual year in review; another opens a Sydney office, insurer names recipients of a community grant and it’s time to dust off your golf clubs.
It has taken more than three centuries but finally Lloyd’s of London has appointed its first female CEO – and the Australian insurance industry could not be happier.
A broker-only insurance company has given its website a fresh lick of paint – a culmination of the refresh and restructure of the business that has occurred over the last 18 months.
The acting CEO of a niche insurer has reiterated that the company will continue with its ambitious growth plans despite the surprise retirement of its former chief.
A leading insurer is hunting for a new CEO after its long-serving boss’s surprise retirement on health grounds.
A significant contract renewal is said to validate the customer and broker-focused business improvements and structural changes that an insurer implemented throughout 2013.
An insurer which is close to becoming a 100% broker-only player has created two new major roles, as it reveals plans to further grow its business.
Ansvar CEO Andrew Moon talks about travelling around the world, developing –not cannibalising – the industry, and arranging cover for fireworks with a difference.
Classic, old-school broking skills will become more important than ever as the industry embraces the age of big data.
An insurer has drafted in heavy-hitters from Wesfarmers and Allianz to enhance its capability as a leading industry player.