In March, Airmic appointed four new board members. Post spoke to them about what they hope to achieve and their assessments of where the risk management profession stands with regard to talent acquisition and diversity
In March, Airmic appointed four new board members. Post spoke to them about how risk management has changed during their time in the profession, what they need insurers to deliver and emerging risks
The London Market Group has called for urgent action to take charge of how market organisations acquire the skills they need to face the future.
The Financial Reporting Council has issued sanctions against KPMG and others in relation to its Equity Syndicate Management audit.
The Financial Conduct Authority has closed its market study of wholesale insurance brokers, saying it had “not found evidence of significant levels of harm that merit the introduction of intrusive remedies”.
UK insurtechs saw over $1bn (£780m) of funding in 2018, up from $792m the previous year.
Citizens Advice has launched a super complaint targeting dual pricing to the Competition and Markets Authority. The complaint is the consumer champion’s first in seven years and shines a spotlight on five key areas: home insurance, mobile, broadband,…
The implementation date of the General Data Protection Regulation is less than a year off but the industry’s attention is elsewhere, with issues like Brexit, the General Election and the discount rate looming large on the horizon.
Insurance executives are pursuing acquisitions and partnerships to grow their business, but the majority of insurers are having to rethink their acquisition strategies.
The Big Four audit firms have seen a fall in quality in the past year owing to a “failure to challenge management”.
The starting question had far reaching implications: “In 2030, what will the world need protecting from?” To answer that, five cross-industry teams explored the issues involved in an industry innovation challenge.
As economies in the Middle East diversify, new opportunities for insurers and reinsurers are beginning to show themselves. Is the London Market taking full advantage?
The perfect storm of conditions that has allowed the legacy sector to boom over the past couple of years looks set to continue throughout 2018 as capital continues to flow into the market, fuelling a pipeline of deals.
Insurers look for alternative bases
Blockchain has become a buzzword in the industry but few know what it means, even less so its implications for insurance.
The number of independent Lloyd’s listed carriers is dwindling. What will happen if the last players are swept up?
Adam Woodhouse, director of the CIO Advisory at KPMG, explains how the insurance industry can speed up its march towards digital labour.
Cyber has dropped from the biggest concern among insurance bosses to seventh, according to the latest CEO Outlook from consultancy KPMG.
Following the global ransomware attack named as Wanna Cry in May Asian firms are becoming more interested in cyber insurance.
Regulatory and Solvency II equivalence is not an adequate replacement for a proper agreement on mutual market drawn up by government, the industry has heard.
Connected cars will dispatch emergency services and send first notice of loss as early as next year, predicted Sean Carey, president of SCG Management Consultants.
The implementation date of the General Data Protection Regulation is less than a year off but the industry’s attention is elsewhere, with issues like Brexit, the General Election and the discount rate looming large on the horizon
Businesses with domestic and international footprints are increasingly demanding protection from political risks. But, as the threats have changed in recent years, so has the cover that serves to protect against them
A memo from Lloyd’s of London issued to staff inviting them to register for voluntary redundancy comes as little surprise, experts said, as market carriers are increasingly forced to focus on cost.