Aviva’s plan to cut company sick pay entitlement mid-pandemic is at best a head scratcher.
Direct Line and More Than launch telematics products; Easy Jet adds Covid-19 cover; Sedgwick sells UK subsidiary; and Shift becomes latest European insurtech unicorn
Post wraps up the major insurance deals, launches, investments and strategic moves of the week not covered elsewhere on www.postonline.co.uk
A freedom of information request by Post to the Financial Conduct Authority has revealed the watchdog is taking an average of 129 days to make a decision on authorising firms applying for permission to trade as general insurance brokers selling non-investment insurance contracts.
The recently announced tie-up between Ardonagh Portfolio Solutions and Beazley is most immediately of interest to those with a London Market leaning. However, there are potential future implications for the UK retail market.
Sustainability is important at Allianz and by working with Kinnarps UK and Waste to Wonder Network Operations Ltd, we have been able to donate our unused office funtiure from our Liphook office closure, to important educational projects in Romania, Cameroon and in the UK. pic.twitter.com/imesMibQbz— James Burge (@AllianzUKFraud) May 4, 2021
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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.