Studies have shown diverse management teams achieve higher revenues due to innovation and discrimination claims can be costly. As the Dive In festival kicks off at Lloyd's and around the world, Edmund Tirbutt investigates if the insurance industry is…
The voting is open for you to decide who should win the Industry Impact Award at tomorrow’s British Insurance Awards. But be quick as the poll closes at noon tomorrow.
The Association of British Insurers has this month published a code of conduct for insurers handling child sexual abuse claims, following criticism of tactics by an inquiry.
From when the All Party Parliamentary Group on Insurance & Financial Services was established in 1991 to the infamous 10 Downing Street summit on Valentine’s Day 2012 insurance and politics often cross paths. Post investigates the impact insurance has…
With great power comes great responsibility and for insurers this is never going to be truer than when dealing with artificial intelligence. Post looks into how insurers are using AI ethically.
Axa launches digital claims; Moody's strikes deal for RMS; ABI reports motor rates at five year low; industry bodies warn on escape of water; and MS Amlin invests in ESG MGA
Post wraps up the major insurance deals, launches, investments and strategic moves of the week.
From climate change to charitable donations and fundraisers
Briefing: Dye, Stovin, Masojada and now Reader, is a ‘pangdemic’ reshaping the CEO landscape in UK insurance?
There appears to have been an unseasonally large amount of turnover at the top of UK insurers recently. Jonathan Swift suggests this could be down to something he is calling the 'pangdemic'.
Motor insurance pricing is set for a period of volatility in the months to come, as insurers remain tight-lipped on whether they are taking a ‘pig’, ‘sheep’, ‘ferret’ or ‘cat’ approach to cope with regulatory changes
ABI Climate Change Summit: Past point of stepping away from climate change responsibilities says Direct Line's James
With “trillions in assets”, “billions spent” on supply chain and “millions of customers”, Direct Line CEO Penny James urges the insurance industry is past the point where anyone can step away from their responsibilities in relation to climate change.
The Association of British Insurers has set out an ambitious Climate Change Roadmap that could see the UK’s insurance industry contribute one-third of the investment needed to meet the UK’s Net Zero target.
Member of Scottish Parliament and the cabinet secretary for finance and the economy Kate Forbes has urged insurers to grab the “once in a generation opportunity” of Cop 26 later this year and put the transition to net-zero at the heart of “everything…
Insurers have repeated their calls for the scope of the proposed building safety regulator to be broadened after the government pushed ahead with proposals that met with criticism last year.
Treasury confirms 'strong case' for Solvency II reforms to free up resource and allow UK insurers more flexibility
The government is planning to bring forward reforms to free up resource on insurers’ balance sheets and allow insurers more flexibility around investments as it rewrites the UK’s Solvency II regime.
In this exclusive interview recorded as part of the Insurance Post Live Annual Conference 2021 Association of British Insurers director general Huw Evans talks about rebounding and rebuilding as he shares the trade body’s vision of UK Insurance.
Insurers are grappling with rising escape of water claims costs. One of the most common types of domestic property damage claims, insurers are paying out an estimated 2.5 million every day, according to the Association of British Insurers.
The Association of British Insurers is recruiting an independent chair and independent non-executive director and has selected a president and deputy president for the first time.
The European Commission will waive the obligation for motorists from the UK to show green cards, a move that has been welcomed by insurers.
Insurers are expecting claims volumes to rise in Scotland as Qualified One Way Costs Shifting goes live.
A smooth transition is expected as the Government Trade Credit Reinsurance Scheme draws to a close at the end of June, writes Stuart Ramsden, Atradius regional director UK & Ireland.
Forum of Insurance Lawyers Scotland chair Bruce Goodbrand and Northern Ireland chair Kevin Shevlin spoke to Post about how different arms of Foil work together to address the issues the industry is facing and also learn from one another.
Insurers are concerned that whiplash reforms may result in claims management company “displacement”.
For Malcolm Hyde, executive director of the Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters, the insurance industry's pandemic business interruption headache underscores the importance of a united approach beyond lockdown.
Insurers have paid out final settlements or interim payments on more than 20,000 business interruption claims related to the Supreme Court's January verdict, with Financial Conduct Authority figures and broker testimony suggesting that payout processing…