Insurers must stand out from the competition to attract custom. What lessons can they learn from outside the sector?
Cycling as both a sport and a means of commuting currently enjoys a very high profile. Whether for health, convenience or passion, it seems more people are turning to pedal power, and the European insurance industry is beginning to take notice.
Drones or Unmanned Aerial Vehicles are now being used across a range of sectors and usage gives rise to some issues.
Many believe fraud in the high-net-worth market is rare. Is this the case, or are insurers just remaining tight-lipped about the problem?
It seems as though the minute the clocks went back on 30 October our minds turned to all things winter, including spooky goings on, fireworks, present lists and the much anticipated John Lewis Christmas ad - who can resist #BustertheBoxer?
Traditionally, most fraud associated with holidaymakers has resulted from opportunists who exaggerate, distort or invent relatively low-value claims on their travel insurance policies.
Personal injury claims in Scotland have continued to rise over the past four years, despite a drop in claims in England according to figures from DWF.
The nights are drawing in, Christmas is coming, and retailers are getting fat on the back of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, which have boosted annual high street sales this year to record levels.
Employers’ and public liability are areas that have increasingly become targets for fraudsters, amid a crackdown on personal lines fraud by the general insurance industry and the regulator.
AIG, LV and Wilby were among the big winners at the British Insurance Awards – collecting two gongs apiece.
Medco launched just three months ago, as the government attempts to tackle spurious whiplash claims. Opinions on how the system has performed since then vary enormously
Increased incidence of head injuries in rugby players could lead to challenges for insurers and legal teams when it comes to claims.
Industrial deafness claims have been labelled ‘the new whiplash’. Chantal Rabbetts considers the challenges with these claims and how they should be managed.
A tightening of regulations around food supply should be good for consumers – and consequences of businesses getting it wrong are serious.
Allianz’s Graham Gibson on why the positive benefits seen directly after Laspo have started to wear off.
There have been 24,250 insurance claims so far after this week's powerful storm in New South Wales.
There have already been 19,500 claims totaling A$129m (£67m) from the huge New South Wales storm according to the Insurance Council of Australia.