CII reduces gender and ethnicity pay gaps & more…Keep up with what has been happening this week in our latest insurance news round-up…
The median gender pay gap, gender pension gap and ethnicity pay gap at the Chartered Insurance Institute has continued to shrink in the last 12 months. The CII can report the professional body had a median gender pay gap of 10.06 per cent in 2021 compared with 13.94 per cent in 2020.
Willis Towers Watson has appointed Luke Ware as corporate risk and broking (CRB) leader for its Asia region. He succeeds Scott Burnett, who was recently named chief commercial officer for the company’s risk and broking operations worldwide.
Like many others in the industry, Karen Skinner (pictured) of MGA Insurance Brokers didn’t plan on having a career in insurance – let alone broking – and now she’s being rewarded for what she does. Recalling her beginnings, Skinner said it all happened by chance and opportunity – something the Ceduna-based broker will be “forever grateful” for.
NFP, a leading insurance broker and consultant providing property and casualty (P&C), corporate benefits, retirement, and individual solutions, recently announced it has acquired UK-based KGJ Insurance Services Group Ltd (KGJ).
As financial results season rolls on, Arthur J Gallagher (AJG) is stepping up to the plate to reveal how it fared in Q3 2021. It was a strong quarter for the group which saw its core brokerage and risk management segments combined post 17% growth in revenue, of which 10% was organic revenue growth.