With Valentine’s Day yesterday, the Post team started the week by bracing ourselves for an inevitable slew of romance-related press releases. We weren’t disappointed.
Exclusive: The government is mulling an extension to the deadline for insurers to get legal permission to move books of business from the UK to Europe.
We may not have flying cars, humanoid robots and exaggerated shoulder pads, but there is every reason to believe that the 2019 predicted by 80s film Blade Runner, looks very slightly dystopian.
Insurers are coming up with ways to get round obstacles to doing business in Europe after Brexit
With Brexit, increased scrutiny over reserves, climate change and emerging risks on the ‘watch’ list for 2019 The Prudential Regulation Authority certainly has a lot on its plate. Its executive director for insurance, David Rule spoke to Stephanie Denton…
Lloyd’s managing agency, Neon Underwriting Limited has appointed Theo Butt and Matthew Washington to the positions of CEO and managing director respectively, subject to Lloyd’s and PRA approval.
The Prudential Regulation Authority and Financial Conduct Authority have both invited insurers to respond to consultation papers on the impact of climate change on their operations and investments.
Markel is to buy the world’s largest manager of insurance-linked securities, Nephila Holdings.
Despite the hype around insurtech, the barriers to entry remain high, not least because incumbents have reputational concerns that are hampering true customer-led disruption. Indeed, the likes of Lemonade have had to water down their original vision to…
As Britain is basking in glorious summer, the sun is also shining on the motor insurance market.
Exclusive: Hiscox CEO Bronek Masojoda cast doubt on the UK regulator's ability to make good on its promise to create a flexible framework for ILS business in London.
Scor has become the first reinsurer to use the new UK ILS regime to issue a catastrophe bond.
A panel of experts has told brokers at the British Insurance Brokers' Association annual conference that they need to be preparing for the UK's exit from the European Union and analysing their customers’ exposure.
Michèle Bacchus spoke to brokers to find out their thoughts on regulation, their trade body and their opinion of the UK insurance market
Nick Marson, founder of Parallel Mind, talks to commentators from across the insurance market to garner their views of how the insurance market can respond with one collective voice to meet the challenge of restoring public trust
The regulatory landscape is constantly evolving, With this in mind, Post asked a number of senior insurance figures about some of the most pertinent changes that are afoot from GDPR to the IDD, and how they would like the situation to develop in a post…
What next after the UK ruled out maintaining passporting within the European Union?
Capital from Insurance Linked Securities could be used to back the Lloyd’s Central Fund as early as next year, the market’s chief financial officer has said.
Exclusive: Politicians need to look at the Enterprise Investment Scheme to make it easier for insurtech start-ups to access it.
The Prudential Regulation Authority will be working closely with the insurance industry to make sure that Solvency II requirements do not damage competition in the sector, the Association of British Insurers Annual Conference heard today.
The Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority have named Marshall Bailey as chair of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme with effect from 1 April 2018.
The loss of passporting will be a major challenge for insurers after the UK leaves the European Union. Steven McEwan, partner at Hogan Lovells, looks at some of the options available.
Exclusive: Allianz and LV have secured regulatory approval for a joint venture that will create the UK’s third largest personal lines insurer.
European insurers operating in the UK will be able to continue to do so even after Brexit, according to plans outlined by the Prudential Regulation Authority.