The Financial Conduct Authority is currently consulting on proposals to encourage young, fast-growing firms to seek a public listing at an earlier stage in their development. Edward Murray investigates if this will give a boost to the insurance sector,…
Exclusive: Wedding insurance customers of UK General and Great Lakes may have been supplied “misleading information” leading to a reduction in Covid-19 claim payouts or preventing them from claiming.
Insurers could still face claims for damages relating to the late payment of Covid-19 business interruption claims under an as yet untested part of the law, according to lawyers.
The voting is open for you to decide who should win the Industry Impact Award at tomorrow’s British Insurance Awards. But be quick as the poll closes at noon tomorrow.
If not for Covid-19 then the biggest story for the insurance industry of 2020 would have been the $30bn (£21.9bn) mega merger of broking giants Aon and Willis Towers Watson.
The Financial Conduct Authority has warned consumers not to do business with Weston-super-Mare broker Professional Construction Risks Limited or any of its representatives.
The government has named John Edwards, currently New Zealand’s privacy commissioner, as its choice to succeed Elizabeth Denham as the next information commissioner and revealed plans to consult on reforms to the UK’s data regime.
In her first interview since becoming interim CEO of the London Market Group, Caroline Wagstaff explains her route to the role, delivering for government, customers, and future talent as well as how she balances the demands of the market-wide body’s post…
The Financial Conduct Authority has raised concerns that some insurers and intermediaries are showing slow progress in making sure products meet customer needs.
Research by Aviva has shown optimism among brokers about their trading prospects for the second half of the year as the UK reopens from Covid restrictions.
From when the All Party Parliamentary Group on Insurance & Financial Services was established in 1991 to the infamous 10 Downing Street summit on Valentine’s Day 2012 insurance and politics often cross paths. Post investigates the impact insurance has…
Marsh and Citi support vaccine efforts; Hudson takes majority Occam stake; Simply Business in Barclays tie up; Aston Lark strikes Irish deal; RAC picks Premium Credit
For the record: Post wraps up the major insurance deals, launches, investments and strategic moves of the week.
Tim Smyth, CEO of UK General, explains why the next ten years could be a golden decade for the managing general agent sector.
Exclusive: The Financial Conduct Authority has yet to close investigations into more than half of the reports made by Covid whistleblowers in the first year of the pandemic, with general insurance businesses among firms that have faced allegations.
Questgates continues acquisition spree; Dual to buy Align Financial; Right Choice bags Moorhouse; Admiral, Ageas, Allianz, Aviva and Zurich report UK results
Post wraps up the major insurance deals, launches, investments and strategic moves of the week.
Craig Harris, Criterion loss adjuster, reflects on the unique challenges of loss adjusting in Ireland.
Data rich insurance businesses have been warned they are a prime target for cyber criminals, with major firms facing up to cyber disruption and ransomware attacks. Who has been affected?
Covéa Insurance's James Gearey on FCA general insurance pricing reforms - the shape of things to come
With dual pricing regulations just around the corner James Gearey, managing director of personal lines and protection at Covéa Insurance, explains why the focus for motor insurers must now shift from price to value and choice.
Exclusive: Insurers, brokers and other firms within the industry have made 315 data breach reports over two years, with many of the best known businesses in UK insurance among those to notify and cyber a growing concern.
The Financial Conduct Authority’s supervision team has sought further documents relating to a hotel group’s $10m “secret profit” allegations against Besso, Post understands.
Aon expects additional charges of up to $400m (£288m) from the cancelled Willis Towers Watson deal.
Caroline Johnson, technical claims director at LV General Insurance, highlights 'teething problems' with whiplash reforms.
Aon CEO Greg Case has stressed in a letter to clients that the broker was confident of winning the US Department of Justice court case as he laid out the reasons for walking away from the Willis Towers Watson deal.