Amid rumblings in the tech sector and trouble at We Work, which could drive more insurtechs to seek a sale to incumbents, Lemonade has reportedly put its initial public offering on hold.
As Markel International gears up for more growth across its national markets business and looks to build on its presence in Europe, Jen Frost spoke to Markel International president William Stovin about the history of the business and why Brexit has…
Insurers remain uncertain over how any change to limitation law surrounding child sexual abuse cases could affect claims levels, an inquiry heard.
Defendant and claimant lawyers testifying in front of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse yesterday agreed that the current system is not working for victims and survivors, but warned clarity is needed on the consequences of altering…
If Uber's appeal to keep its private hire operator’s licence in London fails then this may have an immediate impact on insurtechs such as Zego and Inshur, but experts are divided on whether the longer-term outlook is brighter for them.
Travelers is among a number of insurers that are exposed to a pending £10m legal claim against Staffordshire Police by a former member of Parliament, who was accused of non-recent child sexual abuse, Post can reveal.
Lloyd’s has launched a campaign to encourage people to speak up over “unacceptable behaviour”, after its culture survey revealed less than half of respondents felt comfortable in raising concerns.
The former CEO of a mutual insurer is looking at fines and a ban, following a joint investigation by the Financial Conduct Authority and Prudential Regulation Authority.
Insurance trade bodies have found themselves at loggerheads over whether part of insurance premium tax should be ring-fenced for flood defences.
Flooding in the north of England could cost insurers between £80m and £120m, PWC has estimated, though this could rise.
Insurtech Zego has become a licensed insurance carrier in Gibraltar and is also expected to target a full UK licence.
UK flooding is expected to continue, as insurers and loss adjusters have warned of a "spike" in both personal and commercial lines claims as a result.
Ageas UK CEO Andy Watson has cautioned that amid the Ogden rate change and inflationary pressures, current motor rates are “surprisingly low and unsustainable”.
Solicitors must declare the source of their claims leads, Aviva has challenged, as research shows a tiny fraction of nuisance calls have the legally-required customer consent.
RSA UK has booked £8m in restructuring charges for the third quarter, as overall the group reported its operating profit was up.
Exclusive: The Ministry of Justice has defended itself over a "loophole" in whiplash legislation that lawyers and trade bodies argue could leave the majority of children injured in road traffic accidents without access to compensation or representation.
Insurtech Lemonade is fighting an injunction by T Mobile parent company Deutsche Telekom over use of the colour magenta.