The insurance industry has been urged to play its part in raising awareness around the issue of illegal charter in the aviation sector.
Former Allianz chief underwriting officer Catherine Dixon is set to join Dual UK in June amid a raft of senior appointments.
Last year, Lloyd’s commissioned Franklyn Rodgers to create six portraits of diverse role models and over the coming weeks we will feature them all with today’s spotlight on the ambassador of the Lloyd’s Football Club and CEO of Blue Mountain Capacity…
Martin Parker, head of construction underwriting for the UK at specialist insurer Markel, highlights the increasing risk to the many contractors not exposed to the height of the asbestos crisis in the 1970s and 1980s.
In the wake of the government’s short-lived intervention into the professional indemnity market, Harry Curtis asks how effective it was and whether problems persist today.
Mark Roberts, division president for UK, Ireland and South Africa at Chubb, tells Jonathan Swift he is looking to create wider and deeper relationships with UK brokers plus what factors will help differentiate his insurer from the congested run-of-the…
RSA’s acquisition of Direct Line Group’s brokered commercial lines business is set to be completed on 1 May.
More than 300 small businesses that had claims declined by Canopius did in fact have cover for Covid-19 closures, a judge has ruled following arbitration.
The countdown has started for you to get entries in for the inaugural 2024 British Insurance Technology Awards (BITAs).
Data analysis: In the last year, research by Confused.com’s home insurance experts revealed more than 8,000 people in the UK Googled “What does landlord insurance cover?”
Tim Rogers, client director of Konsileo, coaches Droitwich’s footballers, sorting out the club’s insurance, acts as a taxi for his teenaged son and helps his 86-year-old mother head off on holiday.
There is “no reason” for insurers to withdraw cover for Red Sea shipping amid ongoing attacks on vessels in the region, the Lloyd’s Market Association’s marine head has said.
Recent technological advancements mean organisations are now able to better understand their supply chains far quicker than they were before, according to Marsh’s head of strategic risk consulting James Crask.
View from the Top: Helen Bryant, managing director for digital and legal protection at Allianz Commercial, outlines the key considerations for SMEs as regards underinsurance and indemnity periods.
As Colin Fitzgerald, distribution director of group protection at Legal & General, replaces Howden’s senior risk consultant Paul White as the new chair of Grid, he shares his plans to encourage insurance brokers to see how group protection helps manage…
Zurich has accused Greensill, its founder, and companies connected to it of operating a “fraudulent scheme” in its defence in a lawsuit brought by the administrators of Greensill Bank.
Amid ongoing litigation over Covid-related business interruption claims, Allianz has insisted that its approach has put customers first and has been guided by a desire to obtain legal clarity on policy wordings.
Hannah Tindal, Allianz’s head of directors and officers in London, talks about how the insurer is dealing with risks highlighted by the Allianz Risk Barometer from a liability perspective.
Bridgehaven hopes to launch partnerships with 10 more managing general agents this year, CEO Paul Jewell has told Insurance Post.
Tan Soon Keat, a senior surveyor who heads up the Singapore office of McLarens Aviation, reveals ironing is his arch-nemesis, but if he could be a fictional character, he would opt for Iron Man.
The Commercial Court has ruled that non-damage denial of access extensions in Liberty Mutual policies respond to Covid business interruption losses.