Diversity and inclusion has been a hot topic in the insurance industry for a fair few years, but it took the Insurance Industry Charitable Foundations's conference for me to realise the true breadth of diversity and how it could drive the unlocking of…
Recent reports that copies of footballer David Beckham's personal emails had been stolen from his publicist illustrate the speed information can spread once personal or sensitive information is placed in the public domain.
The number of terrorist incidents on UK soil has dropped since Pool Re was set up, with Irish republican paramilitary attacks giving way to less frequent strikes by radical Islamic terrorists, however, the threat to the country remains as severe
As Next Insurance launches today a chatbot allowing personal trainers to quote and buy insurance via Facebook Messenger, its founder and CEO Guy Goldstein tells Jonathan Swift how the American insurtech start-up plans on revolutionising the SME…
Simply Business remains committed to growing staff levels in the UK following its acquisition by Travelers.
Aviva has reported a significant increase in its UK general insurance combined operating ratio to 106.3% in 2016.
The countdown has well and truly began to get entries in for the 2017 British Insurance Awards with the deadline now less than a week away.
After Brolly v Travelers, here are six more insurance brand and marketing spats that made the headlines
The news last month that insurance giant Travelers had objected to insurtech startup Brolly using an umbrella as its logo got me thinking.
Insurers are becoming more sophisticated in their quest to deliver ‘brand value' given the growing number of marketing channels available to deliver their messages.
Sompo Canopius’s heavy industry team has secured additional capacity for its mining cover from Travelers Syndicate 5000 at Lloyd’s.
The London Market Group’s electronic PPL platform has introduced marine classes for trading.
With the countdown to my next ‘big’ birthday already started, I’m the first to admit that none of us are getting any younger.
The last decade has finally started to see the talk about the virtues of sustainable energy result in significant action, particularly in the area of electricity, where it has been driven primarily by wind, solar energy and biomass.
A year into her role as CII CEO, Sian Fisher speaks to Martin Croucher about tackling discrimination and her plans for the body
The government has said that it will “progress urgently” a consultation on the Ogden discount rate and “carefully consider” all the evidence submitted following today’s meeting between insurers and the Treasury.
Personal injury took on a new meaning for me this week when I discovered a bruised ankle picked up during a recent paragliding adventure was actually a bad break.
Despite a number of air accidents over the past few years, safety when flying has improved dramatically. However, overcapacity and a lack of profitability could be affecting the market
When the referendum result came in on 24 June last year, there was a moment of disbelief in the market. Many business leaders were forced to re-examine what exposures they faced and what steps they needed to take next.
The 2017 Post Power List is revealed in the February issue.
With the industry seeking to find out just how a single view of the customer can be achieved, Post, in association with Visionware, brought together specialists in a roundtable to discuss how digital is driving business
It sounds like science fiction, but exoskeletons are increasingly being used in rehabilitation therapy and insurers are getting in on the act.
Seven months on from the UK's decision to leave the European Union, uncertainty and speculation about the implications continue to face UK businesses.
Film sets can be dangerous places, with wires and cables trailing and spectacular stunts being performed. What are the risk factors associated with making movies?
Towergate has shifted the majority capacity provider for its farm managing general agent from RSA to Axa.