The top five European stories from www.insuranceinsight.com over the past seven days.
A delegation from Poland is the latest in a number of nations that has visited London to learn more about the fraud detection techniques used by the British insurance industry.
With all the turmoil across the Eurozone and with regulatory upheaval ahead, it seems it could be an interesting time for the bancassurance market, as Jakki May reports.
Use of geocoding is common in insurers and has been for some time but Tim Spencer asks if insurers really understand the data they have at their fingertips and are making the best use of it.
Despite a slowdown compared with 2010, Coface is expecting the steady pace of growth of emerging countries to continue, forecasting their economies to grow at 5.7%, in 2011.
Belgian banking and insurance group KBC has confirmed plans to ditch the flotations of its Hungarian and Czech Republic subsidiaries.
When it comes to business process outsourcing (BPO), the message has always been clear: go east.
Insurance Insight November is now live with a review of the Polish general insurance market, and a close look at changes to supervisory authorities due to be enforced next year in the EU, as well as our regular View From the Top slot this month on…