Secretary general of the United Nations Antonio Guterres has called on insurers to phase out “the underwriting of coal and all fossil fuels”.
When the Solvency II regulation was conceived in 2001, the term Brexit didn’t even exist. Fast forward 20 years and as well as the UK’s exit from the European Union the general insurance market is facing a pandemic no one foresaw and persistently low interest rates. Post investigates what the two separate reviews of the regulation will mean for the UK and beyond
Lloyd's of London is looking to increase oversight of “persistent” underperformance as it is concerned underperformers are holding back the overall market.
Nearly six months after the UK left the European Union without any deal in place for its insurance and financial services sectors Post looks at how this story is playing out in terms of regulation and what the next six months might bring.
- Lloyd’s concerned about 'persistent underperformers' holding back the market
- EY: motor market to return to loss in 2021; Canopius unveils algorithmic MGA; Kitsune sold to XS Direct
- Scor and Covéa ink truce bringing bitter feud to an end
- Intelligence: What is happening to European insurance regulation?
- Uber restricts drivers to insurance panel as market insiders warn of ‘huge ramifications’
- Intelligence: What will the reviews of Solvency II mean for the UK and beyond?
- Sri Lanka ship fire: Marine experts call for cargo rule tightening and end to port 'pushing'
A ranking of the top 100 Prudential Regulation Authority-regulated UK insurance companies, with each business broken down by gross written premium, net written premium, underwriting result, retention ratio, solvency capital requirement and SCR Ratio.
Six up-and-coming claims managers, six ambitious candidates, all with one aim, to be crowned Claims Apprentice 2020. But who will be victorious?
Post, in association with Sønr, indexes the businesses driving the innovation across the market, some offering solutions to accelerate corporate activity, others paving their own futures.
Following on from Insurance Post’s Covid Casts, this new video series tackles some of the biggest issues in insurance including the future of flood insurance, mental health inclusivity, crowdfunding for insurtech, the Supreme Court business interruption ruling and whiplash protocol reaction.