Post Magazine - 12th June 2014
Lloyd’s mull move from Rogers building over design ‘frustrations’

Lloyd’s is thinking over a move from the Grade 1 listed building to nearby 40 Leadenhall Street.

FCA sharpens focus on wholesale market

Chief executive Martin Wheatley names the London market alongside retail insurance as priorities.

Interview: Hester to the rescue

RSA’s new group CEO dismisses his detractors concerns over his lack of insurance pedigree.

Allianz working to protect Bristol staff

Allianz is hopeful about half the 41 employees at risk of losing their jobs will be found roles within the group.

Oliver steps down as CEO of Parabis

Tim Oliver to become deputy chairman and take on a new non-executive board role.

Insurers vie for RSA broker motor business despite ‘unsustainable’ label

LV and Zurich are among those looking to capitalise on RSA’s cuts.

RSA’s ‘absolutely’ committed to UK motor despite axing brokers

Insurer denies it would withdraw from personal lines motor entirely.

65 roles at risk DAC Beachcroft shuts Manchester office

Claims validation team is to vacate its Manchester based office.

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