The London Market Group has expressed its disappointment with the Financial Conduct Authority’s latest sector views report and requested a meeting with the regulator to discuss its findings.
Scott Gunter has been appointed as CEO of Axa XL joining from Chubb to replace Greg Hendrick who is leaving to pursue other opportunities.
Industry experts have predicted that the government is ready to delay the upcoming launch of the claims portal with an announcement expected “very soon”.
Ageas UK saw its profitability slump by 21% last year, reporting full-year profits of £60.3m compared to £76.7m in 2018.
Call Connection creditors will share a payout of around £246,000 as claims from secured and unsecured creditors total £4.7m, administrators BDO have estimated.
The changing global climate has once again brought widespread flooding to the UK and this extends far beyond coastal and river flooding, writes Neil Stothert, managing director at RSK Raw.
Post Office Insurance has teamed up with Ageas on an exclusive five-year deal for home insurance.
A bespoke insurance product for a niche group of customers gives brokers a unique selling point and according to John Dawe, partnership director at RSA it enables them to target gaps in the market, diversify their business or create a new revenue stream.
Storm Dennis has caused a second weekend of claims surges across the UK, and together with last weekend’s Storm Ciara, could be on track to exceed the impact on claims volumes of 2018’s Beast from the East.
Bollington’s decision to stop trading with unrated Danish insurer Gefion has not changed the firm’s insurance footprint, group managing director Chris Patterson told Post.
Bollington has suspended trading with Danish unrated insurer Gefion, Post can reveal.
Ardonagh Group has agreed to pay Saga £26m for Bennetts Motorcycling Services.
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Composite insurance pricing in the UK rose by 13.7% in the fourth quarter of last year according to research by Marsh.
Following Davies' acquisition of Keoghs further consolidation is expected in the claims sector and it could push mid-sized firms out of the picture.
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Storm Dennis will hit the UK this weekend, following a claims surge and disruption from last weekend's Storm Ciara.
Cybercriminals are increasingly using crisis events such as the ongoing Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak to breach the security systems of businesses and individuals.
Allianz has confirmed that it will end its headline sponsorship of Saracens this year 12 months ahead of schedule.
Zurich’s UK general insurance arm saw profit almost double and its combined operating ratio improve in its 2019 financial year.
Representatives of the Church of England passed a motion opening the door for redress for survivors of child sexual abuse, but questions remain over what role its insurers will play, if any, in a fund.