Technology firm Oracle is set to unveil two new insurance products aimed at guiding the industry through the economic downturn. The seventh version of Oracle Insight and the latest release of Oracle Documaker Enterprise will be rolled out this month.
Insurers received an early Christmas present last month, when the government appeared to give firm backing to Lord Justice Jackson's recommendations on combating disproportionate civil litigation costs. The ministerial foreword to its consultation…
Well - what a year. The turmoil in the financial services markets over recent years hasn’t really evaporated from customers’ minds, even if we’ve all worked through it and moved from stock market crisis to sovereign crisis in more recent times. Against…
You insurance types are certainly a very stylish bunch. Since I exploded onto the scene back in August 2009, I’ve been impressed by all the tailored suits, neatly pressed shirts and perma-tans sported by almost everyone that I meet.
A succession of natural catastrophes got 2010 off to a bad start and the market continued to struggle - but the resolution of Brit’s future and the prospect of consolidation could see the year end on a high. Mairi Macdonald reports.
I want to move on from my current place of work but I'm not unhappy and want to collect my bonus. Will I enjoy more opportunities in 2011 or should I strike while the iron's hot, despite the Christmas lull?
The insurance sector is being forced to increase pay for actuarial IT professionals by up to 50% as insurers upgrade their systems to be compliant with new regulatory standards, according to Rethink Recruitment.
The illegality principle may rear its head if a second dip of the recession takes hold and insolvency practitioners engage in civil claims. Tony Hill and Kate Thompson examine the issues professional negligence insurers face from this line of attack.