John Neal, CEO of Lloyd’s of London, has responded to claims he is chasing more multi-national insurers to join Aviva and enter the marketplace.
Post Podcast: Insurance is now having to compete with a whole new breed of companies, including Deliveroo, for fresh talent, according to Grant Clemence, chair of the QBE Foundation.
John Bissell, executive director of Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters, reveals plans to update the sector’s qualifications and ensure his members shape insurer’s practices, products and government policy.
Admiral has struck a deal with Google Cloud, which will see the technology giant host the provider’s policy management and billing platforms plus use generative artificial intelligence to produce new products and services.
Data analysis: In the last year, research by Confused.com’s home insurance experts revealed more than 8,000 people in the UK Googled “What does landlord insurance cover?”
Insurance chiefs and boards must produce an annual assessment of compliance with the Consumer Duty that highlights flaws rather than papers over cracks, a former Financial Conduct Authority leader has warned.
Editor’s View: As soon as Legal Services Board CEO Matthew Hill, pictured, was named the Chartered Insurance Institute’s third CEO in as many three years, insurers contacted Emma Ann Hughes to share what they think should be at the top of his in-tray.
A ghost broker who targeted Sudanese nationals living in the UK has been sentenced after LV’s fraud team spotted six motor insurance policies that he took out using false information.
The Chartered Insurance Institute has hired Matthew Hill, currently CEO of the Legal Services Board, as the group’s third CEO in as many years.
The British Insurance Brokers’ Association has asked for more information about how HM Treasury and parliament will keep tabs on whether the industry’s regulators are doing a good job.