Cabinet Review: The impact on the insurance industry
Boris Johnson’s cabinet: G&M Group Director provides his expert view for the latest instalment of the Parliamentary Review
Following the appointment of Boris Johnson's cabinet and Sajid Javid as Chancellor of the Exchequer, a select few industry figures have been interviewed to discuss their views on this change in government.
Managing Director of the General & Medical Group David Wildman was recently questioned by Political editor George Salmon to gauge his opinions on Sajid and the impact of this on the country.
The article provides insightful commentary about whether his appointment was a good choice, the performance of the department and the impact on the insurance industry. David also touches on what he believes the areas of focus should be to generate economic and industry growth, including the removal of Insurance Premium Tax on Private Medical Insurance in order to make PMI more affordable.
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Read the full article online here: https://www.theparliamentaryreview.co.uk/news/cabinet-review-sajid-javid