UK-based insurtech startup Cuvva has raised £15m in series A funding round as it prepares to launch a pay-monthly product at the beginning of next year and disrupt the existing insurance status quo
With the Ogden discount rate in Scotland set to remain at minus 0.75%, could insurers in the country start to feel squeezed, and begin to be squeezed out?
Watchstone has been served a letter before action by law firm Harcus Parker, on behalf of shareholders who suffered a loss when the company (then Quindell) was forced to revise its 2013 accounts.
Insurance payouts to people affected by recent floods in Yorkshire and the Midlands are expected to reach £110m, the Association of British Insurers has estimated.
Specialist Risk Group has a "well thought out target list" of firms and will continue to seek acquisitive growth after buying jewellers' block specialist broker David Codling and Associates, its chief financial officer Charlie Love told Post.
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.
Uber's private hire operator’s licence will not be renewed, after Transport for London found a "pattern of failures" by the company that placed passengers' safety at risk.
The owner of Go Compare, Goco, has appointed Seb Chakraborty as group chief technology officer, with immediate effect.
Exclusive: NFU is actively recruiting for a new head of claims following the departure of Jon Cawley.
The insurance industry has reported mixed responses to reports of “shameful” behaviour by staff at the London offices of the Financial Conduct Authority.
Cyber has been long-touted as offering insurers and brokers a huge opportunity in commercial lines – from SMEs to corporates. But as individual consumers become ever more aware of their vulnerability to data breaches and cyber attacks, an equally large…
Fire Protection Association calls for a quick ban on combustible cladding in all high risk residencies
The government must work quickly to make changes to building regulations and ban combustible cladding in all high risk residencies, the Fire Protection Association has urged.