Briefing: Walls closing in on insurers’ business interruption furlough savings

Coronavirus

The pressure is mounting for insurers to rethink business interruption furlough savings, Post news editor Jen Frost argues in the wake of a landmark Australian judgment.

The Federal Court of Australia last week ruled the country’s furlough equivalent should not be deducted from business interruption claims, in a move that will give fresh hope to UK businesses and

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How to support insurance customers in vulnerable circumstances

As the Financial Conduct Authority intends to check claims-handling response times, and whether insurers are doing enough to help customers in vulnerable circumstances, Winn Group chief information officer Clint Milnes explains what providers need to do to meet the watchdog’s expectations.

How insurers should navigate supply chain disruption

With supply chain disruption continuing, Bill Bradshaw, operations senior vice president for London operations at FM Global­, says companies need to prioritise resilience and proactive prevention measures beyond insurance reliance.

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