Allianz will offer insurance cover to drivers who rent out their vehicle to strangers via the car sharing app RideLink.
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The issue of the referendum has stirred debate – but what’s at stake?
London-headquartered specialty MGA Nexus Underwriting has signed a three year underwriting capacity deal with XL Catlin for its Asia office.
Zurich's former global CEO Martin Senn has died after committing suicide last Friday (27 May) according to his family.
Munich Re-owned insurer Ergo has agreed to buy a 40.3% stake in Thailand-based Thaisri Insurance for an undisclosed sum.
Covéa senior manager for home and commercial Kelly Morris believes anything is possible
Should the insurance industry be scenario testing to ready itself for the future?
Amanda Blanc is putting innovation towards the top of her priorities as she takes the reins at Axa UK, just six months on from starting her last promotion, running general insurance for UK & Ireland at the global insurer.
TT Club reported a drop in gross written premium and a weaker combined operating ratio for 2015, following an up-tick in large claims from events such as the Tianjin explosion.
With the sharing economy growing year-on-year, what are the challenges and opportunities for the insurance industry?
In the third part of this research, Michèle Bacchus asks the risk managers whether commodotisation is a concern and discusses the merits of the services offered by the insurance industry
Gable has said it will be 'business as usual' until a review commissioned by the company concludes in Q3.
The government has accepted the recommendations it has been given by the Insurance Fraud Taskforce and has called for the whole industry to tackle the issue.
A kickboxer who claimed for whiplash after a car accident but then took part in a full contact fight has been fined.
More than 850 small business complaints around insurance were received by the Financial Ombudsman Service, with 219 of those about commercial property insurance, according to its 2015/16 review.
Unrated insurer Gable Holdings will launch a full strategic review following an assessment of its Solvency II capacity, a move likely to result in a “fundamental restructuring”, according to a statement to the stock exchange.
Insurance customers' expectations are evolving rapidly. Those firms that operate in the insurance space are now in direct competition with pure digital retailers, such as Amazon,and super brands like Apple when it comes to how they interact with, engage...
Incumbent insurers that fail to be “customer centric” and adapt to the digital age are likely to go the same way as former high street giant Woolworths.
Current head of marketing and customer strategy Ruth Polyblank has been appointed to a new role as head of SME for UK and Ireland at Chubb.
Motor Insurance World 2016: Cars as ‘complex as aircraft' and repairs should be licenced, say manufacturers
Increasing complexity of vehicles should require increasing regulation around repairs, particularly as the sector heads towards a driverless future, according to key experts from major motor manufacturers.
Graeme Trudgill, the executive director of the British Insurance Brokers' Association, says he expects the European Union to soon come up with a new definition of "vehicle" that will close the Pandora's box opened by the Vnuk ruling.
DFT confirms it will amend Road Traffic Act to cover driverless technology and invites insurers to consult on legislation
A government minister has called for the insurance industry to participate in a consultation over regulations surrounding the cover of autonomous vehicles.