Mustafa Kasim, who was sentenced to six months in prison in November for stealing data from Audatex, has now been ordered to pay a confiscation order of £25,500.
A majority of insurers believe that mergers & acquisitions will drive more than half of the growth in the industry over the next five years, research by Deloitte has found.
Neos intends to double its UK direct customer numbers this year, amid international expansion plans and the launch of an add-on product for the UK market.
Ecclesiastical claims handlers suggested a child abuse survivor could be “bought off” for a modest sum, according to a cache of emails obtained by Post.
This week the best and brightest in the insurance community gathered in the Royal Albert Hall for the 25th British Insurance Awards.
The Danish Financial Supervisory Authority has ordered Gefion to not expand into new territories.
The Spanish Private Health Alliance hit out at “possible systemic fraud” committed by British insurers offering problematic medical cover within travel policies.
Dave Beswick, managing director of Saffron Insurance, will leave the broker at the beginning of next year.
Aviva has so far picked up 1400 members for its broker community, which it launched last October.
Premium finance providers Premfina and Close Brothers will continue funding Gefion premiums following the unrated insurer’s tussles with the Danish regulator, as Premium Credit pulls out.
Exclusive: There will likely be an uptick in child sexual exploitation cases following a Supreme Court judgment, lawyers have warned.
Zego has struck up a deal with e-scooter start-up Dott, which will see it enter the French and Belgian markets for the first time.
CRL is making “good progress” in talks to move its Alpha policyholders over to another insurer and has seen its deadline pushed back.
Share prices for the AA fell this morning, following investor Woodford Investment Management significantly reducing its stake in the business.
The Danish Financial Supervisory Authority has pegged Gefion’s solvency ratio as just 105% at May 2019, rather than the 130% the company has claimed.
Randall & Quilter and Phoenix Asset Management Partners have ended a joint venture deal to acquire reinsurance debt in insolvent estates.
A clone firm has been masquerading as UK General, the Financial Conduct Authority has warned.