Post - 2012-04-12
In the fight against fraud, geographic intelligence is a powerful weapon in any insurer's armoury.
Many insurance firms overhaul their brands, but what impact does it have on their business?
To give Crawford & Company an advantage over its competition, chief executive Greg Gladwell is harking back to the glory days of loss adjusting, playing up its heritage and his own insurer pedigree
The Financial Services Authority has mimicked the forthcoming twin peak regulation model ahead of its implementation in 2013, but will it prepare the industry for change?
Insurers must have systems in place to prevent fraud, but many have taken this to a higher level and are gaining a competitive edge over their peers.
The Law Commission's review of insurance contract law has proposed the introduction of unlimited damages for late settlement of claims. But what does the industry think?
Web performance specialist Compuware Gomez puts Admiral to the test
Total salaries for insurance chief executives increased across the board, according to insurers’ annual reports for the year ending 2011, despite a drop in total remuneration.
Acquiring Brit UK's renewal rights is Australian insurer QBE's biggest UK deal in more than 10 years, and signifies its commitment to becoming a major player in the regional broker market insuring SMEs.
The Titanic disaster left over 1500 dead and the industry facing a record payout.
A new generation of potential high net worth customers are not being reached by brokers, says Justin Gott.
This week’s deal developments read like two coming-of-age literary fables written to reward hard work and endeavour, while also serving as cautionary tales against potential fallout from familial difficulties in modern times.