Zurich UK has reported a 9% increase in GWP for its property and casualty business in 2023, while profits jumped by £1m.
Clean technology group Altilium has announced a partnership with LV and vehicle salvage supplier Synetiq, aiming to recycle electric vehicle batteries from written-off vehicles.
Admiral has struck a deal with Google Cloud, which will see the technology giant host the provider’s policy management and billing platforms plus use generative artificial intelligence to produce new products and services.
Post Podcast: As luxury goods prices are up 32% since 2019, the greatest Valentine’s gift brokers could give high-net-worth clients this year is to review their insurance needs.
The Financial Ombudsman Service has confirmed that it has communicated with pet insurers over a string of exclusions-related complaints.
Mark Roberts, division president for UK, Ireland and South Africa at Chubb, tells Jonathan Swift he is looking to create wider and deeper relationships with UK brokers plus what factors will help differentiate his insurer from the congested run-of-the…
Analysis of more than 3000 escape of water claims by McLarens found that “trace and access” cover was required in more than half of all claims (51%).
The countdown has started for you to get entries in for the inaugural 2024 British Insurance Technology Awards (BITAs).
Content Director’s View: Following the quick and relatively painless death of the Amazon Insurance Store, Jonathan Swift reflects on why UK policyholders are often resistant to the charms of brands they would otherwise trust when it comes to buying…
Owners of older pets saw their premiums increase by more than a quarter last year, according to Pearson Ham’s latest quarterly price index.
The Chartered Insurance Institute’s New Generation Programme Claims group has today published a report calling on the industry to heighten understanding of second-hand trauma.
With winter sports season in full swing, Aamina Zafar examines how the case against the A-list Hollywood actress highlighted the need for appropriate cover and training for claims handlers receiving calls from those who may have forgotten slope etiquette…
A House of Lords report on electric vehicles has outlined what the government must do to reach its ambitious EV adoption targets.
Briefing: After 15 months, the Amazon Insurance Store is coming to an end. Scott McGee asks the question: ‘What went wrong?’ and ‘Was it doomed from the outset?’
Trade Voice: Sue Brown, chair of the Motor Accident Solicitors Society, argues joined up thinking is needed around digitalisation efforts in the UK civil justice sector.
A shortage of rental accommodation has resulted in providers talking to pod providers about rehoming policyholders in these structures while their homes are repaired, Insurance Post can reveal.
Mark McDonald, personal lines insurance director of Altus Consulting, tries to persuade a five-year-old to wear a coat, uses his commute to catch-up on podcasts and prepares to launch a broader claims consulting proposition.
Editor’s View: Emma Ann Hughes argues that if Amazon had been allowed to watch every move consumers make, then the retail giant’s Insurance Store would have obliterated insurers in the same way it emptied the high street.
A Jersey court has imprisoned two men for conspiring to defraud one of the bailiwick’s oldest insurers out of £3.3m over a 13-year period.
Following both acquisition and a flurry of executive appointments, Policy Expert is “firmly on track” to launch its expansion into pet markets in Q2.
Eliron Ekstein, co-founder and CEO of Ravin AI, shares the steps motor insurers should take to make sure the car inspection technology they pick today isn't obsolete tomorrow.