Charles Taylor will establish a third party administrator to handle specialist lines later this year, Post has learned.
The Supreme Court has ruled that cases can be re-opened if new evidence of fraud subsequently comes to light after the settlement.
Blockchain could revolutionise the insurance and reinsurance industry.
China's dramatic flooding over the last month has once again highlighted the prevalence of underinsurance in the country.
Connected and autonomous vehicles are capturing headlines across sectors, none more so than in the insurance industry and at times we could be forgiven for thinking that a hands-off eyes-off car is just around the corner.
The Thatcham code of conduct report for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems is due to be published later this month, Post can reveal.
Following the UK electorate’s vote to leave the European Union, there has been a lot of crystal ball gazing as to what it might mean for the insurance industry.
In a recent County Court judgment, an airline was held liable for compensation under Regulation 261/2004 for a nine-hour flight delay.
Physical and sexual abuse claims have made the headlines in recent times but what role does the insurance industry have in paying out over these?
Virtual reality has hit the gaming industry this year and it could find a place in the insurance sector to help with claims and fraud in the future.
Digital Insurance Innovation of the Year; Technology Award; Start-up Award
Customer Care; Brand Management; Business Sustainability/Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative of the Year
BIA 2016: Major loss; claims initiative – insurer and outsourced; risk consultancy and in-house risk management
Major Loss; Claims Initiative of the Year – Insurer; Claims Initiative of the Year – Outsourced Partner; Risk Management Award – In-House & Insurable Risk Managers; Risk Consultancy
There are probably only two aims for a training and development programme: to make it work for your company and to make it work for your employees. All other benefits - and there are plenty of them - flow from that principle.
The floods in Cumbria last winter seem long forgotten to those who were fortunate enough to only witness the dramatic footage on television. But for those caught up in the disaster the floods have been truly devastating – and for many the prospect of...
Former Das CEO Paul Asplin and five others were committed for trial, at a magistrates' court hearing today.
Insurers with industrial disease exposures in Scotland have suffered a series of blows after a quintet of cases moved civil procedure in favour of claimants.
"Meu-Yu" monsoon rains led to multiple rounds of significant flooding across central and southern China throughout June killing at least 186 people across 26 provinces.
Former chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Insurance and Financial Services Jonathan Evans, pictured, was last night acclaimed as the achievement winner at the British Insurance Awards.
Missed out on the industry's most anticipated event? Catch up with all the news and winners from The British Insurance Awards 2016 with this blog.
Insurers should simplify their terms and conditions now, as a way of reducing costs and enhancing consumer trust
The Association of British Insurers says 90% of December's floods are settled and it supports the introduction of flood measures in building regulations
The amount of “unmeritorious” claims against cosmetic surgeons is increasing as a result of “vicious” review sites, law firm Manleys has said.
An adjudication pilot for professional negligence claims has recently been relaunched. It replaces a more limited and rarely used pilot scheme of adjudication in lower-value claims against solicitors.