The term 'cloud computing' is very much in vogue. Post gathered together technology and insurance industry experts to debate whether the industry is ready to seize the opportunities it can offer. Amy Ellis reports.
The customer is currently winning in the mid and high net worth sectors, with rates only climbing slowly. David Sweeney looks at what the industry must do to price for profit and continue to provide great service.
The founder and former clinical director of rehabilitation provider HCML, Helen Merfield, has abandoned her start-up project Nexus Rehabilitation just two months after its launch marked her return to the rehabilitation sector.
High net worth homeowners need to be aware of the optimal conditions and prevention measures that can be taken to keep art collections, antiques, contents and buildings in the best condition possible. As April showers loom, Annabel Fell-Clark advises on…
Solvency II experts have voiced concerns over the uncertainty surrounding the incoming European Union legislation, after the Financial Services Authority revealed revised plans for its handling of internal model applications.
As UK nurses issue an overwhelming vote of no confidence in the Health Secretary's management of NHS reforms, Richard Sear considers the implications of the government's plans for the NHS, private health providers, insurers and patients.
Following Ian Gosden's comments on the SME insurance market, here at Simply Business we felt compelled to respond to his claims regarding the risks of selling direct to this large group of UK businesses.
The Damages (Scotland) Bill passed the final stage of the Scottish parliamentary process on 3 March 2011. The Bill received Royal Assent on 7 April, after which it will become an Act during the course of the new parliament following elections next month.
For the second time in as many months the Supreme Court has been asked to adjudicate in disease claims, this time on industrial deafness. Daren Charlton considers the implications that arise from Baker v Quantum Clothing.