The Financial Conduct Authority has ruled out banning broker commission, despite being concerned by “high” 62% charges for arranging cladding insurance.
Charmaine Chow, head of legal and governance at Dale Underwriting Partners, speaks to Frances Stebbing about building a Lloyd’s managing agency and what it means to be a diversity and inclusion champion.
The Financial Conduct Authority is “monitoring” motor insurance prices amid skyrocketing premiums.
Many Pets posted a £42m loss for the year to 31 March 2023, on top of the £31m loss for the year before.
The Financial Conduct Authority has warned brokers it will “take action” against those charging inflated commissions for arranging cladding cover, with some charging up to 62%.
In a statement released today, the Prudential Regulation Authority has revealed its intention to run a “dynamic general insurance stress test” some time in 2025.
Collecting data, avoiding non-inclusive terms, and remaining authentic were some of the key actions given to insurers at the Dive In Festival, as the sector was urged to become disability confident.
Members from Aon’s Women in Cyber network joined with cyber professionals at Dive In Festival to discuss the importance of diverse thinking, and gender diversity, in creating a successful cyber team.
John Lewis has "temporarily paused offering new policies and renewals on fully electric vehicles", citing repair cost concerns.
Editor’s View: As Dive In draws to a close, Emma Ann Hughes reflects on the importance of role models such as Elianne Andam, who was killed on her way to the Croydon school she attended.
Friday Round-Up: Insurance Post wraps up the major insurance deals, launches, investments and strategic moves of the week.
The Financial Conduct Authority has issued a wave of reforms around leasehold buildings insurance, coming into force in the new year.
During a Dive In Festival event, LGBTQ+ community members explained the impact allies who “show up” and don’t “shy away” from important conversations have had on the insurance industry.
The government’s decision to relax the rules for construction workers to enter the UK from abroad, should increase the pool of skilled workers available for property repairs, said Verisk’s head of property Ben Blain, following the release of Verisk’s…
Industry experts have challenged what diversity really means and how creating diverse teams reduces the risks of “blind spots” at this year’s Dive In Festival.
With less than 0.5% of venture capital funding going to Black-led start-ups, Frances Stebbing speaks to two recipients of the Black Founders Fund to find out why this initiative is so important and how it helped their business.
Following a call to insurers from the Financial Conduct Authority to ensure fair value, industry commentators have said that fair value is “simply expected”.
Domestic & General is concerned that without further help such as that from the Energy Bill Support Scheme, more customers could be left struggling with energy bills in the cost-of-living crisis, leading to difficult business retention.
Saga has announced that it is pausing its pursuit of a sale of the insurance business as it waits for improved market conditions.
Insurance Post can reveal that commercial motor fleet insurtech Flock has completed a series of senior hires, taking top executives from multiple insurers, including Hiscox and Mulsanne.
Campaign group Mothers Rise Up attended Lloyd’s of London investor autumn conference last week to halt investment in any Lloyd's insurers that continue to underwrite new fossil fuels.
The Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority has finally published plans to make the insurance industry more diverse and weed out bullies and harassers.
The sector has been urged to stay ahead of future developments, as the top trends forcing insurers to change pace are revealed.
Four out of five claims handlers have suffered second-hand trauma from dealing with distressing claims, such as fatal fires, according to research undertaken by the Chartered Insurance Institute’s New Generation group.