Anthony Hughes has been named chairman and CEO of the Credit Hire Organisation
Insurtech startup Birds Eye View has closed a seed funding round led by SFC Capital, with the funds matched by the European Space Agency.
Live Well by Zurich and Polar Electro will work together to help customers of both companies gain access to services that will help them reach their wellbeing goals.
The British Insurance Brokers' Association wants insurers to bring verbal communication with brokers back to the claims process to "cut down the misunderstanding rate".
RSA Insurance has launched a domestic abuse policy to support employees who may be suffering as victims of domestic abuse.
Beazley chair, David Roberts will be standing down from the board in autumn to take up the role as chair of the Court of the Bank of England.
Markerstudy has faced a backlash from repair shops and customers with accusation of inadequate hourly rates, lengthy call waiting times, outstanding invoices and capacity concerns.
The trial in the case of Various Eateries v Allianz ended last week, with the UK restaurant chain and its insurer exchanging arguments in closing statements.
MGAs are driving change and innovation in the insurance industry and are vital in keeping the industry up to speed with key issues facing insurers right now.
Recruitment issues have hindered UK brokers’ optimistic growth expectations and are impacting insurance brokers of all sizes, according to research from Aviv
Brokers have been urged to revisit their controls to ensure they are designed properly and used effectively after JLT Specialty was slammed with its second fine for control failures.
Brokers have been urged to revisit property insurance with their commercial customers as insurers warn 50% of businesses are underinsured.
Lloyd’s of London has re-appointed Bruce Carnegie-Brown for his third term as chairman, effective from June 2022 and running to June 2025.
Brokers are continuing to “rise to the challenge” of difficult market conditions and mergers will continue unabated experts believe.
Experts urge major threshold changes to improve UK listed companies’ competitiveness in international auctions
Legal experts have urged the Financial Conduct Authority to take major steps to increase the threshold for requiring shareholder approval of significant transactions to stop UK listed insurers being at a disadvantage in competitive mergers and…
The Managing General Agents’ Association has appointed Tim Richards to the newly created role of technical services manager as part of its wider growth and development strategy.
The Financial Services Compensation Scheme has issued final levies for 2022/23 of £5.3m for brokers and £211.7m for insurers, down significantly on initial estimates.
Insurtech firm Getsafe is aiming to be one of Europe’s leading digital insurers as it launches buildings insurance to complete its home insurance proposition in the UK.