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The Insurance Fraud Enforcement Department has launched a ‘crackdown’ of opportunistic fraud within personal injury and property claims.
Exclusive: Amazon put on a ‘beauty parade’ to insurers last December with the intention of pitching itself as a motor managing general agent.
Insurers have been slammed for increasing rates on auto-renewals, amounting to what campaigners call a 'loyalty tax' of £37m.
Price comparison site, GoCompare has decided to remove candidates’ names from CVs and create an all-female shortlist for its chief marketing officer role, in a bid to attract more female staff.
Ageas used its full weather damage claims allowance for the year during Q1 2018 after the fallout experienced by the Beast from The East.
One Call Insurance has partnered with US connected home start-up, Roost, in order to roll out IoT products across its home insurance product lines.
If only online retailers worked in the same way as price comparison sites and insurers.
Industry bodies for brokers and insurers have agreed guidelines to halt the controversial practice of dual pricing.
Allianz will stop insuring single coal-fired power plants and coal mines and divest from companies planning to build more than 500 MW of new coal power capacity.
Charles Taylor Insuretech Limited has acquired Latin American insurance technology software provider Inworx.
Exclusive: Zurich has said it is uncertain as to whether or not it will lose staff as a result of its recent shake up to change where certain types of business are underwritten.
Anti-fraud network No Office Walls has become an associated member of the Association of British Insurers and has on boarded seven large UK insurers and brokers to the platform.
Insurtech start-up Laka has graduated from the Financial Conduct Authority sandbox and will extend its partnership with Zurich.
Price comparison website disruptor, Honcho has been granted authorisation from the Financial Conduct Authority as it expands into the motor insurance market.
Crawford’s head of financial risk services, Steven Nock, is to join loss assessor Harris Balcombe when partner Nick Balcombe retires in autumn this year.
Bridle Insurance CEO, Stewart Donald, is set to sell Eastleigh, in order to buy Sunderland Football Club.
Smart insurance provider Neos has partnered with Homeserve Labs and will begin to offer Leak Bot devices to its home insurance policy holders from June 2018.
Hastings Direct said it experienced an unforeseen increase in claims costs due to adverse weather conditions experienced during the beginning of 2018.