Senior Reporter, Post
Harry is a senior reporter for Insurance Post covering the London market, corporate lines and risk management.
He joined Insurance Post in 2018 and won the British Insurance Brokers’ Association most promising newcomer award in 2019.
The government will launch a consultation on proposed counterterrorism measures that smaller premises will have to take as soon as possible, according to a Home Office official.
David Walsh and Graeme Newman will leave CFC Underwriting in 2024 following a Lloyd’s investigation into allegations of non-financial misconduct at the company.
Stonegate, the UK’s largest pub group, has agreed a settlement with MS Amlin, Liberty Mutual and Zurich, bringing an end to a long-running legal dispute over Covid business interruption losses.
Allianz is suing Revolut for £10.4m, alleging that the neobank breached its obligations under a deal it struck in 2021 for Allianz to provide travel insurance to Revolut customers.
Ukraine has struck a deal with Marsh and insurers at Lloyd’s to set up a public-private partnership providing cover for Black Sea grain shipments.
A “refocused” R&Q legacy insurance business will expect to deliver operating profitability by the end of 2025 if the proposed sale of the company’s programme management arm Accredited goes ahead.
Financials Acquisition Corp, which had planned to provide hundreds of millions of pounds of capacity to Lloyd’s syndicates as early as 2024, following a proposed merger, is now set to appoint liquidators.
Lloyd’s has launched a programme of initiatives to help Black and ethnically diverse people join and build careers in the market following independent research into its historic links to the transatlantic slave trade.
Insurers that don’t share claims data with the wider market risk being “left behind”, LexisNexis Risk Solutions’ James Burton has told Insurance Post.
The UK government has backed an insurance scheme developed by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development to boost the provision of cover for war risks in Ukraine.
A legal dispute between several Premier League football clubs and their insurers over Covid-19-related business interruption payouts is set to go to trial in 2025, according to a court order.
Direct Line Group has appointed former Covéa personal lines managing director James Gearey as director of claims services.
A law firm claiming to represent thousands of SMEs has initiated dozens of fresh Covid-related business interruption court proceedings.
The insurers in a group of Covid-related business interruption disputes, being heard by the Commercial Court this week, have argued that the policies in question did not cover central government actions.
Chartered Insurance Institute CEO Alan Vallance will leave the professional body next spring to take up an equivalent role at the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.
Pub chain Fuller’s has received a £500,000 payout from Aviva after the insurer admitted liability in a dispute over Covid-19-related business interruption cover, a London court has heard.
Analysis: Harry Curtis examines the applications of algorithmic underwriting in commercial and specialty insurance, what role the approach leaves for human underwriters, and what challenges it presents.