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David Smith is Zurich interim UK general insurance CEO

Interview: David Smith: In safe hands

Time will tell whether David Smith’s spell as Zurich’s interim UK general insurance CEO becomes permanent but, at a firm...

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Video: Introduction to Post’s Claims video edition

Insurance is a promise to pay customers when the point of claim comes and it is at this stage insurers...


C-Suite: Japanese risks

Japan's risks are varied with earthquakes the major hazard. Simon Wallington, based in Tokyo, explores the different kinds of risks...


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Dutch insurers facing 20% bonus cap

The Dutch government is weighing measures on remuneration that could force insurers to limit bonuses to 20% of fixed salary for all employees.


58% of British drivers unsure of EEC coverage

Almost two-thirds of British drivers don’t know if they are covered to drive in the European Economic Community, or believe that they are not covered according to a survey by Be Wiser.


Polish regulator KNF to look at conflicts of interest

The Polish regulator's focus on insurance is shaking up the sector, reports Iain Batty


War risks market faces 'substantial rate increases' in wake of MH17 loss

The war risks market is likely to experience “substantial rate increases” following the total loss of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, according to a report by AM Best.


First half catastrophe losses 19% below 10-year average

Insured catastrophe losses for the first half of 2014 were $22bn and around 19% below the 10-year average of $27bn according to catastrophe modelers Impact Forecasting.

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Post Claims Club

03 Sep 2014 , London

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UK Broker Awards 2014

05 Sep 2014 , London


Restore your profit per case: Coping with the Jackson reforms

The Jackson Reforms have taken effect, and some predictions for the claimant solicitor world are decidedly grim. The reforms call for increased settlement speed and new, lower fixed fees, compressing solicitor profitability substantially.


Getting Ready for Solvency II – Two Key Actions for European Insurers

EIOPA has published its final guidelines for the phasing-in of the Solvency II regime, with the regulations announced to come into force on 1st January 2016. Prior to that date, European insurers have two other deadlines to meet a pre-application to the relevant regulator must be submitted in or around September 2014; and a full application to the relevant regulator must be submitted by 1st June 2015

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