Robert Hiscox: stepping down but far from retiring

Robert Hiscox rarely shies away from sticking his neck above the parapet. As he prepares to step down as chairman of Hiscox next February, he's as combative as ever, shooting off barbs at regulators, industry bodies, politicians and even his own industry. What fires him up? Sarfraz Thind finds out


Aegon CRO to join the board

Grondin will join from 1 January


NAIC chief to leave early

Andrew Beal to step in as acting CEO


Bowles and Faull top list of Brits in Brussels

MEP and financial services D-G named as Britons most influential on EU policy


Insurers scrap Solvency II teams

Direct Line, L&G and Brit Insurance no longer have departments dedicated to the directive


AIA veteran to lead South Carolina's insurance department

Ray Farmer had been planning to retire


Ten top actuaries

InsuranceERM profiles the 10 actuaries awarded the Chartered Enterprise Risk Actuary qualification "in recognition of their exceptional role as thought leaders in the field of enterprise risk management"


Lancashire appoints new CRO

Mathias to take on role after Pearson "decided to leave"


ProSight appoints CRO for Lloyds syndicate

Ryan Warren joins from Towers Watson


Fulcher joins Nomura to lead ALM structuring

Joins from RBS where he headed ALM advisory