Apollo ruled out further dealings on Adani projects as climate campaigners hit Lloyd’s insurer CEOs with calendar invites and targeted companies on social media.
Minster Law has reported a £1.1m profit for 2019 as it launches a digital claims portal to 75% of its customers.
Climate campaigners from across the globe will join a digital protest calling on Lloyd’s to “act on the climate crisis, not act as the last refuge for climate wreckers like Adani to secure insurance”, with thousands of participants expected.
Lloyd’s diversity survey found that 71% of black employees say they have faced barriers to recruitment and 80% believe they experience barriers to promotion once in the role.
The Department of Justice for Northern Ireland has decided against changing the country's personal injury discount rate until a revised legal framework is in place.
Pet insurance provider Bought by Many will be changing its branding to Many Pets in markets outside of the UK, chief financial officer Luisa Barile told Post.
Around 44% of policyholders could find themselves with a shortfall in business interruption coverage due to a misunderstanding over gross profit.
ERS confirmed CEO Ian Parker will step down after seven years, as the motor-focused insurer revealed it is entering specialist commercial insurance.
Axa UK has appointed Tara Foley as CEO of Retail, replacing Laurent Matras, with effect on 2 November 2020.
It is “essential” the industry is clear about what cyber risks it is comfortable in covering and not covering to protect the industry's reputation, the Geneva Association's cyber director has urged.
The Covid-19 pandemic has pushed mental health to the top of insurer agendas as many employees continue to work from home, HDI Global director of distribution Stephanie Odgen has said.
Brokers called for the government to introduce a zero-rate insurance premium tax for young driver telematics policies in oral evidence at the Transport Committee’s inquiry into road safety and young and novice drivers.
Pool Re has published a forward-looking strategy looking at increasing the take up of catastrophe insurance by SMEs in light of current pandemic, ahead of its five-year review.
Businesses have put their return to office plans on hold following the latest statement from the government asking people in England to work from home where possible.
Insurers that do not pay claims swiftly and choose to appeal following the judgment in the Financial Conduct Authority’s business insurance test case could end up paying out more under the Enterprise Act, lawyers have cautioned.
Lloyd's could seek to take "the most dramatic of action" and ban firms that do not meet gender targets from trading, Lloyd's CEO John Neal has warned.
As the driver in a fatal autonomous Uber car crash from 2018 was charged with negligent homicide, the insurance industry has warned more needs to be done before introducing Automated Lane Keeping Systems onto UK roads next year.
Some of the Insurers involved in the Financial Conduct Authority’s business interruption test case saw share prices increase following the verdict, despite participants being told to pay out for some claims.
Insurers have been urged to consider the “reputational damage they may suffer” before appealing the Financial Conduct Authority's business interruption test case judgment.
Total Covid-19 losses remain an unknown, leading to greater complexities and individual approaches at 1 January reinsurance renewals, Guy Carpenter has cautioned.