Setting up in business with a friend or colleague sounds an ideal proposition, making money while having fun. But the reality is different, as Ben Cook discovers when he interviewed the partners of three broking firms who started out together
AXA chief Peter Hubbard admits that service levels for brokers have fallen dramatically over the past year and suggests its aggressive acquisition strategy may be responsible
Coversure's husband and wife team, Mark Coverdale and Jan Utting talk to Chris Wheal about their careers
Tom Broughton introduces the relationships issue: starting with the Towergate-Chaucer spat
One in five consumers rate their insurer as "poor"
It's been three years - and it hasn't been great
Valentine's Day brings out a carefree approachto romantic liaisons, but insurers have most of the risks well covered
What does love mean in the corporate world?
With Hiscox achieving top marks in Newsquest Specialist Media’s research on service, Glenn Caton explains why getting it right is so important
The FSA faces criticism that it is confusing small brokers in its business plan for the coming year. Michael Faulkner looks at some of the boiling points for brokers in their relationship with the FSA
Will you be spending Valentine’s Day with your spouse or your colleagues? Ellen Bennett reports
Ten former employees accused of breaking terms of their restrictive covenants
It's not unusual to insure your chest hair
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