The Association of Consumer Support Organisations has urged the Financial Conduct Authority to consider how the market adapts to regulatory change before considering fee caps on claims management companies.
Home insurance premiums could rise 22% for new customers if the regulator moves to axe dual pricing, analysts have warned.
Incubator Insurtech Gateway has launched a new investment fund today backed by insurance companies that is aiming to raise and inject up to £30m in start-ups between now and 2023.
Exclusive: The working group looking into the feasibility of an insurance museum in the Square Mile has rejected the idea of hosting exhibits within the new Museum of London in favour of a stand-alone site, should there be enough interest.
A clone broker is operating under the name Wentworth Insurance Brokers, the Financial Conduct Authority has warned.
The government’s plan for fixed recoverable costs to be applied to most civil cases - including personaI injury - might fix some problem areas in claims. Minster Law's legal services director Rachel Di Clemente asks if it will create more.
Automatic fire sprinklers should be compulsory in all new build schools, insurers have warned.
Extending Fixed Recoverable Costs could lead to claimants playing the system, lawyers warn.
The Financial Services Compensation Scheme will protect customers of Lamp Insurance following the unrated insurer’s demise.
HM Revenue & Customs has published a call for evidence on the operation of Insurance Premium Tax to ensure it continues to operate “fairly and efficiently”.
In March, Airmic appointed four new board members. Post spoke to them about how risk management has changed during their time in the profession, what they need insurers to deliver and emerging risks
It might be the name, but this week I’ve spotted some similarities between Gibraltarian unrated insurer-facing-liquidation Lamp Insurance and an angler fish, sparking some strange and slippery debate in the office.
Exclusive: Now 4 Cover is looking to relocate policies of 13,500 of its customers, following Lamp’s descent into insolvency.
The use of data is widespread but where insurers are on their integration journeys can be very different. Post, in association with Marklogic, brought a panel of experts together to discuss best practice in this area including effective compliance and…
The Prudential Regulatory Authority has appointed Anna Sweeney as interim director for insurance supervision.
Hogarth Underwriting is to be wound up and its creditors stand to lose money, according to the final administration report.
As the dust settles on the final season of HBO’s Game of Thrones, Michael Collins, an associate and solicitor advocate in BTO’s insurance team, answers the question we have all being asking: when a dragon burns down a property, can the property owner…
Due diligence and risk management insurtech Reg UK has completed a £2.4m funding round, which it will use to continue to expands its global sales and business development operations.
The UK has seen a wave of consolidation in regional broking over the past few years, making competition for viable targets a challenge. In response, several consolidators are starting to look to Ireland and Europe as a potential area of expansion.
May is upon us and that means that thousands of insurance brokers are preparing for the annual camp out in Manchester to hear what their trade body the British Insurance Brokers’ Association is doing for them, plans to do for them and how insurers can…
In anticipation of the new discount rate announcement, expected by 5 August 2019, many insurers have already started to price and reserve at 0%
Financial services regulators have formed a working group to collaborate on tackling ‘phoenixing’ in the sector, whereby companies or individuals avoid liabilities or penalties by shutting down businesses only to re-emerge as new legal entities.
Despite giving the broker market a clean bill of health Richard Burger, head of financial services regulatory investigations warns brokers should expect the FCA to continue to explore key areas it has identified that are in need of improvement.
The Financial Services Compensation Scheme has revealed that its levy for 2019/20 will be £532m over a twelve month period, £16m more than planned, with general insurers paying an extra £1m than anticipated.