Insurers have received thousands of claims as Storm Arwen brought 98 miles per hour winds causing power cuts and travel disruption across the UK.
As part of its transformation to become a more innovative and assertive regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority has confirmed more decisions will be taken by its senior managers than by the Regulatory Decisions Committee.
MCE Insurance CEO Julian Edwards has pledged legal action against the Gibraltar Financial Services Commission following the appointment of administrators at MCE’s Gibraltar-based insurer.
Post content director Jonathan Swift looks at the rationale behind Lemonade’s proposed takeover of Metromile and asks if the UK could be poised to a see a deal of similar scale among domestic insurtechs.
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Asia Pacific non-life insurers have proven their agility and tenacity in overcoming headwinds over the past year to deliver solid results. Christie Lee, senior director of analytics for Asia-Pacific at AM Best, discusses the region’s scorecard
The impact of Covid-19 saw the European non-life insurance market report a decline in gross written premium and profit after tax. AM Best analyses the numbers and reports on the movements in the ranking and the outlooks for the leading markets within the continent
Between 15 March and 15 May Post invited insurance employees, through emails, social media and via the brand’s print and online channels, to nominate and rate their employers on a variety of aspects including their management, diversity, work/life balance and whether they would recommend the employer to a friend. More than 2300 responses were received and more than 50 firms were nominated.