A look at the tumultuous changes of 2016 – and a preview of what 2017 may have in store for the industry
With more than five million SMEs in the UK and a recent warning that up to 40% of these may be underinsured, it is time for the insurance industry to step up and start tackling this rising problem.
With 5.4 million SMEs in the UK, more can be done to enhance the claims service they receive
Has anything changed in the SME sector since the FCA’s thematic review? And if not, why not?
The sharing economy is booming, with new businesses constantly bringing new offerings to market and insurance is playing a major role in supporting such innovation
With the sharing economy set to rocket in value over the next 10 years, the changing attitudes of the younger generation means insurers need to ditch their ‘one size fits all’ approach to insurance
With companies such as Uber and AirBnB taking huge chunks of their respective industries, the sharing economy is here to stay.
Specialist motor trade brokers met up with Allianz to discuss the hot topics in the market.
The motor trade market is evolving with the rise of autonomous vehicles, electric cars and changing consumer purchasing habits, but the sector still also has to deal with more traditional risks
Six months into 2016, what have been the highs and lows for the insurance industry – and what does the rest of the year have in store?
Claims management companies are to come under the remit of the Financial Conduct Authority. What effect will this have on the sector?
As regulation of claims management companies is relinquished by Government and handed to the Financial Conduct Authority, what lies ahead for insurance companies?
Three years after reforms, the underlying problems with the compensation system are still prevalent. What can be done to provide tangible change?
What additional services do insurance brokers need to consider?
Adding risk management services to their offering could help brokers differentiate themselves from their competitors. Our expert panel discuss outsourcing, regulation and how insurers can help
The casualty insurance area witnesses changes to legislation all the time, so insurers and brokers must be on top of their game when it comes to educating and communicating with the employers they work with
The casualty landscape is ever-changing. Insurers and brokers must be aware of all developments when giving advice
With the casualty market affected by claims inflation and periodic payment orders, is casualty insurance still an attractive option for insurers?
How will changes during 2015 impact the industry in the coming year?
With constant pressure on rates, insurers pulling out of the market and the rise of technology such as driverless cars, there are lots of opportunities, as well as pitfalls, in fleet insurance
Our expert panel examines the future for commercial fleet broking.
The London property market is experiencing high levels of competition at the moment with lots of brokers and insurers seeking business and striving to provide the best service and products possible.
The diverse scope of overseas clients requires greater communication than ever between insurer, broker and investor.
Overseas investment in London has meant high and stable property prices. How can insurers stay in touch in such a competitive arena?