Travel insurers will have to ‘signpost’ policies that have exclusions over pre-existing medical conditions.
This month’s issue looked at reputational issues the sector is facing and what needs to be done to improve the industry's reputation going forward.
Many managing general agents are turning to digitalisation to enable them to look deeper into their books of business, Peter Staddon, managing director of the Managing General Agents' Association, explains this will allow the MGAs to see potential…
Arnold Schwarzenegger’s decapitated head kicked off its last outing on our television screens this week as the FCA counts down to the PPI deadline on 29 August. However, as one battle comes to an end, another may be just beginning.
Lloyd’s of London has established two advisory committees featuring prominent industry figures to support its ongoing modernising strategy.
Good reputation takes time to build but Sian Fisher, CEO, Chartered Insurance Institute, explains how being transparent, diverse and having a commitment to professionalism can help the insurance industry achieve this.
Mike Wilson, the former head of Lloyd’s Policy Signing Office in Kent has died.
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.
Diversity and inclusion have moved from buzzwords to being embraced by the insurance industry for all the right reasons but is it doing enough?
The insurance industry has become progressively familiar with the idea of ‘unthinkable risks’ in recent years as unpredicted and unprecedented losses, caused by both natural catastrophes and man-made events, have continued to happen
The industry could see a “heavy handed” approach to dual pricing from the government, if it doesn’t do enough to tackle the issue by itself, the Citizens Advice Bureau warned at Post’s inaugural Reputation event.
The more things change, the more they stay the same. So runs a French expression that feels apt in a week that saw Brexit delayed, leaving us all wondering whether we will be able to talk about anything else ever again.
The Chartered Insurance Institute’s New Generation Claims Group has issued guidance for the compensation of claims in the event of riots.
Having worked with several Lloyd's syndicates and managing agents, Ally Redding was recently made relationships manager at JDX Consulting.
Insurance has struggled to attract talent in recent years, finding itself competing with ‘sexier’ industries
Personal injury claims for whiplash have fallen to their lowest level in seven years, according to figures from the Ministry of Justice.
With the deadline for entering the British Insurance Awards getting ever closer, what better time to introduce the judges who will be casting an eye over these years submissions? Post canvasses them for their favourite memories of previous BIAs and their…
Those that work in insurance have long known it has reputation issues.
The Chartered Insurance Institute has revealed that its mean ethnicity pay gap is 1%, while its median ethnicity pay gap is -16%.
Diversity topped the agenda this week with Post exclusively revealing that the Association of British Insurers is backing an ethnicity pay gap reporting proposal.
Exclusive: The Chartered Insurance Institute has launched a dedicated professional body for people who work in claims.
To celebrate the 25 years of the British Insurance Awards. Post caught up with a host of winners of the Young Achiever of the Year Award
Legislation introduced in the wake of 2011 riots aims to simplify claims handling
Exclusive: Delegates from the Insurance Association of China will visit the UK on Friday, in the run up to regulatory shifts in the country.