The number of personal injury motor insurance claims has fallen to the lowest level in nine years, government figures published today reveal.
Eldon Insurance has denied allegations that customer data was used in the Leave.EU campaign.
Exclusive: Campaigners have called for the Office of National Statistics to collate motor insurance statistics for use in parliament.
Nick Marson, founder of Parallel Mind, talks to commentators from across the insurance market to garner their views of how the insurance market can respond with one collective voice to meet the challenge of restoring public trust
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Find out who ranks highest in the Top 100 UK insurers in Post’s 2017 countdown. The data, produced in association with AM Best, lists firms based on their Solvency II returns.
Speaking to brokers and insurers in the sector Post asked them about the cyber landscape, coverage available and risk management.
A lack of large natural disasters, favourable exchange rates and a number of sizeable mergers have seen many of the top 30 European insurers weather the tough environment and climb the rankings complied by AM Best
Post, in association with Tällt Ventures, indexes those that have the most potential to influence, change or disrupt the global market.