Regionalisation in Insurance

Oliver James Associates and Vacancysoft

January 2017

Key findings include:

  • The sector is healthy, with 30% growth in new openings from October 2013 to September last year.
  • Growth in vacancies is strongest in the regions outside of London and the South East; and the South East is growing more slowly than London.
  • Vacancies for some professions are more likely to be based in some regions than others.

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    For the first report of 2017 about the insurance sector we’ve again had the pleasure of partnering with Oliver James Associates to co-produce an issue that looks at regionalisation in the insurance industry. You may well have heard a lot about regionalisation, employee mobility and a shift away from the traditional business stronghold of London, but what does the data tell us about whether those things are actually happening? While some of the results do reflect conventional wisdom, other things the data shows may be more surprising, both in terms of what is happening and what is not happening despite being talked about often.

    Vacancysoft is the Data Publisher for the Recruitment Industry. We provide recruiters with daily lead lists that help to monitor their clients’ hiring and to identify companies struggling to hire.

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