There may be several Blockchain prototypes available for companies to choose from at present but there will be a "narrowing" in terms of successful models later on, a consultant said.
Some investment criteria into insurtech start-ups “don’t make sense over time”, said Neil Harrison, global head of claims at Aon Risk Solutions, warning against “innovation that is going to cause dissatisfaction”.
Senior executives of major financial businesses admit they were unprepared for the spate of costly natural catastrophes that hit the American coastline at the tale end of last year.
Connected cars are vulnerable to hacking and therefore pose a terror risk, a conference in Budapest heard.
Building regulations are being reviewed in the wake of the deadly Grenfell fire and Neil Clutterbuck, chief underwriting officer at Allianz, points out construction details need to be fully disclosed to insurers.
British drivers who have a car accident in the European Union can currently seek redress through UK courts but Brexit could change that. Mark Hemsted, partner at Clyde & Co, lists the points to keep an eye on.
Axis Capital estimates it will take a $130m hit as a result of fourth quarter catastrophe and weather-related losses.
Losses from a single cyber attack could see the industry fork out more than a major loss natural catastrophe like Hurricane Katrina.
2017 was the most expensive year on record for weather-related insured losses according to the Insurance Council of New Zealand.
Current Aviva UK general insurance CEO Colm Holmes has left the role to become president and CEO of Aviva Canada.
Raising the small claims limit will drive personal injury claimants into the arms of claims management companies, a parliamentary committee heard.
The trade credit sector is braced for heavy losses following the collapse of construction giant Carillion.
A man has been jailed and three others have been sentenced for orchestrating two cases of crash for cash frauds.
The Civil Procedure Rule Committee's call for evidence on holiday sickness claims closes today.
On 12 January Post published a story claiming David Pigot, the UK and international CEO of Cunningham Lindsey, had left the business.
This week, as Theresa May reshuffled her cabinet, the insurance industry underwent its own shake-up.
As the Justice Select Committee prepares to hear oral evidence about the government's personal injury proposals, Carpenters director Donna Scully bemoans the unrepresentative makeup of those giving evidence at a time when those in power need to be held…
Catastrophe modeling firm AIR Worldwide has estimated between €1.1bn (£980m) and €1.6bn of insured losses from winter storm Eleanor.
Global loss adjuster Cunningham Lindsey has promoted Singapore CEO Robert Williams.
Almost 10 million Britons have been approached about making a compensation claim for being sick while on holiday, according to the Association of British Travel Agents.
New capital entering the reinsurance sector will wash away any relief gained from rate rises at January renewals, Aon Benfield has said.
Australian financial services group Suncorp has breached its nat cat allowance for the first half of the year.
Canadian life and health insurer Manulife has created an online platform for small medical claims in Hong Kong.
The departure of Michael Woodgate from loss adjuster Woodgate and Clark was not related to a criminal case that concluded last month, the company said.