Could factors including economic growth in the East and increasingly burdensome UK regulation see Lloyd’s Asian hub in Singapore oust its London counterpart as the global centre of insurance?
Lloyd’s of London has been the global capital of insurance since Edward Lloyd opened his coffee shop back in 1688 – nearly 326 years ago. During that time it has managed to shrug off the impact of...
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Two rogue claims management companies suspected of ripping off hundreds of people have been raided as part of a wider crackdown.
Xchanging chief financial officer David Bauernfeind has resigned from his role following the company’s acquisition by CSC.
The Independent Loss Adjusters Association will launch a claims review service next Tuesday (10 May) in a move to help cut down on legal costs over disputed claims.