The spectre of Brexit loomed large over the insurance sector this year, and although the picture is still no clearer in terms of how the UK market will continue to trade with Europe after 29 March 2019, significant merger & acquisition activity was among…
How can insurers help customers facing Brexit uncertainly when they themselves face taking a blind bet on whether the UK will face a hard or soft deal when leaving the European Union? David Worsfold investigates.
The total premium either written or controlled by the London company market has risen to £26.31bn – a 16% increase – according to the International Underwriting Authority's new statistics report.
Exclusive: Fewer than a third of the brokers that operate through Lloyd’s are signed up for Placing Platform Limited.
The Chickenshed theatre company gave a moving and uplifting performance outside the Lloyd’s building for the official launch of the fourth Dive In festival, whose theme this year is #time4inclusion.
The challenges of bringing Lloyd’s trading into the 21st century
The International Underwriting Association has published a Brexit contract continuity clause, to tackle claims disruption that could occur with an end to passporting post-Brexit.
The London market has launched a claims model to simplify how claims are handled in an effort to improve client service and streamline claims agreement across the market.
A rapid growth in cyber threats has posed a challenge to the industry in acquiring claims data, the International Underwriting Association has warned.
Traditional aviation policies are unlikely to address the emerging risks presented by the increased use in drones.
Astronauts, assault courses and an art bonus
A third of total premium across the whole London company market could be affected as a result of Brexit, a report has warned.
Insurers took to Twitter to express their satisfaction with the new mode of calculation for the discount rate, which the government unveiled today.
The Trump administration has announced that it will honour the covered agreement, which aims to create uniform rules dealing with insurance and reinsurance transactions between the United States and European Union.
Registration opened today for Dive In, the festival for diversity and inclusion in insurance, which will take place in late September and focus on the ‘Diversity Dividend’.
The 'Diversity Dividend' is the theme of the third edition of the Dive In festival taking place in September.
Aviation insurers have launched a model contract continuation clause to keep multi-year policies in place after Britain leaves the European Union, the International Underwriting Association said.
Many brokers’ professional indemnity policies contain exclusion clauses that limit their cover, leaving them and their customers exposed
The Association of British Insurers held a cross-sector roundtable yesterday to discuss the reduction to the Ogden discount rate.
The Lloyd’s Market Association has coordinated an industry response calling for the Information Commissioner's Office to change its guidance over incoming data protection rules from the European Union.
The International Underwriting Association has joined insurers and called for a reform of the discount rate and the way in which personal injuries are analysed and settled.
The US and EU have agreed to reduce legal and capital barriers to boost the transatlantic insurance and reinsurance market.
After sharing their views on 2016 last month, insurers and brokers make their predictions for the coming year. What do they think the highlights and lowlights will be over the next 12 months?