Reinsurance rates have started to rise after a series of natural disasters in 2017 and 2018, but the increases are not being seen across the board.
Senior insurance executives scheduled to appear at a diversity event pulled out after discovering the session would be on the "sensitive" issue of the industry's Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic pay gap.
Q&A: Ajay Mistry, partnership director, Brokerbility and co-chair, Insurance Cultural Awareness Network
As part of the Inclusion at Lloyd's programme six partner networks have been set up to help bolster diversity and inclusion in insurance. Post spoke to a representative from each one to get an insight into what they doing, today focusing on The Insurance…
An ex Aon employee has hit out at the global risk and consulting giant, alleging that she faced sexist behaviour that led to “mental health complications” and made her feel she had to leave the company.
The Governor of the Bank of England has described climate as a “big, big issue” for general insurers and reinsurers.
The political risk map of Europe is being changed by a toxic combination of uncertainty — both political and economic, populism, geopolitical changes, political violence and technological advances
Brokers have warned policies may include exclusions for strikes, riots and civil commotion, as insurer risk appetites in the region wane amid continued protests in Hong Kong.
Hippo, Lemonade and Zego are just three of the start-ups that have been in the news recently. Matt Connolly, founder and CEO of Tällt Ventures, reflects on a what has been happening for the Insurtech 100 since the list was published in May.
European governments and a wide range of international governmental and non-governmental organisations are looking to big institutional investors to back the development of a sustainable, greener infrastructure. Insurers and pensions funds are top of…
Aviva was crowned the Best of the Best Insurer after the 2000 people in attendance at the Royal Albert Hall casted their votes as part of an interactive poll on the night.
The British Insurance Brokers’ Association has made two key board appointments, as Aon's Julie Page steps down from her deputy chair role.
Lloyd’s of London has established two advisory committees featuring prominent industry figures to support its ongoing modernising strategy.
Exclusive: The working group looking into the feasibility of an insurance museum in the Square Mile has rejected the idea of hosting exhibits within the new Museum of London in favour of a stand-alone site, should there be enough interest.
Crawford & Company has bolstered its client relationship function with a trio of senior hires from major insurers.
Risk managers need to overcome their blind spot toward intangible assets like reputation and intellectual property, a conference heard.
Risk managers believe that risk reporting and mitigation should no longer be an isolated item on the board agenda but how can they get the executive buy-in to this?
Being able to offer attractive employee benefits is vital in terms of recruitment, retention and productivity, but they are both costly and risky
Terrorism has been a constant threat in the UK for more than half a century and has proved hard for security forces to keep up with, so it is hardly surprising that the insurance market too has found itself trying to repair gaps in cover as they emerge
Insurance policies come with technical jargon and are "inaccessible" to dementia sufferers, says the Alzheimer’s Society Charity.
Just when they think they’re out, insurance pulls them back in. This week, two big names from the recent past, Stephen Catlin and Steve McGill, returned to the fold.
Steve McGill, former group president of Aon, has launched a private equity-backed specialty risk solutions business alongside a team of other senior executives.
London-based insurtech Artificial Labs has announced it has raised £4.2m in a seed round to scale up its team, product offering and geographic reach.
An estimated $8bn (£6.1bn) of damage was caused by floods around the world in March 2019, according to an Aon catastrophe report.
Former employees have expressed concerns over the impact of the Marsh/JLT deal on the market and the brokers themselves, after a former main board director of JLT slated the deal as a potential ‘train wreck’ in a Linkedin blog.