Pearson Ham experts suggest expecting personal lines pricing stability may be “premature”, as its quarterly premium tracker reveals a slowdown in motor premium growth while home continues to increase.
Association of British Insurers confirms priority for providers is helping homeowners in Manchester whose homes were torn apart last night by Storm Gerrit.
UK PLC looks set to register yet another record annual Insurance Premium Tax haul as actuarial consultancy OAC reveals receipts for first eight months of 2023 are up 11% increase on the same period last year.
The latest Financial Ombudsman Service data, published today, shows a spike in motor insurance cases caused by valuation disputes, customer service issues, and delays in payouts.
After being named managing directors of Allianz Commercial and Allianz Personal, respectively, Nadia Côté and Serge Raffard met with Scott McGee to discuss their respective markets, how they have settled in, and where they see their businesses growing in…
As COP 28 kicks off on 30 November, Emma Ann Hughes examines how the race to net zero is creating stranded assets, affecting insureds and insurers.
Both home and motor insurers are continuing to feel the effects of the rising costs of labour and materials, according to reports from Verisk and the Association of British Insurers.
Insurers are set to report growth in premium income for the rest of 2023 before tapering off, according to EY.
Panellists speaking at an Association of British Insurers event about civil justice urged the Ministry of Justice to fix the whiplash reforms before bringing about any new further changes that affect the motor insurance sector.
Fresh estimates from PWC calculate the costs of damage due to the severe weather caused by storm Babet to be between £450m and £650m.
Cover against damage from cyber attacks against SMEs has been branded as “woefully underserved” at an Aviva event.
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The Financial Conduct Authority is going to come knocking on pet insurer’s doors in the next 12 months, Catherine Carey, head of consumer strategy at Consumer Intelligence, has warned.
While the Association of British Insurers has claimed it is “too early” to estimate the insured cost of a fire at London Luton Airport. LV, Ageas and Aviva have confirmed how they will be handling motor insurance claims caused by the blaze.
The Association of British Insurers has said more “tangible action” is needed to boost the numbers of apprenticeships being offered by the insurance sector.
The Association of British Insurers has published an update on its progress towards becoming the “most diverse, equitable and inclusive sector” in the UK.
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%.
Mark Allen, assistant director and head of fraud and financial crime at the Association of British Insurers, argues the industry needs to come together and implement a multi-faceted whole system approach to fraud.
In the second of two specially recorded podcasts to mark the ninth Dive In festival, Aviva’s Jonny Briggs and the ABI’s Liisa Antola share what insurers can do to achieve inclusive innovation.
Specialist Risk Group’s Clare Lebecq and Davies Academy’s Carolyn Blunt talk about what their businesses are doing to create a culture of inclusive innovation.
The latest figures from the Association of British Insurers reveal that £782m was paid out in home insurance claims in the second quarter of 2023.