Penetration into the under-30s market remains low despite new app-based products and innovative solutions. Post, in association with GMC software, hosted a roundtable to find out what more the industry can do to address this
The downfall of Enterprise and most recently Gable has again raised the thorny issue of unrated insurers.
A motor trader who tried to claim almost £10,000 for a staged crash for cash accident has been sentenced to 20 months in prison.
Simon Stanfield was elected chair of the Motor Accident Solicitors’ Society the day before the Ministry of Justice published its consultation paper on whiplash reform.
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...
It’s slightly galling, but at the same time strangely satisfying, when your 11-year-old points out the glaringly obvious.
The UK now has the 6th highest standard rate of insurance premium tax in Europe, coming after Germany, Greece, Italy, the Netherlands and Finland.
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.
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?
Embracing technology is the way forward for insurance companies
Ageas has seen profits of £43m in the third quarter, a fall 8% from £46.9m in the same period last year.
They look like rock stars but they're insurtech entrepreneurs.
Several times in my life I've stopped and taken stock and upon realising things weren't quite as they should be, I've chosen a new path.
Five female insurance entrepreneurs give Jonathan Swift the lowdown on the start-up sector
There has been little change in the rankings of the top 30 Asia insurers since 2014, with China still dominating the rankings, despite a decreasing growth rate
Michèle Bacchus finds out how David Beckham’s legs can help make broking more enticing and attract talent to the sector
In the second part of Post’s research, brokers talk candidly to Michèle Bacchus about the British Insurance Brokers’ Association, the Financial Conduct Authority, the government and the European Union
What brokers believe clients want can be far from the reality
News broke recently that the Ministry of Justice has no appetite to go ahead with proposed whiplash reforms at the moment.
In the uniquely information-obsessed world we now inhabit, the personal transactional nature of an insurance broker has never been more in the spotlight.
Hurricane Matthew may cost insurers as much as $8.8bn, according to AIR Worldwide.
Total losses in the US from Hurricane Matthew could be up to $8bn (£6.5bn), according to modelled storm loss scenarios from RMS.
UK insurers are struggling to adapt to digital channels of customer engagement, research has revealed.
Hurricane Matthew is expected to be a significant claims event as it continues to progress through the Bahamas, following the news of hundreds of deaths in Haiti.