All Interview articles – Page 12

  • Gerardo Garcia

    Q&A with Gerardo Garcia


    The boss of Panamanian reinsurer Barents Re recommends that you stay far away from Latin America - so that he can keep all the work for himself

  • Toby Esser
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    Profile: Toby Esser


    For Cooper Gay Swett Crawford’s Toby Esser, sitting back and enjoying the fruits of its transformational deal is not an option. From grand MGA plans to taking on the big three brokers

  • Mark Byrne, Haverford
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    Mark Byrne, Haverford


    Son of an insurance legend, friends with Warren Buffett - Mark Byrne has industry credentials to spare. So when his firm, Haverford, made an audacious bid for Omega, the market was enthralled. But what went wrong?

  • Carl Beardmore
    People & Opinion

    Carl Beardmore, BMS


    BMS chief Carl Beardmore believes that sturdy mid-tier brokers are set for a golden age of opportunity. Expansion in the USA and launching into underwriting at home are part of his plan to square up to the big hitters

  • Tom Bolt
    People & Opinion

    Tom Bolt, Lloyd's


    By virtue of his job title alone, Lloyd’s performance management director Tom Bolt is a formidable character. But there’s no reason for the industry to fear him … too much

  • Marshall King
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    Marshall King, RFIB


    A powerful combination of organisational and entrepreneurial muscle, RFIB leader Marshall King has made sure his company is in good shape for taking on emerging markets. Lauren Gow meets the Pied Piper of Lloyd’s

  • Mike Wilkins IAG

    Mike Wilkins, IAG


    IAG’s Mike Wilkins pulls no punches when talking about his company’s unstable past, which just makes him more resolute about the future, finds Lauren Gow

  • Profile

    Matthew Fosh, Novae


    Matthew Fosh faced many challenges when he joined Novae as chief executive but he says the company’s success is down to the qualities of its staff

  • Features

    David Cash, Endurance


    As David Cash enters his second year as chief executive of Endurance, he believes industry conditions are the best they have been for some years and favours organic increases over consolidation

  • People & Opinion

    Ed Noonan, Validus


    Validus boss Ed Noonan can quip with the best of them, but beneath the grin lies a tough customer, as his company’s hostile takeover of IPC proved. He talks here about the deal of the decade – and what’s next on the agenda

  • People & Opinion

    David Ross, Gallagher International


    Twenty years at Arthur J Gallagher have given chief executive David Ross a good nose for expansion and diversification. The broker is now looking to bulk up its non-US business

  • People & Opinion

    A league of their own


    How does Chaucer find the confidence to remain independent while being able to weather big losses? The secrets include an investments overhaul, a sure hand with price comparison websites and a lot of positive thinking

  • People & Opinion

    Graham Clarke, Miller


    A calm and unassuming exterior belies the Miller chief executive’s ambitious nature. Graham Clarke talks about how he plans to take on the big brokers

  • Profile

    Guy Carpenter: Top team, big change


    Guy Carpenter has reacted to the creation of Aon Benfield and the financial crisis by beefing up its management and boosting its analytical advice. Just as important, the team works hard, works well, and has fun. Results are good, the company is growing and it’s also closing in on a ...