In a recent decision, the Court of Session has reiterated that clauses in insurance contracts require to be interpreted in a commercially sensible way and it is the commercial sense of the reasonable underwriter that counts.
Groupama Insurances' chief executive has claimed the December freeze ought to have been "a wake-up call" for the insurance industry and claimed that Association of British Insurers' £1.4bn loss estimate is an "underestimation".
Insurers' efforts in settling claims from the September earthquake in Canterbury, New Zealand are "back to square one" after this week's 6.3 magnitude earthquake, according to the chief executive of Cunningham Lindsey New Zealand.
The number of insurers looking to grab a piece of the SME directors' & officers' market shows no sign of slowing. Amy Ellis reports on the attraction of a market still hampered by soft rates and over-capacity.
Simon Cowell would have us believe that Britain's Got Talent. However, studies suggests it's not flocking to the insurance industry. A year ago, the Chartered Insurance Institute published the results of a survey that indicated that 83% of students…
The Association of British Insurers and the International Underwriting Association have ruled out making sweeping changes to the rehabilitation code, after current guidelines received "huge support" from the industry.
CEO Paul Evans didn't hang about when it came to splitting Axa UK's personal and commercial businesses - and now he's promising brokers great service, products and relationships, as Jonathan Swift discovers.
As rebrandings go it will hardly go down among the most talked about in the history of financial services, but the end of the Consumer Protection and Markets Authority has at least proved that maybe the government is listening.