He’s the high achieving, well respected head of claims and earthquake response at Crombie Lockwood. But Myles Noble admits there is one regret that will always cast a shadow over his career.
In the first of two stories on Elantis Premium Funding, formerly Lumley Finance, the CEO talks to Insurance Business about the company’s commitment to the market and broker and stresses that the company will be even more independent than under its previous owner.
Cheryl Stuart, Head of Product & Facilities, Crombie Lockwood talks about her love of instant coffee, knowing when to bite your tongue and the only good decision she made at age 16.
The CEO, two managers and numerous lower ranking staff have now left this recently-merged insurer. The industry is wondering who will be next?
It’s three in a row for this hard-hitting team but the score line belies the true nature of the hard-fought battle that took place.
League match organisers remind players to stay focused on fun and fair play as the countdown to the big game begins.
Industry associates express their sorrow over CEO’s resignation as new owners maintain their dedication to retain remaining staff.
Fears of brand loss and future uncertainty are cited as reasons for the growing tide of departures from a recently acquired insurer.
The industry is reeling from the latest news that the CEO and another high profile figure from the same major insurer have left the company.
A global brokerage has rebranded its recently-acquired premium funding operation with its new CEO promising the business remains independent of broking operations.