Analysis: Fiona Nicolson explains what insurers looking to stay in the fast lane, as mobility trends develop, need to do to satisfy drivers and maintain profits.
The Association of British Insurers has revealed that motor insurance payouts rose by 29% in Q2, up to £2.5bn, outpacing premiums.
Two fraudsters have been found to be fundamentally dishonest and ordered to pay £30k in legal fees following an attempt to fraudulently seek damages against Zurich.
Defaqto’s Angela Pilley examines how many building and content insurance providers are operating today compared with a decade ago, how product features have changed, and the types of fees and charges attached to this type of cover.
Sue Brown, chair of the Motor Accident Solicitors Society, asks whether motor policyholders will ever see a ‘whiplash dividend’.
The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers has issued judicial review proceedings against the Ministry of Justice regarding imminent personal injury claim reforms.
Paul Williams, CEO of Ripe Insurance, explains why the specialist insurer looks more like a marketing agency than a financial services provider and how it wants to know why Jane differs from Janet.
Analysis: As UK summertime temperatures continue to soar, Aamina Zafar examines how insurers are striving to minimise the damaging impact heatwaves have on property and homeowners.
Alex Hamilton examines how usage-based insurance, artificial intelligence and insurtech partnerships are transforming the sector, gamifying experiences and encouraging better habits.
Hiscox has appointed former Aviva distribution boss Gareth Hemming as its UK chief distribution officer.
Mike Keating, CEO of the Managing General Agents Association, says the sector remains buoyant.
Adam Winslow, CEO of Aviva UK & Ireland general insurance, has revealed the provider is mainly testing artificial intelligence in the operational environment.
Editor’s View: Emma Ann Hughes argues treating travel insurance customers fairly doesn’t mean treating them like an idiot only capable of ticking a box.
Oliver Wyman expects to “quickly recruit a team with a "double-digit headcount” to its UK actuarial practice, the Marsh McLennan management consultancy has told Insurance Post.
An increase in caravan thefts has led to the average insurance premium for a caravan increasing by 34% since 2021, according to Go Compare.
Amanda Fox, chief customer officer at Markerstudy, outlines the key considerations for insurance businesses pursuing a truly customer-centric approach.
Aviva bosses have revealed the part rate and new product lines played in pushing general insurance premiums up 13% in the first half of 2023.
Admiral Group CEO Milena Mondini de Focatiis is expecting business to pick up in the latter half of this year after reporting a £298m UK motor business profit in the first half of 2023.
Analysis: David Worsfold examines whether wrapping up insurance with other products risks obscurity, especially if there is a poor understanding of consumer behaviour in a digital environment.
The average price of motor insurance has been pushed higher by the rising cost of vehicle repairs, according to ABI analysis.
Colm Holmes, CEO of Allianz Holdings, has warned the insurance giant will need to continue to rate “to cover the impact of inflation” in the latter half of this year.
Following its recent win as Personal Lines Broker of the Year at the 2023 British Insurance Awards, Co-op Insurance managing director Charles Offord reveals his thoughts on what made it stand out.
Adrian Marston, legal director in Clyde & Co’s Birmingham office, says chronic pain claims remain challenging for insurers.
With the FCA ordering Direct Line to review motor loss claims, Jeff Winn, founder of Winn Group, explains why some insurers are underestimating the cost of replacing damaged vehicles.