GDPR is driving a surge in the European cyber insurance market, explains Mark Camillo, head of cyber for Europe, Middle East and Africa at AIG.
In an era of Instagram brows and duck lip selfies, the beauty industry is thriving. While most customers visit their hairdresser, nail bar or tanning salon to look smoking hot, others see a beauty treatment as a route to a windfall, via a fraudulent…
Paul Asplin, David Kearns and Sally Jones were sentenced to a total of 15 years for conspiracy to defraud insurer Das.
Two years after the truck attack in Nice, southern France, the terror compensation fund has paid out €37m (£33m) to 2135 victims, who were either injured in the attack or are relatives of casualties.
It’s been a week for sore heads, with England crashing out of the World Cup on Wednesday. Fortunately, with the industry keeping us so busy, there hasn’t been much time to ruminate on the pain.
Flood Re has set out its long-term vision for when it exits the market in 2039.
As professional sportspeople complain about their insufficient cover for career-ending injuries, insurers fear a surge in claims from contact sports
The National House Building Council has agreed to pay out a claim over dangerous cladding at Greenwich complex New Capital Quay.
Paul Asplin, the former CEO at Das, was found guilty of fraud charges alongside ex Das claims director David Kearns and former wife, Sally Jones.
The second reading of the Civil Liability Bill may be pushed back to September, once parliament has held its summer recess.
Directors and officers are coming under ever closer scrutiny as pressure is mounting to comply with gender, cyber and environmental requirements, explains Catherina MacCabe, head of the International Management Liability focus group at Beazley.
Former Churchill and LV general insurance boss John O’Roarke took home the Achievement prize last night at the British Insurance Awards, where his new employer Aviva was among the big winners.
Future insurance claims will be settled with little to no human involvement and insurers will have to adapt to the impact of technology if they are to survive, a report from PWC has found.
The Association of British Insurers has reiterated its call on a ban of flammable cladding on high rise buildings and called on building regulators and legislators to learn from the past and mandate sprinkler systems in new build tower blocks.
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Aviation claims costs are rising, fuelled by expensive technology repairs, explains John Bayley, regional director for Europe and Russia at McLarens Aviation.
The MP for Glasgow Central has urged the Prime Minister to step in over a perceived lack of support from insurance companies for those affected by the fire that spread through Glasgow School of Art.
Thatcham Research held its annual apprentice graduation and award ceremony yesterday, which formed part of ABP’s Body Repair Industry Apprentice Awards.