Charles Berry, chair of BPL Global, has succeeded Willis Towers Watson CEO Nicolas Aubert as president of the Insurance Institute of London.
Reinsurance rates have started to rise after a series of natural disasters in 2017 and 2018, but the increases are not being seen across the board.
David Palmer, a well-known industry figure in the 80s and a past master of the Worshipful Company of Insurers has died. He was 92.
From Bolton to Palace; Gretna to Argyle - when insurance personalities invest time and money in football
As former Sabre CEO Keith Morris backs the Bolton Wanderers FC buyout, Post content director Jonathan Swift looks at other insurance individuals who have been closely involved in football over the last two decades.
To borrow an analogy from Forrest Gump’s mother, writing about insurance can be like a box of chocolates – you never know what you’re gonna get. On the topic of trampolines, an assortment of ‘no comments’ left a rather nasty taste
The Internet of Things continues to offer insurers considerable opportunities in terms of maximising existing data to better understand customers and enter new markets previously considered unprofitable. With this in mind, Post, in association with…
The Governor of the Bank of England has described climate as a “big, big issue” for general insurers and reinsurers.
Global insurtech investment hit $1.41bn in Q2 2019, with more than half of this coming from four transactions.
Aviva was crowned the Best of the Best Insurer after the 2000 people in attendance at the Royal Albert Hall casted their votes as part of an interactive poll on the night.
Allianz was among the big winners at the 25th British Insurance Awards at the Royal Albert Hall scooping three individual awards including General Insurer of the Year.
The dual pricing noose is slowly tightening around the insurance industry’s neck. Its laudable attempts to escape from the regulatory hangman seem increasingly futile as the pressure is mounting on the Financial Conduct Authority to take action.
Lloyd’s of London has established two advisory committees featuring prominent industry figures to support its ongoing modernising strategy.
The insurance sector is one of the mainstays of the UK economy, contributing nearly £30bn and employing more than 300,000 people. Its sheer size and financial strength gives the industry the opportunity to do good for the people who rely on it
Brightside managing general agent Kitsune Associates passed 10,000 policies sold last month and is on-track to meet its first year gross written premium target, according to managing director Trevor Bowers.
Six out of ten risk managers believe that geopolitical tensions will become harder to manage for businesses in the next three years.
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
Being able to offer attractive employee benefits is vital in terms of recruitment, retention and productivity, but they are both costly and risky
Insurance policies come with technical jargon and are "inaccessible" to dementia sufferers, says the Alzheimer’s Society Charity.
In the commercial space, artificial intelligence has the potential to enable an insurer to get all the information it needs to write a risk in a matter of hours and support customers’ risk management activity, but only if it is deployed appropriately
The Environmental Agency has launched an eight week consultation on a new long-term strategy to tackle flooding and coastal change.
Steve McGill, former group president of Aon, has launched a private equity-backed specialty risk solutions business alongside a team of other senior executives.
The price of car insurance fell 1.6% in the first quarter of 2019 after creeping upwards during the second half of 2018, according to the Confused car insurance price index, produced in association with Willis Towers Watson.
Former employees have expressed concerns over the impact of the Marsh/JLT deal on the market and the brokers themselves, after a former main board director of JLT slated the deal as a potential ‘train wreck’ in a Linkedin blog.