The UK government has been urged to “err on the side of caution” when dictating the rules of e-scooter trials next month.
The UK government has pledged support for coronavirus-affected businesses which rely on trade credit insurance through a temporary reinsurance agreement.
Consolidation and the global coronavirus pandemic have driven a slowdown in insurtech investment in the first quarter of the year, experts have cautioned, with the worst of the Covid-19 impact on funding yet to come.
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As investment returns drop due to coronavirus claimant and insurance lawyers have urged parties not to take a short-term view on the discount rate and a possible early review of a dual discount rate saying its a time for "stability and not disruption”.
A judge has ruled in favour of AIG in its application to substitute the named claimant on its claim against roofers and RSA, allowing the property damage claim to go ahead.
The number of adults identifying as vulnerable in the home and motor insurance markets has doubled in the last year and insurers have been urged to ensure they are being inclusive as the regulator reviews their actions.
The Financial Conduct Authority has sent out letters to approximately 300 brokers and managing general agents asking them to provide detailed information regarding their financial resources and client money accounts.
Industry 'did not do enough' to prepare society for pandemic, must not fail on climate: Unfriend Coal
Having previously identified both pandemic risk and climate change as the world's "greatest threat," the insurance industry must champion a green and fair recovery from the Covid-19 crisis to help avert another emergency, NGOs have urged.
The Association of Consumer Support Organisations and the Association of British Insurers have set a number of voluntary principles for insurers and law firms to follow to enable the timely resolution of disputes during the ongoing coronavirus crisis.
Coverys Managing Agency has appointed Robert Forster as director of underwriting with effect from June, replacing Phil Sloan who is retiring from the position.
The personal injury protocol calling for solicitors and insurers to work together to mitigate the impact of the Covid-19 outbreak and protect access to justice will now remain in place for at least an extra four weeks.
McLarens has appointed Neil Baldwin as executive director at its UK and Ireland business, replacing Nigel Clarke.
Members of Parliament have called for insurers to refund motorists based on coronavirus lockdown savings, following Admiral's pledged £25 per customer rebate yesterday.
Admiral has pledged £110m towards automatic refunds as motor customers are staying at home and driving less during the UK-wide Covid-19 lockdown.
Following Davies' acquisition of Keoghs further consolidation is expected in the claims sector and it could push mid-sized firms out of the picture.
Storm Dennis will hit the UK this weekend, following a claims surge and disruption from last weekend's Storm Ciara.
Zurich’s UK general insurance arm saw profit almost double and its combined operating ratio improve in its 2019 financial year.
A code of practice for property flood resilience aimed at homeowners and industry bodies was yesterday launched at Parliament.
Insurers and loss adjusters are reporting a surge in claims and calls, as they warn more disruption and damage is expected after Storm Ciara hit the UK over the weekend with winds of more than 80mph.
A model similar to the Motor Insurers' Bureau's untraced and uninsured drivers payout scheme has been suggested as one way survivors of institutional child sexual abuse could be compensated.