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.
Climate change means the areas impacted by subsidence will double by 2050, and double again by 2080, Heikki Vesanto, manager for GIS data science at LexisNexis Risk Solutions, has warned.
Sarah Pearson, head of enterprise risk management at Ecclesiastical Insurance, kicks off the day with Special K, helps businesses to carry on and ends the week abseiling down Derby Cathedral to support Rainbows Children’s Hospice.
Editor’s View: Emma Ann Hughes explores how much cash insurers are spending on generative artificial intelligence in 2024 and the lessons they should learn from Facebook.
How inflation and the Consumer Duty resulted in premiums increasing, cover stripped back and product supply shrinking in 2023 is the focus of the latest Insurance Post Podcast.
Glyn Brookes-Humphrey, director of regional operations at Woodgate & Clark, reveals he would love to be a hunchback lawyer in Tudor times and why he doesn’t take anything or anyone for granted.
Specialist Risk Group CEO Warren Downey and deputy CEO Lee Anderson explain how Marsh snapping up JLT created a gap in the market for a "great alternative for great specialists."
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.
Insurers gathered at the Guidewire Connections conference have been told to stop talking about “modernisation,” to ditch Big Bang-style transformation programmes and pursue bite-sized technology updates.
Embedded insurance could result in mis-purchasing, the former head of supervision for the general insurance retail sector at the Financial Conduct Authority, Michael Sicsic, has warned.
More than three and a half years on from the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, there are still “a lot” of business interruption cover cases rumbling through the courts, according to Joanna Grant, partner at Fenchurch Law.
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.
It's close to Halloween, so Insurance Post editor Emma Ann Hughes is looking for some evil things lurking in the dark that are ready to scare general insurers.
Potential indicators of a fraudulent claim submitted during the cost-of-living crisis were revealed during the latest Insurance Post Podcast.