The UK government recently took the decision to legalise the use of rental electric scooters on public roads. Glyn Thompson, head of the motor sector focus team at the Forum Of Insurance Lawyers and technical lead motor at Weightmans, looks at what the…
Defendants in the Financial Conduct Authority’s BI test case warn providers could be liable for losses they never agreed to cover.
Søren Aamann Jensen from the Danish law firm Kromann Reumert and Troels Askerud from Gefion have been appointed as joint liquidators of Gefion Insurance.
The Financial Conduct Authority has alleged that insurers’ approach to causation in the business interruption test case is “legally flawed” and the defendants have “overlooked” contractual contexts.
Effective remedies are still needed to address the scale of the dual pricing problem in insurance, according to the latest update from the Competition and Markets Authority.
Insurers should have offered government earlier ‘opportunity’ to regulate if they disagreed with restriction insurance triggers, the Financial Conduct Authority has said.
The business interruption policies under scrutiny in the Financial Conduct Authority’s test case are presented ‘in the manner which most benefits insurers’ and therefore brokers should not take the blame for any contractual breaches, the regulator has…
Insurers have been accused of filibustering in relation to business interruption as firms suffer “devastating losses” following coronavirus lockdown.
With analysts cautioning the Covid crunch will begin to bite insurers in the second quarter of 2020, Post investigates what impact the coronavirus pandemic has already had in the first quarter
The Competition and Markets Authority has again appealed for the power to impose financial penalties on businesses that breach payment protection insurance regulations, after breaches were uncovered at Cardif Pinnacle, Lloyds Banking Group and Nationwide.
June 2020 was to be the month insurers got their comeuppance on the saga that is dual pricing, but the Financial Conduct Authority has once again dropped the ball.
The liquidator of unrated insurer Gable has found ‘trapped funds’ in the company originally valued at CHF 85m (£71.8m) are not recoverable.
The Financial Services Compensation Scheme has appointed Fiona Kidy as chief financial officer having held the role on an interim basis since May last year.
Despite increased sentiment and some rallies in markets, Lionel Pernias, head of buy and maintain at Axa Investment Managers believes that there are still plenty of challenges ahead for insurers' investments, particularly in their credit portfolios.
The Competition and Markets Authority has today launched an investigation into whether Ardonagh buying Bennetts Motorcycling Services will lead to “substantial lessening of competition”.
With the UK government ready to introduce e-scooters on the roads from this weekend as part of trials, the British Insurance Brokers’ Association has called for the development of a “low-level minimal insurance requirement."
Danish unrated insurer Gefion will enter solvent liquidation as the Danish regulator has chosen to withdraw its license, the insurer has said.
In the 30th episode of Post and Insurance Age’s video series we gathered together an expert panel to discuss what the future holds for managing general agents.
Insurers have been accused of "dragging feet" in the Financial Conduct Authority's business interruption test case, as they sought additional hearing time in September to debate on the regulator's use of an analysis by the University of Cambridge to…
Insurers' comments about the duty of brokers made in the defences in the ongoing Financial Conduct Authority business interruption court case are "irrelevant" and "unhelpful" according to British Insurance Brokers' Association CEO Steve White.
As Post celebrated its 180th birthday this year we’ve looked back at how the sector and the publication have weathered changes in technology, regulation and not least two world wars.
Marsh has disputed RSA allegations its clients should be liable for brokered policy contract issues in the Financial Conduct Authority’s business interruption test case, as brokers were dragged into the ongoing proceedings.
The Financial Conduct Authority’s test case showdown, in which it is representing the interests of approximately 8500 business interruption policyholders against a sample of eight insurers, is set to begin in court on 20 July. Post showcases the key…
The eight insurers involved in the Financial Conduct Authority’s business interruption test case have filed their defences with the court, alleging among other arguments that the pandemic is a global issue rather than local and therefore not covered.