Data analysis: Fairer Finance’s latest consumer survey shows Audi, NFU Mutual, BMW, Santander, and By Miles have the happiest motor insurance customers and digs into the reasons why they are more cheerful than most.
As COP 28 kicks off on 30 November, Emma Ann Hughes examines how the race to net zero is creating stranded assets, affecting insureds and insurers.
Data analysis: While the overall number of pet insurance providers has been decreasing for some time, Angela Pilley, insight consultant for general insurance at Defaqto, explores how the number of policies available has increased significantly.
Munich Re remained in first place of Insurance Post’s Top 50 Reinsurers 2023 list, with Swiss Re and Hannover Rück SE joining Munich Re on the podium this year.
Ahead of Black Friday on 24 November, Sophie King examines the impact that challenges affecting the global supply chain could have on product recall and liability claims for insurers.
Analysis of Solvency II reporting of 100 of the largest non-life UK and Ireland insurers showed the financial strength of the market remains strong but providers need to up their game on articulating operational risks.
Analysis: As inflation continues to be an issue across all lines of insurance, Sam Barrett explores how brokers can use AI to manage underinsurance risk and valuations.
Data analysis: The amount of competition insurers face in attracting tech talent plus the type of skills providers are hunting for has been revealed by an Insurance Post deep dive into LinkedIn job adverts.
Analysis: Edmund Tirbutt examines what the advent of non-fungible tokens means for insurers, and whether the industry is designing an array of cover for this emerging art form.
Insurers report substantial work is still needed to better understand and explain IFRS 17 results and improve business-as-usual reporting processes, according to a WTW survey.
Analysis: Fiona Nicolson examines why the illegal cultivation of cannabis is a growing problem for both residential and commercial landlords as well as the wider community.
Data analysis: Admiral, Direct Line Group, Aviva, Axa and RSA were the most complained about general insurers in the first half of 2023, according to the latest Financial Ombudsman Service data.
Data analysis: In a challenging economic environment, insurance executives have shared they are increasingly spreading their attention across many operational areas to prioritise profitability over growth.