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.
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.
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.
After the flurry of activity ahead of the various Senior Insurance Managers Regime deadlines, some firms might have concluded that implementation is complete and it is now possible to relax into business-as-usual mode. However, major ongoing and future...
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Commercial insurance law is entering a new era of clarity
The review into add-ons by the Financial Conduct Authority has pushed legal expenses insurance into the spotlight.
Direct Line has confirmed it will use its group-wide partial internal model to calculate the Group Solvency Capital Requirement under the Solvency II regime, following approval from the Prudential Regulation Authority.
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The European Commission's third option to change the definition of vehicles in the Motor Insurance Directive is the UK industries preferred option but lobbying by trade bodies needs to continue to ensure this outcome.
The landscape of Scottish law will feel quite familiar to someone who deals primarily in English law but can be a trap for the unwary where it differs
Solvency II came into force on 1 January, establishing a revised set of capital requirements and risk management standards. Despite the long build-up to the implementation, several last-minute changes left much of the industry scrambling to prepare for...
We're now a number of months into the Solvency II regime and the sky hasn't fallen in. But the scale of the compliance demands is providing fresh fuel to the debates within many businesses about whether they could compete more effectively without the...
No one said the transition to Solvency II reporting was going to be easy, particularly the requirement for insurers to provide detailed look-through data on their investment portfolios. But, having witnessed the beginnings of this new regulatory reporting...
The European Commission is considering reviewing the definition of motorised vehicles in the Motor Insurance Directive to help avoid the need for vehicle exemptions following the Vnuk ruling.
It is “only a matter of time” before regulators start to make broker commission more transparent, the Association of British Insurers warned today.
Risk managers are increasingly worried about broker conflicts of interest and broker-controlled capacity according to the annual Association of Insurance and Risk Managers survey.
The access that private and public bodies have to our personal data has been a continual point of debate in the electronic age and the current passage through the Houses of Parliament of the Investigatory Powers Bill is a case in point
Insurers must strengthen broker relationships and adapt their solutions for customers in order to survive
The industry’s two main regulators have not carried out any formal review of the potential impact of a Brexit, an investigation by Post can reveal.
The absence of a right to damages for late payment of claims in English law was based upon a legal fiction that the insurer's obligation is to hold the policyholder harmless against the insured peril, and any recovery under the policy constitutes damages...
Incoming Airmic chair Clive Clarke talks to Burhan Khadbai about his journey to the role and the key issues facing the risk management and insurance communities
I’m a floating voter. I don’t consistently vote for the same political party.
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.
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.