Post - Post June 2017
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We have a sign in our kitchen with the rules of the house. As well as being told not to run (and throw balls in the house), my son knows it’s important to play nicely.
Proposed whiplash reforms are likely to be tough on claimant law firms. Many are carving out a niche in holiday destinations for gastric illness claims.
The implementation date of the General Data Protection Regulation is less than a year off but the industry’s attention is elsewhere, with issues like Brexit, the General Election and the discount rate looming large on the horizon
Rory Moloney, CEO of Aon Global Risk Consulting, explains why helping a company tackle risk in today’s world requires a new way of thinking.
The delay in whiplash reform should not be wasted, says Simon Stanfield, chair of the Motor Accident Solicitors Society, urging all parties to grasp the opportunity.
O’Regan is a team leader at the telematics provider, with an interest in zoology and botany
Brydges started her career as an office junior, working her way up to become a claims manager
As the resident archivist at Aviva, Anna Stone delves into the insurer's 320 year past.
Six months following her appointment as managing director of RSA global risk solutions, Hayley Robinson sits down with Will Kirkman to talk about her new role
With trials of driverless car fleets now occupying our national roads, the motor sector is getting an upgrade like never before. As fraudulent claims continue to accelerate and while premiums pay the price, new entrants are causing insurers to tighten…
At a time when regulation and taxes are weighing heavily on their operations, brokers find they have to adapt to the digital age. At a Post roundtable, in association with SSP, they discussed how they can leverage new technologies to better serve their…
Beazley CEO Andrew Horton speaks to Post about the company's UK, Europe and international expansion programme.
Many brokers’ professional indemnity policies contain exclusion clauses that limit their cover, leaving them and their customers exposed
Businesses with domestic and international footprints are increasingly demanding protection from political risks. But, as the threats have changed in recent years, so has the cover that serves to protect against them
The Supreme Court ruling in AIG has clarified the conditions under which claims can be aggregated, allowing insurers to reduce their exposure, but future cases will remain highly fact-sensitive
The latest people moves from the insurance industry.
Chubb has appointed Lord Turner as non-executive chairman of Chubb European Group and Chubb Underwriting Agencies
RSA said commercial risk solutions, global risk solutions and the chief underwriting office were accredited by the Chartered Insurance Institute amid a renewed focus on building tech nical skills and expertise across the group.
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