With Adas on the rise, insurers need to better understand these technologies, including their impact on safety and claims, to derive the greatest benefits from them. National Windscreens managing director Jan Teo highlights how education can play a…
What’s fueling motor insurance today? Michele Bacchus talks to the industry and gives the low-down on what’s heading down the highway towards insurers in both the fast and slow lanes
The more things change, the more they stay the same. So runs a French expression that feels apt in a week that saw Brexit delayed, leaving us all wondering whether we will be able to talk about anything else ever again.
Allianz has appointed Gerry Ross, previously regional underwriting manager for the South East, as head of commercial motor.
Marsh & McLennan is looking to raise more capital to fund its JLT acquisition, having announced its second senior notes offering in the space of a week.
Mid-market is a growth area for many, so Post's second research project of the year aims to ask brokers how well insurers are doing in this sector and what more they can do.
A challenge to the market to prove that off the shelf cyber policies are not 'flawed' has itself drawn criticism from market.
Now that the six contestants have been split into teams and decided on their names, it is time for the apprentices to tackle their first challenge.
Ageas has extended its partnership with independent broker Darwin Clayton, signing a five-year deal worth £45m.
Ageas UK will close its Stoke-on-Trent and Portsmouth offices resulting in around 430 redundancies, following a 45-day consultation.
More than one in five employees say their employers are stockpiling as a contingency against Brexit-related disruption, with these businesses at risk of being underinsured unless they ensure their cover is brought into line with the value of their…
Marsh is raising €1.1bn (£942m) through a senior notes offering, in addition to the $5bn (£3.8bn) it has previously announced.
Festivals are growing in size, number and scope. They are rapidly becoming a more immersive experience, rather than solely about music. With these changes come wide-ranging additional requirements for cover and a need for the insurance sector to innovate
Simon Matson says ‘complicated fat Arab’ slur regrettable but not discriminatory: Gallagher v Ardonagh
Gallagher UK CEO Simon Matson yesterday gave evidence in the dispute between Gallagher and Ardonagh and others, in which Gallagher alleges its staff were unlawfully poached.
After 30 interviews involving rising insurance stars from up and down the country, the field has been whittled down to six candidates, all competing for the prize of becoming the 2019 Claims Apprentice.
The government will launch an operational review into Insurance Premium Tax in the coming months.
Non-recent child abuse survivors say they have faced ‘absolutely malevolent’ litigation strategies from insurer lawyers when attempting to put in claims.
Clive Nathan joined Global Risk Partners as its underwriting CEO, overseeing the consolidator’s managing general agent division, in April last year.
Argo Global has appointed Alfredo Alonso as chief underwriting officer for Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
Data is everywhere: good data, partial data, valuable data, bad data. Insurers need data to measure and price risks but do they take enough care in assessing the quality and provenance of the data they are using and are their processes sufficiently…
With the outcome of Brexit still unclear and a possible European Union exit on 29 March looming, some insurer bosses have cautioned that we could see rising claims inflation this year.
The Association of British Insurers has called on the Prudential Regulation Authority to tackle obstacles to insurers investing in greener assets, such as renewable energy.
Agile is poorly understood by the UK insurance industry - and implemented even worse. That is the view of Oxbow Partners' Chris Sandiland, who offers his own take on how incumbents can best take advantage of an insurtech and innovation strategy
Enterprise could pay out £101.4m more in UK claims than its administrators had predicted, largely owing to the Ogden rate hit on its motor book.