The use of artificial intelligence, a changing geopolitical landscape and climate change were revealed to be among the top priority concerns that UK insurers will increasingly have to tackle.
Karim Derrick, chief products officer at Kennedys IQ, shares how the company is using artificial intelligence for complex claims documents.
The Ministry of Justice’s consultation into establishing a dual/multiple PI discount rate closed yesterday, with the final decision to be made in July 2024.
With only a month to go until the Financial Conduct Authority's Consumer Duty comes into force, Laura Miller explores what steps can be taken to make sure insurers comply with the rules.
Insurance Post is media partner for this year’s Dive In Festival, which will take place from 26 to 28 September and launch a mentoring programme.
Safa Saeed, the claims adjuster at Zurich Insurance who was crowned the winner of Claims Apprentice 2023, and Claire Mulligan, partner and head of the UK liability defence group at Kennedys, share their experiences of the recent series.
Tesla’s plan to launch a “full-stack in-house insurer” in the UK will encourage insurers to think differently about using data to enhance the customer experience, according to Axa Retail’s managing director Marco Distefano.
With the three team tasks done and dusted, it is time for the six candidates to come face-to-face with Kennedys’ very own Sir Alan Sugar – Claire Mulligan – and put forward a case as to why they should be crowned the winner of 2023 Claims Apprentice.
Having recorded their vox pops this week, things get real as Teams Aspire and Connect go into the studio to record their broadcasts.
With one victory each, the third challenge looks to be vital for Teams Aspire and Connect as the claims apprentices seek to impress Kennedys’ very own ‘Alan Sugar’, Claire Mulligan.
Having navigated the Data Escape Room in the last episode, the latest challenge sees the Claims Apprentices take part in an insurance-related gameshow.
Now that the apprentices have been put into two teams, and their names have been decided upon, it is time for the them to tackle their first challenge.
Claims Apprentice is back! After a gruelling interview process, we can now meet the final six candidates, all competing for the prize of becoming the 2023 champion.
Analysis: Ahead of the British Insurance Brokers’ Association’s Annual Conference taking over Manchester Central, Insurance Post Editor Emma Ann Hughes explores the challenges and opportunities facing general insurers and intermediaries based in the city.
The Group for Autism, Insurance, Investment and Neurodiversity has launched a campaign to push the way the insurance industry operates to better enable and equip neurodivergent employees.
Blog: With the removal of the bill, Kennedy's corporate affairs lawyer Roger Davis, and partner Niall Edwards explore the implications for insurers, and how insurers can collaborate with other stakeholders during the waiting period.
Kennedy’s partner Alex Nurse expects climate litigation to be on the rise as Shell is facing a legal battle filed by shareholders for its failure to adopt and implement an energy transition that aligns with the Paris Agreement.
In this podcast, Team Connect – from the latest series of Claims Apprentice – looks at the factors behind the rise in motor repair claims costs.
In this podcast, Team Aspire – from the latest series of Claims Apprentice – looks at the factors behind the rise in personal injury claims costs.
Ahead of the new series of Claims Apprentice, sponsored by Kennedys, we are delighted to introduce you to our six finalists, who have made it through the interview process and onto the fourth run of the popular video show.
The Court of Appeal has handed down judgment in two mixed injury cases leapfrogged in November, providing some clarity on how mixed injuries should be handled. However, some are concerned it could lead to further litigation and an adverse impact on…