Analysis: Tom Luckham explains why the European Union's Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive is pushing motor insurers towards even greater use of green parts.
Steven Mendel, CEO of ManyPets parent ManyGroup, has announced that he will step down from his role in mid-April and be replaced by current ManyPets UK CEO Luisa Barile.
Customers in the most ethnically diverse areas in England face higher car insurance premiums than those in areas with fewer minorities, a BBC investigation has revealed.
Zurich UK has reported a 9% increase in GWP for its property and casualty business in 2023, while profits jumped by £1m.
Law firm HF has warned that tinnitus has become a common symptom appearing in road traffic accident claims since the whiplash reforms.
Following the rise in romance insurance fraud, when a fraudster takes advantage of a romantic partner to extort money out of either them or an organisation, the Insurance Fraud Bureau has told Insurance Post that the issue remains ‘underreported.’
Allianz, along with DWF, has successfully seen two court cases for noise-induced hearing loss dismissed by judges, following the claimants being found to have been fundamentally dishonest.
Clean technology group Altilium has announced a partnership with LV and vehicle salvage supplier Synetiq, aiming to recycle electric vehicle batteries from written-off vehicles.
The Financial Ombudsman Service has confirmed that it has communicated with pet insurers over a string of exclusions-related complaints.
The Ministry of Justice has opened a call for evidence into the Whiplash tariff, first introduced in 2021, as part of a statutory review.
Owners of older pets saw their premiums increase by more than a quarter last year, according to Pearson Ham’s latest quarterly price index.
The Chartered Insurance Institute’s New Generation Programme Claims group has today published a report calling on the industry to heighten understanding of second-hand trauma.
A House of Lords report on electric vehicles has outlined what the government must do to reach its ambitious EV adoption targets.
A shortage of rental accommodation has resulted in providers talking to pod providers about rehoming policyholders in these structures while their homes are repaired, Insurance Post can reveal.
A voluntary code of conduct for the use of artificial intelligence in the claims industry has been launched, boasting support from Questgates, Covea and Ecclesiastical.
With a significant spike in complaints suggesting the home insurance industry is struggling to keep pace with the number of claims it is receiving, Tom Luckham examines what is behind settlement delays and how providers are managing expectations.
Qlaims Limited has announced the retirement of its founder, industry veteran Malcolm Harvey.
At an event for the National Flood Forum and the All-Party Parliamentary Group for flood prevention, FloodRe CEO Andy Bord urged insurers to “go even further” with flood resilience.