Despite a number of air accidents over the past few years, safety when flying has improved dramatically. However, overcapacity and a lack of profitability could be affecting the market
When the referendum result came in on 24 June last year, there was a moment of disbelief in the market. Many business leaders were forced to re-examine what exposures they faced and what steps they needed to take next.
The 2017 Post Power List is revealed in the February issue.
With the industry seeking to find out just how a single view of the customer can be achieved, Post, in association with Visionware, brought together specialists in a roundtable to discuss how digital is driving business
It sounds like science fiction, but exoskeletons are increasingly being used in rehabilitation therapy and insurers are getting in on the act.
Seven months on from the UK's decision to leave the European Union, uncertainty and speculation about the implications continue to face UK businesses.
Film sets can be dangerous places, with wires and cables trailing and spectacular stunts being performed. What are the risk factors associated with making movies?
Towergate has shifted the majority capacity provider for its farm managing general agent from RSA to Axa.
With cyber crime the fastest growing criminal activity in the world, attacks on healthcare providers are becoming more prevalent. Post, in association with Kennedys, hosted a roundtable to find out the scale of the threat – and what the industry can...
More than 400 online channels of insurers in Europe are currently doing business and this number is increasing. However, not all of these online channels are successful.
As the new pre-action protocol for construction and engineering disputes, insurers may need to amend their policies for those claims.
Insurers and reinsurers will only be too aware of the insured losses that arise on an annual basis from the UK construction industry.
Weighing all packed shipping containers became mandatory globally on 1 July 2016. The way Verified Gross Mass is calculated has consequences for insurers.
Guaranteed asset protection insurance presents a largely untapped opportunity for brokers.
As Standard & Poor's is revising its outlook on Russia upwards, local insurers are predicting the market will grow in 2017.
In May, Scottish Power Generation pleaded guilty to a non-fatal breach of Section 2(1) of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.
Specialist managing general agent Accelerate Underwriting has agreed a three year deal with UK insurance broker JM Glendinning.
The downfall of Enterprise and most recently Gable has again raised the thorny issue of unrated insurers.
Short-termism is the hallmark of our era. We live in a disposable, transitory society - as evidenced everywhere from the fate of the England football manager and the last leader of the UK Independence Party to the fickleness of government policies. The...
Insurance contract law has seen a huge amount of radical change over the past 12 months.
The UK now has the 6th highest standard rate of insurance premium tax in Europe, coming after Germany, Greece, Italy, the Netherlands and Finland.
Randall & Quilter has completed its first US-based self-insurer novation.
Insurers, environment agencies and government need to collaborate if they are to tackle the threat of flooding effectively, said Mark Hoban, chairman of the board of directors at Flood Re.
Embracing technology is the way forward for insurance companies