Post Learning: Ogden discount rate: Indicative reading time: 20 minutes

Post Learning: Ogden Discount Rate

Learning Objective: By the end of this module, readers will know what the personal injury discount rate is, how it varies across the home nations and how it has moved since the beginning of 2017. They will also be able to describe why it is of importance to insurers and personal injury settlements.

‘Bad outcome’ for industry as discount rate revised to minus 0.25%

The government has set a new discount rate of minus 0.25% - a much lower number than the expected 0%.


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What happens now on the OIC landscape post-Rabot?

After the Supreme Court rejected the insurer-led appeal against its decision on the first two cases of mixed-injury claims involving both whiplash and non-whiplash injuries, the Association of Consumer Support Organisations’ director Matthew Maxwell Scott asks: What's next?

What the future holds for AI regulation

Striking the right balance between regulatory intervention and industry autonomy is crucial to realising the full benefits of artificial intelligence while ensuring ethical, accountable, and inclusive practices within the insurance sector, argues Nutan Rajguru, Verisk UK's head of analytics.

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