LV CEO Richard Rowney has been appointed to the board of the Association for British Insurers, to replace retiring LV CEO Mike Rogers.
Telematics data has been used for the first time to successfully defend a policyholder in a liability trial at Wandsworth County Court.
Hiscox could set up a separate EU registered business if the UK loses access to the common market, the company’s CEO has said.
Blog to the future: One day, more than 10 customer interactions – could this be an insurer reality by 2030
The alarm goes, it is 6:45am on 25 July 2030; and the first thing you do is check your Healthcare Insurer-provided wearable tech-band to see how your sleep rated.
A Zurich-owned Managing General Agent will reimburse outstanding premiums to Irish motorists who have been affected following the collapse of Enterprise Insurance on Friday.
Paul Kedney has joined Sompo Canopius as chief commercial officer, from his previous role as actuarial and risk director at Aegis London.
Former Zurich UK personal lines MD and chief underwriting offer Tim Holliday has joined telematics technology company Trak Global as a nonexecutive director.
Interim results reveal Hiscox London Market grew during the first half of 2016.
Have insurers mistakenly prioritised digitalisation to the detriment of improving back office processes, with potential consequences in terms of regulatory compliance, productivity and customer service?
Towergate has appointed Neil Pearce as managing director of Towergate London market.
Four fraudsters have each landed themselves a sixth month jail sentence after taking part in a ‘crash for cash’ scam.
Lloyd's of London insurer Beazley is working to ensure its Irish reinsurance business gains access to the European market, even if Lloyd's loses its pass-porting rights.
Here are the important insurance news and Post exclusives of the past week, in case you missed them.
The Financial Conduct Authority has identified “serious and widespread” issues on the oversight of appointed representatives.
The Thatcham code of conduct report for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems is due to be published later this month, Post can reveal.
Beazley has seen a slight dip in profits in its results for the first half of this year owing to declining rates.
The airspace above our cities could be the roadway of the future but what will insurance look like in times to come? And what kind of policy would cover flying taxi cabs – motor or aviation?
It's undoubtedly a challenging time for home insurers.
Former insurance broker Craig Tracey is to take over as co-chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Insurance and Financial Services.
Societe Generale Group has acquired a stake in the share capital of French fintech company, Tagpay, which specialises in mobile banking.
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.
The growth of Fintech and the wider use of big data may create an uninsurable ‘underclass’, according to new research.
Financial reserves released by general insurers in 2015 were the highest in 30 years, regulators have warned.
The $250bn (£175bn) European insurance run-off market is now big business.