Germany has adopted preliminary provisions, which could see the passporting rights of UK financial institutions, including insurers, temporarily extended in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
The Financial Conduct Authority has closed its market study of wholesale insurance brokers, saying it had “not found evidence of significant levels of harm that merit the introduction of intrusive remedies”.
Lloyd’s has confirmed Sir David Rowland, its chairman from 1993 to 1997, has passed away at the age of 85.
Axa XL has outlined a new target operating model and organisational structure that could see it cut 711 positions for its European workforce.
As top-flight salaries spiral ever upwards, Premier League football clubs are increasingly looking to insurance to lessen the blow of paying players unable to play or train through injury.
Insurers are increasingly hiring teams of loss adjusters to handle claims in-house, rather than outsourcing to a third-party firm. Post looks at this trend and whether it represents part of an established cycle
RSA is among the partner organisations working on a new government-funded two-year research programme into the application of machine learning and data analytics for risk modelling.
Duck Creek Technologies hopes to attract new London Market clients following a partnership with Web Connectivity Limited.
National Accident Helpline Group’s first wholly-owned law firm will start trading in April.
Tributes have flooded in from across the industry to Peter Shaw, former CEO of Thatcham Research, whose death was announced on Monday.