Beyond a reasonable doubt.

While an employer may be certain that one of his workers has been stealing from or cheating the company, proving it to the satisfaction of a loss adjuster so that an insurer pays out can be easier said than done. Ted Baskerville reports.

Lender v surveyor.

A mortgage lender which sued surveyors for negligently overvaluing property was found to be liable f...

IFAs to lose dominance.

Difficult times lie ahead for independent financial advisers as the pensions industry prepares for a...

Court in the act.

A leading law firm invited claims handlers into the public gallery at Nottingham County Court to wat...

Law speeds up union recognition.

Gordon Noble gives a trade union perspective on how the relationship between the insurance industry and unions will pan out following the publication of the Employment Relations Bill.

A Woolf at the door.

Just how much will the Woolf reforms cost the insurance industry and how many companies are ready? Neil Harris explains.

Superhighway or dead end?

The government has a radical blueprint for shaking up the UK's pensions system, but Francis Higney asks if the stakeholder pensions system and revamp of the state system actually get to the heart of the problems.

Stakeholder threat.

Pension providers unprepared for the shake up that stakeholder pensions will bring will lose more th...

Scourge of fee schemes.

The letter 'Bad adjusting practices leave fraudsters at large' (PM 14 Jan) makes me realise how fort...

Brokers in pay row.

Five brokers worked for Cantor Fitzgerald International on its Belgian government securities desk. ...

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