Flock has announced a partnership with NIG, which CEO Ed Leon Klinger says will allow the insurtech to target larger fleets as it aims to “evolve” the commercial motor insurance market.
The government will launch a consultation on proposed counterterrorism measures that smaller premises will have to take as soon as possible, according to a Home Office official.
As COP 28 gets underway in Dubai, Catherine Dixon, chief underwriting officer at Allianz Commercial, reflects on the need for insurers and brokers to take environmental, social and governance seriously.
David Walsh and Graeme Newman will leave CFC Underwriting in 2024 following a Lloyd’s investigation into allegations of non-financial misconduct at the company.
As COP 28 kicks off on 30 November, Emma Ann Hughes examines how the race to net zero is creating stranded assets, affecting insureds and insurers.
Climate change means the areas impacted by subsidence will double by 2050, and double again by 2080, Heikki Vesanto, manager for GIS data science at LexisNexis Risk Solutions, has warned.
Stonegate, the UK’s largest pub group, has agreed a settlement with MS Amlin, Liberty Mutual and Zurich, bringing an end to a long-running legal dispute over Covid business interruption losses.
Sarah Pearson, head of enterprise risk management at Ecclesiastical Insurance, kicks off the day with Special K, helps businesses to carry on and ends the week abseiling down Derby Cathedral to support Rainbows Children’s Hospice.
Pete Allchorne, partner at DAC Beachcroft, has been elected president of the Forum of Insurance Lawyers.
Ahead of Black Friday on 24 November, Sophie King examines the impact that challenges affecting the global supply chain could have on product recall and liability claims for insurers.
Specialist Risk Group CEO Warren Downey and deputy CEO Lee Anderson explain how Marsh snapping up JLT created a gap in the market for a "great alternative for great specialists."
Glyn Brookes-Humphrey, director of regional operations at Woodgate & Clark, reveals he would love to be a hunchback lawyer in Tudor times and why he doesn’t take anything or anyone for granted.
Jonathan Gray, chief underwriting officer of Pool Re, is careful about cyber security while working on the train and considers how to protect the UK’s publicly accessible locations from terrorist attacks.
Analysis of Solvency II reporting of 100 of the largest non-life UK and Ireland insurers showed the financial strength of the market remains strong but providers need to up their game on articulating operational risks.
Insurtech start-up Armilla AI has launched an AI product warranty to give companies protection and peace of mind against the risk of issues with the technology.
Around two thirds of UK professional indemnity insurers believe the use of AI by professional services firms is increasing their risk of practice, according to a survey by Clyde & Co.
Ukraine has struck a deal with Marsh and insurers at Lloyd’s to set up a public-private partnership providing cover for Black Sea grain shipments.
AntWorks, a specialist in intelligent document processing, is targeting commercial insurance companies with the launch of Insurants.
Graeme Newman, CEO of CFC, argues cyber insurers should play to its strengths rather than peddle sensational statistics.
Hartmut Mai, president at Cyberwrite, argues AI is required to produce cyber insurance suitable for today’s business needs.
Mike Rosenbaum, CEO of Guidewire, has warned insurers against “taking too big a bet” on one generative artificial intelligence path at this stage, as it “is still very early”.
Andy Moss, co-founder and CEO of Send, on how artificial intelligence isn't the future of commercial insurance but an already embedded part of operations today.
To kick off Insurance Post’s AI Week, Dougie Barnett, director of mid-market and customer risk management at Axa Commercial, exclusively reveals how the provider has used artificial intelligence to complete tasks in hours rather than months.
The Financial Services Compensation Scheme has said it expects payments to customers of failed structural defects insurer East West to rise in the next financial year.