Opinion

Driving up standards on British roads?

With around a third of road traffic accidents attributable to someone driving as part of their work, the recently-published government safety leaflet on the subject is welcomed among insurers. However, Brian Lee deems its lack of legal or regulatory…

Insurers under fire as D&O premiums soar

Buyers of directors' and officers' insurance are disgruntled by the hefty increases in prices the sector has been seeing. David Gamble warns underwriters to co-operate - or face a large premium exodus

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An economic axiom is that competition between firms leads to better products. As students, we would ...

Reform is vital to ease EL pressure

Change is essential if the pressure is ever going to be eased on the employers' liability market. Current ABI work in several key areas could be the driver for a move forward, believes Paul Fegan

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"Too little, too late" is a criticism that has been levelled at our industry from within and without...

A question of regulation

As the industry braces itself for the fundamental changes the new regulatory regime will bring, Maggie Litster takes a wider perspective and asks is it really necessary, who will it benefit and who will foot the bill

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