Damages from flooding earlier this year are less than originally thought, Perils has said.
Brexit will have little impact on the financial services sector and a workable agreement with the European Union will be “straightforward”, according to Managing Partners Group.
Direct line has seen more than 200 claims for lightning damage to homes so far this month, with some claims worth up to almost £46,000.
The Federation of European Risk Management Associations today elected three new board members with hopes of generating fresh perspectives.
XL ordinary shareholders have approved a scheme of arrangement that will change the place of incorporation of the parent holding company to Bermuda from Ireland.
The UK electorate has had its say and the decision is for the UK to leave the European Union.
Post made hay with a Freedom of Information request earlier this month, which revealed that the industry’s two main regulators had not carried out a formal review of the regulatory and financial impact of a Brexit.
Today’s leave vote has the potential to significantly damage the UK insurance market, several analysts have claimed.
AIG are “evaluating their options” following today’s Brexit vote after stating earlier this month that they were considering a new hub elsewhere in Europe if the UK votes to leave.
The prospect of gender equality for motor insurance being overturned has been raised and dismissed in the wake of UK voters electing to leave the European Union.
Insurance sector transactional activity will slow following today's leave vote, RPC has said.
Aviva has said a Brexit will have “no significant impact” on its business even as the company’s share prices drop by 16.83%.
Insurers have urged calm as uncertainty grips the markets and causes share prices to tumble.
Solvency II will "almost certainly remain" according to PWC despite the UK voting to leave the European Union as too much time, money and effort has been invested in it and the regulation is enshrined in UK Law.
The UK has voted to leave the European Union by 52% to 48% after 43 years in an historic referendum.
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