Lloyd’s new chairman, John Nelson, focuses on brokers and sets his sights on expanding London’s market to a larger world by 2025.
While other brokers and agents were wringing their hands over how to deal with Obamacare...
He can’t acquire future generations, says Glenn Horton, so he nurtures them over time.
An anonymous benefactor helped Bill Berkley get his start.
New York’s Superintendent Benjamin Lawsky talks deregulation...
Pete Garvey went from working for Goliath to fighting like David at start-up Integro. He’s done so well, his start-up is approaching big-boy status.
Hub’s Marty Hughes may have broken into the industry by accident, but his focus on creating one of the world’s largest brokerages is right on target.
IMA Financial’s Rob Cohen lives his dream while helping others to create their own.
Brenda Rose, of Toronto’s FCA Insurance Brokers, rose from liberal arts major to major advocate for better broker technology.
USI’s Mike Turpin is a skilled negotiator who is both outspoken and funny—and is not afraid to criticize his profession or break china to get things done.