Tesco Underwriting is 'well positioned' for customer satisfaction and market success following its joint venture buyout from Ageas, the insurance arm's boss told Post as it reported its first post-deal results.
A Supreme Court decision on Qualified One-way Costs Shifting provisions in the Civil Procedure Rules may 'at first blush look counterintuitive and unfair’, judges have admitted.
Treasury Select Committee chair Mel Stride MP has written to Google, Ebay, Facebook and Amazon with a series of questions relating to their policies and actions to combat economic crime, prevent fraud and protect consumers.
Insurers have queried signposting missteps around the whiplash portal as Post can reveal there is no advertising budget to raise awareness.
The launch of the whiplash portal has made it more difficult for firms to make money handling small claims, leading to firms reassessing their models. Post investigates what the sector will look like in a post reform world.
Minster Law has reached an agreement to take over Irwin Mitchell’s fast-track personal injury business with intentions to “lead consolidation in the market”.
The current listing regime is 'stuck in 1984', a Financial Conduct Authority official said as they forecast some changes by the end of the year.
With resignations on the rise employers risk overlooking candidates from diverse backgrounds, Dive In attendees heard.
Jimmy Williams, co-founder and CEO of Urban Jungle, spoke to Post about how his own experience with home insurance inspired him to address issues the industry is facing, ambitions to branch outside of property and how views of insurtechs are changing.
The introduction of the Financial Conduct Authority’s pricing review has shifted attitudes to insurtechs and is leading to insurers competing to work with them, according to Urban Jungle CEO Jimmy Williams.
Insurers and lawyers have warned of 'unintended consequences' for lorry drivers and fleet underwriters from next year's Highway Code revamp.
The Lloyd’s Market Association has appointed six board members, bringing a broad range of disciplines to support the market, with the number of females at the group almost doubling to seven.
Former BGL boss Matthew Donaldson and ex-Hastings chairman Neil Utley have been appointed as non-executive directors at Markerstudy Group.
Exclusive: Most of the general public are unaware of the new Official Injury Claim whiplash portal, a survey commissioned by Post has shown.
Motor insurers are increasingly looking to green parts in the drive towards sustainability.
Total enquiries to the Employers' Liability Tracing Office fell in 2020 as more people worked from home, with noise-induced hearing loss continuing to top searches.