The Manchester attack touched us all this week. Because we might live or work in the city. Because we might have visited recently. Or because we have, you know, a heart.
Delegates at the British Insurance Brokers’ Association conference have asked the next government for some stability.
The insurance industry and the UK government need to work together on cyber crime and travel risks, former Prime Minister David Cameron said in his keynote address to the British Insurance Brokers’ Association conference.
The British Insurance Brokers' Association held its 2017 conference in Manchester.
Axa has started transferring its historical disease liability book of business to Riverstone.
A former Formula One race mechanic will address the International Bodyshop Industry Symposium taking place in June in Madrid.
This week I took my toddler to see the roaring animated T-rex at the Natural History Museum. “Raaa!” she growled, before wimping into her father’s arms, unaware dinosaurs are actually extinct.
British Summer Time is now allowing us to enjoy more daylight as all our clocks moved forward an hour last weekend. Except, that is, for my 15-month-old daughter’s biological clock. For her bedtime this week, she’s decided to do her own thing. Pretty…
The collision repair market and the connected garage are among the topics that will be discussed by the International Bodyshop Industry Symposium at its global summit 2017 taking place in June in Madrid.
The Justice Committee is launching a short inquiry into whiplash claims and on government plans to raise the small claims limit for personal injury.
My one-year-old just started toddling. She was so proud after pushing her walker to the other side of the room that she applauded herself. As a result, she lost her balance and landed on her bum.
The 2017 Post Power List is revealed in the February issue.
A hard Brexit may lead to the UK's sovereign rating being downgraded.
Post is starting 2017 by unmasking its claims heroes. On our C-Force cover, you may recognise Allianz' Sarah Mallaby, Zurich's Anne Fleming, RSA's Ian Currie, LV's Martin Milliner and Aviva's Andrew Wilkinson.
In the December issue of Post: freezing cold calls and looking back at the year.
They look like rock stars but they're insurtech entrepreneurs.
This week, some Post colleagues and I went to a Halloween party dressed as whiplash victims. The joke was lost on other attendees, whose business was mainly commercial lines, and we ended up reassuring walking vegetables, bloody nurses and train engines…
The Claims Club Summit is bringing the claims community together this Wednesday in London to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing the sector, from whiplash reforms to technological innovations.
The October issue of Post has landed.
As a mum to an eight-month-old, the most high-tech my life gets is reading The Very Hungry Caterpillar. So I don't get many software or hardware issues.
As a risk manager, Valeria Calvo's worst nightmare would be a broker not working in her best interest. But she could probably spot such bias: she's worked as a broker - and as an underwriter - before buying insurance for the London Stock Exchange.
Van insurance broker Autonet has gone live with a software solution that tracks customer data to inform pricing.
Unum and Crystal Palace Physio Group lead the shortlist for the Rehabilitation First awards 2016 with four nominations each.