Report: HSBC eyes up Aviva's Asian business

Aviva revealed earlier this month it was reviewing its strategy in Asia


Aviva pledges Asian business review amid mixed H1 results

Rumours circulated last week Aviva was looking to sell its Asian business


Dive In 2019: catching up on diversity and inclusion

The insurance industry was heavily criticised during last year's Dive In festival for its poor approach to diversity and inclusion. Nearly twelve months on, Paul Walsh finds the sector is beginning to listen.


Insurers push for dual-rate approach to Ogden

The change in the Ogden rate prompted surprise and disappointment from insurers. Their hopes for a fairer settlement are now pinned on the next round of reforms, as Christopher Cundy and Paul Walsh report


5G's slow roll-out delays IoT disruption for insurers

Moody’s says IoT growth will still continue with insurers and insurtechs collaborating


"The mummy track or the director track?"

Steps to increase equality and diversity in the financial services industry are under way, but as witnesses at a recent UK parliamentary meeting observed, there is still much to be done. Paul Walsh reports


UK insurers to participate in climate stress tests in 2021

Bank of England governor Mark Carney has set deadline for UK financial institutions


Geneva Association adds Chinese execs to board

Four new members are all prominent insurance leaders


Aviva to cut 1,800 jobs, confirms UK business separation

British insurer targets £300m a year savings by 2022


Aviva CFO to step down this month

Tom Stoddard announces exit after five years in the role