Post - 2011-01-27
The multi-million-pound payout from the London insurance market for cancellation cover on Michael Jackson's This Is It tour is likely to now hinge on whether the late singer's doctor is convicted of involuntary manslaughter, Post has learnt.
Heath Lambert has landed a contract to provide insurance for pub chain Enterprise Inns after winning the contract from Bluefin.
The British Insurance Brokers' Association's trade risk focus group has unveiled plans to form a closer relationship with the UK's export credit agency.
Looking through Post's back catalogue paints unique picture of more than 150 years of insurance news, as this highlight from 50 years ago reveals.
RSA's UK chief executive has said the insurance industry's experience of weather-related claims this winter has the potential to push up household rates in the long term.
Credit hire cases are notoriously difficult to defend, even when liability is admitted, says Emma Massey, but insurers can and are securing some success in the courts.
Looking through Post's back catalogue paints unique picture of more than 150 years of insurance news, as this highlight from 10 years ago reveals.
Parabis Law has expanded its defendant insurance operation and secured a foothold in the Midlands after completing a takeover of Everatt & Company.
Looking through Post's back catalogue paints unique picture of more than 150 years of insurance news, as this highlight from 15 years ago reveals.
The ruling in the recent European Court of Human Rights case involving Naomi Campbell has presented the "ideal situation" to implement the Jackson reforms, Allianz has claimed.
Earthquake costs are rising steadily. Jane Bernstein examines insurers' current use of modelling, recent event responses and solution sustainability.
Welsh broker Antur Insurance has completed its second acquisition in two months, in a quest to double the size of its business to £6m in five years.
With Igal Mayer set to spearhead Aviva's European plans, Daniel Dunkley asks the market its opinion on the appointment of this divisive figure and how he is likely to fit in with the firm's strategy.
Novae's chief underwriter Peter Matson has succeeded Julian Enoizi, the outgoing Argo chief executive, as chairman of The Prince's Trust Insurance Leadership Group.
With 93% of GPs seeing patients they believe to have exaggerated injuries in order to make a claim, Leigh Jackson asks how insurers can stem the rising cost of whiplash cases.
In the latest of its ongoing series, web performance specialist Gomez looks at Churchill's website.
Lord Justice Jackson has outlined his intention of securing a complete implementation of his civil litigation reforms.
The Law Society has slammed plans to exclude financial institution claims from the compulsory minimum terms of professional indemnity insurance.
Insurance companies have been warned that it would be a "risky strategy" to delay the implementation of Solvency II on the basis of the Omnibus II directive.
Looking through Post's back catalogue paints unique picture of more than 150 years of insurance news, as this highlight from 100 years ago reveals.
The Mirror Group Newspapers' recent court victory, when it challenged paying disproportionate success fees, could spell the beginning of the end for recoverability. Andrew Parker analyses the decision and its potential ramifications.
Cashback and voucher code firm Quidco has launched a motor insurance comparison site that allows users to earn cashback on their quotes.
Former Jubilee group chief executive Clive Buesnel has denied claims that he planned to relieve Kate Lewis of some of her duties because of her gender when she held the post of finance and operations director.
RISK solutions and asset recovery company Avertis has appointed nine case managers from specialist police investigation teams to join its network of analysts and field investigators.
The different levels of readiness and varying budgets among insurers revealed in the report Getting set for Solvency II recently released by Pricewaterhouse Coopers surely came as no surprise to the insurance industry.