Organisers and event insurers face uncertainty over what cancellations stemming from the ongoing Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak will cost them, as wordings are pored over and new policies have cover for the virus stripped out.
Post news editor Jen Frost reflects on Sajid Javid’s shock exit as Chancellor and what this could mean for insurance premium tax and the budget.
Love is in the air as of course it's Valentines Day. Today couples across the world will celebrate their love for one another with thoughtful gifts like chocolate, flowers and cards. A day that's often symbolised by white swans as they are known to have…
Composite insurance pricing in the UK rose by 13.7% in the fourth quarter of last year according to research by Marsh.
Following Davies' acquisition of Keoghs further consolidation is expected in the claims sector and it could push mid-sized firms out of the picture.
Storm Dennis will hit the UK this weekend, following a claims surge and disruption from last weekend's Storm Ciara.
Cybercriminals are increasingly using crisis events such as the ongoing Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak to breach the security systems of businesses and individuals.
Allianz has confirmed that it will end its headline sponsorship of Saracens this year 12 months ahead of schedule.
Zurich’s UK general insurance arm saw profit almost double and its combined operating ratio improve in its 2019 financial year.
As Allianz looks set to end its relationship with Saracens, after extending its Juventus deal, content director Jonathan Swift asks what is worse: salary cap breach or match fixing?
Representatives of the Church of England passed a motion opening the door for redress for survivors of child sexual abuse, but questions remain over what role its insurers will play, if any, in a fund.
The former Zurich, Axa and Towergate leader discusses her portfolio of NED positions, challenges for insurers in the current market, the partnership opportunities for insurtech businesses as well as rugby and schools.
Markerstudy’s group underwriting director, Gary Humphreys, discusses taking a pause on commercial business, progress on the Co-op Insurance buy, debt, making further acquisitions and the rated versus unrated debate as well as backing MGAs and the future…
A code of practice for property flood resilience aimed at homeowners and industry bodies was yesterday launched at Parliament.
Elite’s administrators expect around £315m in unsecured claims, but have identified under £246m in assets available.
Markerstudy is in discussions with Qatar Re over the repayment of its $316m (£244m) loan ahead of the next deadline of May this year, group underwriting director Gary Humphreys told Post.
Businesses seeking to use insurance to recoup costs incurred by the ongoing coronavirus outbreak are likely to find their cover wanting, due to a raft of exclusions, stringent notification criteria and sublimits.
The final countdown has started for entries for the 2020 Post Claims Awards.
Exclusive: Premfina is no longer funding premiums for unrated Danish insurer Gefion.
Gallagher and Bloody Bay, which is locked in a legal battle with Besso, have reached an out of court agreement over alleged “secret profits” taken by a former Heath Lambert and later Besso employee, Post has learned.
Post’s new Motor Mouth Podcast series is proving quite the hit with listeners.
The human impact of Novel Coronavirus has already been devastating – around 500 deaths so far, and nearly 25,000 people have been infected. Simon Worrell, global medical director at Collinson, explains that businesses can play a significant role in…
The directors of Policyplan and in-administration Staveley Head paid £10m in total dividends to new parent company Gelert Group in 2019.
Exclusive: Private equity houses and PE backed firms were behind more than 50% of UK insurance distribution mergers and acquisitions activity last year in the £5m plus category, Imas Corporate Finance has calculated.