Opinion

What happens now on the OIC landscape post-Rabot?

After the Supreme Court rejected the insurer-led appeal against its decision on the first two cases of mixed-injury claims involving both whiplash and non-whiplash injuries, the Association of Consumer Support Organisations’ director Matthew Maxwell…

What the future holds for AI regulation

Striking the right balance between regulatory intervention and industry autonomy is crucial to realising the full benefits of artificial intelligence while ensuring ethical, accountable, and inclusive practices within the insurance sector, argues Nutan…

How to win the war for insurance talent

Iffi Wahla, CEO and co-founder at global hiring platform Edge, looks at the recruiting challenges facing insurance firms today, the impact this is having on the industry, and how firms can better bolster their ranks.

Could the CMA fire the starting gun to unlock M&A in 2024?

News Editor's view: With increased M&A activity predicted for 2024, news editor Scott McGee asks: Is the industry waiting with bated breath to find out the outcome of the Competition and Markets Authority’s investigation into the Markerstudy/Atlanta deal?

Why we empathise with consumers on premium prices

Mark Shepherd, head of general insurance policy at the Association of British Insurers, explains why empathising with motor insurance customers is crucial and how the trade body is helping providers to improve the communication of product value at…

What pushed up the price of EV premiums

Andrew Little, head of marketing and sales at Redtail Telematics, explains what pushed up electric vehicle motor insurance premiums plus what it will take to make cover more affordable again.

And the insurance Oscar goes to...

Ahead of the 96th Academy Awards, better known as the Oscars, Alex Nicoll, UK head of media and entertainment at Sedgwick, considers how the ceremony will shine a spotlight on the incredible potential of virtual production and serve as a reminder of the…

Insurance chiefs who smashed ceilings now walk on broken glass

Editor’s View: On International Women’s Day, Emma Ann Hughes argues the insurance industry needs to battle against ‘diversity fatigue’ and acknowledge the fight for inclusivity must continue until barriers to women’s career progression and equal pay are…

Claims Apprentice champion reveals women who inspire her

To mark the theme of this year’s International Women’s Day, which is #InspireInclusion, Safa Saeed, claims handler at Zurich and 2023 winner of Insurance Post’s Claims Apprentice competition, shares the role models who helped guide and inspire her career…

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