"F**k being humble", "turn off your notifications", and "know your goals" were just three of the suggestions given to hundreds of members of Generation Z who attended iCan’s Elevate conference on Friday.
The Financial Conduct Authority is set to squeeze the insurance industry over the next 18 months, to prove to the next government it is a watchdog worth keeping.
Former Chartered Insurance Institute professional standards director Melissa Collett has been hired by Insurtech UK to take the helm of the trade body.
Claer Barrett, consumer editor of the Financial Times, has told insurers to up their social media game in order to change perceptions of the sector’s products and services.
Beazley has posted a small uptick in first-half pre-tax profits to a record $366m (£292.8m), boosted by its US property and European cyber businesses.
As RSA’s £530m purchase of Direct Line’s brokered commercial lines operations made the insurer the third-biggest player in this space, Ken Norgrove, CEO of RSA, revealed his plans to make further in-roads with the market's brokers.
It was announced last night that RSA and Direct Line had struck a deal that both businesses claim will boost their bottom lines.
Vanessa Chance, director of communications at SEC Newgate UK, raises the profile of Insurance United Against Dementia, learns more about using artificial intelligence in communications plus handles a potential reputational risk issue.
The Prudential Regulatory Authority’s latest review of the regulatory reporting it requires from UK insurers has been welcomed by Admiral.
Editor’s View: Emma Ann Hughes argues treating travel insurance customers fairly doesn’t mean treating them like an idiot only capable of ticking a box.
Aviva bosses have revealed the part rate and new product lines played in pushing general insurance premiums up 13% in the first half of 2023.
Ecclesiastical has received hundreds of financial lines claims from charities post pandemic with the provider predicting these organisations are seen as “easy targets”.
Colm Holmes, CEO of Allianz Holdings, has warned the insurance giant will need to continue to rate “to cover the impact of inflation” in the latter half of this year.
Robin Gilthorpe, who joined Earnix as CEO in February, plans to grow the business by offering UK insurers a route map to “true operational AI.”