Fully Comp episode 3: Will parametrics live up to the hype - and could it ever enter the insurance mainstream?
Welcome to the third episode of Fully Comp, Insurance Post’s new regular video series tackling some of the biggest issues in insurance.
The coronavirus pandemic has upended how we go about our day to day lives, with organisations forced to rapidly change how they operate while facing new challenges. Against this backdrop, Post wants to find out how your trade bodies and professional…
Specialists across the insurance industry have voiced their concerns about the potential for a build-up of legionella bacteria in buildings left empty over lockdown.
The remote working trend ushered in by the coronavirus pandemic is here to stay, but is now without its downsides, attendees at Post’s Future of Insurance Work event heard on Wednesday.
Three months after leaving behind a career in rights of light surveying for a new challenge in insurance broking, Victoria Kancheva was placing million-pound policies at Clear Insurance Management.
Aon UK CEO Julie Page has been appointed president of the Chartered Insurance Institute.
Brokers called for the government to introduce a zero-rate insurance premium tax for young driver telematics policies in oral evidence at the Transport Committee’s inquiry into road safety and young and novice drivers.
A-Plan Group has struck its first deal since being bought by Hyperion snapping up telematics specialist Ingenie.
Ardonagh’s CEO of MGA Binders and Facilities Derek Coles spoke to Post senior reporter Emmanuel Kenning about being subscale in Ardonagh, MGAs' need for differentiation, the Rural buy and future acquisition targets.
As trusted advisors providing access to high quality risk management resources brokers can help clients meet the challenges that lie ahead and should be in contact with insurers as early as possible to review cost and cover options, says Aviva’s chief…
Ardonagh is taking “remedial action” having been hit by a cyber incident, the group confirmed just after Gallagher also reported being attacked by hackers.
Welcome to the first episode of Fully Comp, Insurance Post’s new regular video series tackling some of the biggest issues in insurance.
Brightside’s Brendan McCafferty on why the insurance industry needs to get real on its social contract
The insurance industry needs to find the right answers quickly if it is going to rebuild its reputation with the public, particularly after the recent business interruption court case and dual pricing headlines, says Brightside CEO Brendan McCafferty.
Today is the day we can finally reveal the winners of the Insurance Post Claims and Fraud Awards 2020.
CDL has promoted commercial director Nigel Phillips to the CEO role with Gary Johnson moving across to be chairman as co-founder Tom Hogg steps down.
As part of a monthly series, Post looks into the future at how the insurance industry might change, focusing on a specific issue. In the latest instalment David Worsfold looks at transformation of Lloyd’s and the London market in the post Covid-19 era
Ardonagh is buying specialist retail broker Lloyd Latchford Group for £15.3m, Post can reveal.
When the transaction for HG to invest in Hyperion closes the private equity firm will hold “just over 20%” of the business, CEO David Howden told Post.
Private equity firm HG has invested in Howden-owner Hyperion in a deal that puts a $5bn (£3.9bn) enterprise value on the insurance group.
Ardonagh has offered to sell motorcycle specialist Bennetts to address the concerns of the Competition and Markets Authority and avoid a “long, burdensome and expensive phase two enquiry”.
There is now just a fortnight to go before Insurance Post holds its Future of Insurance Work event.
Ardonagh has reported a post-tax loss of £94.1m for the first six months of 2020 more than double the £41.8m deficit in the same period of last year.
Clear Group has bought Brokerbility Holdings including its broking, network and technology businesses for an undisclosed sum.
When lockdown happened in March some insurers and brokers were better placed than others to continue operating remotely with little or no impact on service. These firms had already been invested heavily in technology to enable more flexible working and…