While historically the insurance industry been a barrier to net zero progress, Ofir Eyal, partner and director of business management consultant Marakon, considers the sector’s potential to facilitate the transition.
The UK has published guidelines to ensure the secure development of artificial intelligence technology.
A consultation on whether to establish a regulatory framework for captive insurance companies will be launched next Spring, according to the Autumn Statement.
How inflation and the Consumer Duty resulted in premiums increasing, cover stripped back and product supply shrinking in 2023 is the focus of the latest Insurance Post Podcast.
Embedded insurance could result in mis-purchasing, the former head of supervision for the general insurance retail sector at the Financial Conduct Authority, Michael Sicsic, has warned.
Panellists speaking at an Association of British Insurers event about civil justice urged the Ministry of Justice to fix the whiplash reforms before bringing about any new further changes that affect the motor insurance sector.
Insurers report substantial work is still needed to better understand and explain IFRS 17 results and improve business-as-usual reporting processes, according to a WTW survey.
News Editor's View: After five brokers committed to capping and no longer sharing commissions in a new government pledge, Scott McGee asks: “What is it actually achieving?”
Five insurance broking groups have pledged to stop sharing buildings insurance commissions with landlords and to cap their own fees.
It's close to Halloween, so Insurance Post editor Emma Ann Hughes is looking for some evil things lurking in the dark that are ready to scare general insurers.
Trade Voice: Dr Matthew Connell, director of policy and public affairs at the Chartered Insurance Institute, outlines how firms can push back against the notion they are all as bad as each other.
Content Director’s View: With the political parties preparing for the next general election, Jonathan Swift mulls whether Labour Shadow Transport Secretary Louise Haigh’s promise to go on the offensive over the costs of motoring might have unintended…
The British Insurance Brokers’ Association has launched a new framework to help members better articulate fair value.
The Financial Conduct Authority is going to come knocking on pet insurer’s doors in the next 12 months, Catherine Carey, head of consumer strategy at Consumer Intelligence, has warned.
Nikhil Rathi, CEO of the Financial Conduct Authority, has outlined five ingredients he feels are essential to support international competitiveness and growth over the medium to long term.
UK law firm Stewarts has launched an online claims service to help the “thousands” of businesses heavily affected by Covid-19 that are yet to recover payment from their insurers.
Regulatory experts have urged insurers to check whether their pushing of “essential” home and motor policies isn’t replicating the price walking sales practices that have been banned by the Financial Conduct Authority.
The Prudential Regulation Authority has set out how it will assess and supervise insurers based overseas with branches operating in the UK.
The Financial Conduct Authority has ruled out banning broker commission, despite being concerned by “high” 62% charges for arranging cladding insurance.
The Financial Conduct Authority is “monitoring” motor insurance prices amid skyrocketing premiums.
In a statement released today, the Prudential Regulation Authority has revealed its intention to run a “dynamic general insurance stress test” some time in 2025.
Tom Luckham unpicks the Ministry of Justice’s proposals to change medical reporting requirements for road traffic accidents and examines the impact it could have on motor insurance claims.
The Financial Conduct Authority has issued a wave of reforms around leasehold buildings insurance, coming into force in the new year.
Lloyd’s has signalled that the launch of the market’s first captive syndicates in decades could be close at hand.