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.
If the discount rate in Northern Ireland is made minus 1.75% this will lead to price hikes and potentially vast jumps in the cost of individual claims, insurers and lawyers have warned.
Admiral saw profits rise in 2019 as its UK insurance results were buoyed by positive development in prior year claims costs, reserve releases and commission.
Firms must be ready for coronavirus disruption, the Financial Conduct Authority has cautioned, with organisations’ contingency plans being reviewed and concerns remaining around call centres.
Hiscox yesterday played down worries over coronavirus as it revealed it had seen some small claims.
The insurance impact of Storm Jorge is expected to be less severe than its predecessors Ciara and Dennis.
The Northern Irish Department of Justice plans to change the Northern Irish personal injury discount rate to minus 1.75%, pending a statutory consultation.
The gender ban in insurance pricing was not approached in the right way and shows why ratings factors should be linked to actual risk, Admiral UK insurance CEO Cristina Nestares has argued.
Exclusive: Arron Banks' broker Eldon still faces a data audit and fine after it and Leave EU’s appeals against the Information Commissioner’s Office were thrown out by a tribunal, Post can reveal.
The Ministry of Justice has addressed a “loophole” meaning children and vulnerable adults will be able to recoup representation costs when the delayed whiplash portal rolls out, but questions linger over its start date, pressure on courts and claimants…
The chair of Natural England, Tony Juniper, yesterday urged insurers to put their weight behind upcoming climate change talks in Glasgow later this year.
The team in charge of the Lloyd’s Blueprint One modernisation plans admits the process is not yet pinned down as Lloyd’s CEO John Neal said they would be “happy” to run proofs of concept several times before hitting on success, as the corporation today…
Delays to the legislation that will govern the whiplash portal mean it is highly unlikely the portal will launch in April, Association of British Insurers director general Huw Evans projected.
General insurance CEOs want to tackle dual pricing and support further regulatory intervention, a conference heard.
The "significant" impact of river flooding is expected to persist over the next few days, the Environment Agency confirmed, as insurers continue to receive a surge of claims on the back of storms Dennis and Ciara.
The Financial Conduct Authority is well within its rights to give the wholesale market a telling off on culture and modernisation, writes Post news editor Jen Frost.
The London Market Group has expressed its disappointment with the Financial Conduct Authority’s latest sector views report and requested a meeting with the regulator to discuss its findings.
Representatives of the Church of England passed a motion opening the door for redress for survivors of child sexual abuse, but questions remain over what role its insurers will play, if any, in a fund.