As the Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters looks set to change its charter and by-laws to be more inclusive, its president Shaun Kelly talks to Jonathan Swift about why the value proposition of the loss adjuster and ethics are so important to him
Possible changes to the prudential regulations governing UK insurers could be limited by a desire not to stray too far from the EU’s Solvency II regime, a partner at Mazars has told Post.
Insurers are facing criticism from residents of high rise buildings over insurance costs, waking watch requirements and taking an overly "binary" approach, while professional indemnity insurance access is driving a fire risk assessor crisis.
The Department of Justice for Northern Ireland has decided against changing the country's personal injury discount rate until a revised legal framework is in place.
The predicted coronavirus-related economic hit is being compared to the 2008 recession, with financial pressure a driver of insurance fraud.
Deputy Judge of the High Court Richard Salter QC has ruled in favour of Allianz in a business interruption and property damage legal dispute decision which he accepted may be “of consequence for other potential claimants” and “something of a footnote” to…
The coronavirus pandemic has upended how we go about our day to day lives, with organisations forced to rapidly change how they operate while facing new challenges. Against this backdrop, Post wants to find out how your trade bodies and professional…
Pledges made by the Association of British Insurers and its members to assist customers during Covid-19 disruption have been extended until the end of the year.
Brokers called for the government to introduce a zero-rate insurance premium tax for young driver telematics policies in oral evidence at the Transport Committee’s inquiry into road safety and young and novice drivers.
The Association of British Insurers and 32 of its members have signed up to Race at Work Charter, as part of an industry-wide commitment to improve opportunities for Black, Asian and minority ethnic colleagues.
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The 100 largest UK-regulated insurers reported a combined underwriting profit in 2019, albeit lower than in 2018. Bond yields fell in 2019, however, investment earnings benefited from the strong performance of equity markets. How will the impact of the…
Farmlands to forests, the Arctic to the Antarctic and a focus on flooding
Paul Evans, former UK and group CEO at Axa, has been appointed as non-executive chairman of Allianz Holdings.
Adele Sumner, head of counter fraud strategy and financial crime at RSA, details how fraudsters have been diversifying their techniques during the coronavirus pandemic and the steps insurers can take to fight the scams.
John Glen MP, economic secretary to HM Treasury, has rebuked insurers deducting government grants from business interruption claims payments and warned of further action.
Association of Personal Injury Lawyers president Sam Elsby reflects on the need for collaboration between the representatives of claimants and defendants to ensure the best outcomes for injured people, both during and beyond the coronavirus pandemic.
Insurers have been urged to review flexible working policies and consult with staff to capitalise on positive changes to working practices during Covid-19 disruption.
The Financial Conduct Authority has proposed banning retail motor and home insurance dual pricing in a package of measures designed to enhance competition, give fair value to customers and increase trust.
A year ago the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse released a report slamming the claims process as it stands and making a raft of recommendations. Post investigates the progress made since then.
As the driver in a fatal autonomous Uber car crash from 2018 was charged with negligent homicide, the insurance industry has warned more needs to be done before introducing Automated Lane Keeping Systems onto UK roads next year.
QBE has predicted that it faces a $70m (£54.3m) hit net of reinsurance for business interruption claims in the UK after the court ruling yesterday on the BI test case.
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It is the year 2030. The focus on climate change continued to gather momentum throughout the 2020s. But despite pressure to bring the date forward the UK government is still committed to helping reduce gas emission to net zero by 2050.