Jen joined Insurance Post as a reporter in 2018.
She has won Willis Towers Watson’s insurance and reinsurance newcomer of the year twice in a row, in 2018 and 2019.
Also in 2019, Jen was Biba’s trade press journalist of the year and won the gold award for financial journalism category at MHP’s 30 to Watch awards, beating off competition from Guardian and Which?
In 2020 she was shortlisted in four categories at the Headline Money awards, including best B2B story and B2B journalist of the year, and took home the title of B2B General Insurance Journalist of the Year.
The Northern Irish Department of Justice intends to push its minus 1.75% personal injury discount rate change through by the end of May.
Covéa has filed a complaint against Scor CEO Denis Kessler, in a move blasted by Scor as “deceitful and groundless”.
Some claims on wedding insurance policies sold by managing general agent UK General that were initially rejected are now being paid with policyholders also receiving compensation, Post has learned.
The Financial Conduct Authority is set to grant firms until the end of 2021 to implement some of its pricing practices reforms.
Data released by the Financial Conduct Authority shows that up to 3 March insurers had paid out £192m towards interim payments and £279m to settle Covid-19 related business interruption claims affected by the regulator’s test case, with Covéa leading the…
Businesses due Covid payouts with longer indemnity periods must be aware of clawbacks – and why it is a gamble whether they accept a full and final settlement now or let their cover run.
While Lloyd’s Culture Survey 2020 results show a modicum of progress, ethnic minorities’ and women’s experiences continue to drag – even before considering the pandemic impact.
Helping leaseholders caught up in the cladding crisis in insurance sector's 'reputational interests', says Shadow Economic Secretary
The insurance industry should work to help leaseholders affected by the cladding crisis in order to service not only the national interest but its reputational interests, attendees at the Association of British Insurers’ annual conference have heard.
Briefing: BI claims portals a savvy loss adjuster initiative – but policyholders feel they are stuck ironing out kinks
Loss adjusters have created portals to deal with a deluge of business interruption claims, but some under pressure policyholders are struggling to get to grips with their requirements – can the industry do more to help?
Insurers have responded to draft declarations regarding the Supreme Court’s January business interruption ruling, with the Hiscox Action Group flagging concerns that they may seek to “read down” the judgment.
Gibraltar-based Prometheus Insurance Company, formerly trading as Tradewise Insurance Company, has entered administration.
Tesco Bank new and renewing home and motor policies will be underwritten by Tesco Underwriting from August, the business announced on Tuesday.
The businesses behind Weddingplan and Debenhams wedding insurance are “considering” the impact of the Supreme Court judgment and what it means for policyholders who did not get lockdown payouts for cancelled weddings, Post has learned.
Exclusive: The former boss of disgraced Bury-based claims firm Harringtons Advisory, Ibrar Akbar, passed away in 2019 – but his name continues to be used on accounts paperwork for another of his companies.
The government faces calls to act as an insurer of last resort for fire safety engineers’ professional indemnity insurance.
The Financial Conduct Authority has published proposals to cap the fees claims management companies can charge their customers.
Claims firms and no-win-no-fee solicitors have ramped up attempts to get businesses to make Covid-related claims with them following the Supreme Court business interruption ruling – but insurance experts are concerned that fees could be as much as 40% of…
The government has announced a scheme to cover care homes that have struggled to take on people who have been discharged from hospital following a Covid-19 positive test but have further support needs due to a lack of available insurance.
Insurers have been found hugely wanting by a business interruption judgment that is a victory for common sense. But the struggle is not over yet, for them or their customers.
Clarity on the potential for 200 UK job losses, and more in Scandinavia, is being sought by RSA employee representatives.