The Financial Conduct Authority has issued a stark warning to brokers about client money shortcomings it has seen in the market stressing that it will take action.
Although environmental, social, and governance issues have been mentioned as far back as 2006 by the United Nations with other sectors seeing it incorporated into their financial evaluations, insurance is only recently picking up the buzzword. Post…
Google’s decision to only allow regulated firms to place financial services adverts targeting UK consumers has received a measured response from the Financial Conduct Authority, while a law firm has warned the devil will be in the detail.
The European Commission will waive the obligation for motorists from the UK to show green cards, a move that has been welcomed by insurers.
Gallagher is notifying “potentially affected” individuals and entities after an investigation showed systems affected by last year’s cyber incident held medical information, credit card information and more.
Insurers are expecting claims volumes to rise in Scotland as Qualified One Way Costs Shifting goes live.
Adam Winslow, UK & Ireland general insurance CEO at Aviva, has confirmed the insurer’s commitment to brokers as it looks to commercial growth.
Claims Management Company Crosfill & Archer Claims has been fined £110,000 by the Financial Conduct Authority for historic unsolicited telemarketing calls.
We had high hopes for 2021. We were keen to see the back of 2020 which brought with it a global pandemic, toilet roll hoarding, national lockdowns, home schooling hell, business interruption court cases, a ban on sports, enforced staycations, and yet…
Forum of Insurance Lawyers Scotland chair Bruce Goodbrand and Northern Ireland chair Kevin Shevlin spoke to Post about how different arms of Foil work together to address the issues the industry is facing and also learn from one another.
Politicians have called for the Financial Conduct Authority to set an end date for a transformation programme that seeks, among other things, to tackle the “siloed” culture within the regulator.
The Treasury Select Committee has criticised the government for a “missed opportunity” to tackle fraudulent online adverts and prevent customers being scammed by fake financial products.
Insurers are concerned that whiplash reforms may result in claims management company “displacement”.
A Freedom of Information request by Post has revealed that the Financial Conduct Authority spent over £240,000 on Google Ad words in the first four months of the year, taking the bill since 2019 over £2.1m.
A-Plan Group is aiming to break the £1bn gross written premium barrier within the next four years, CEO Carl Shuker told Post.
The Financial Conduct Authority has warned social media companies that it will take legal action if they keep publishing scam adverts.
The Association of British Insurers has been working hard on an industry roadmap for tackling climate change and is aiming to publish its findings on 7 July, director general Huw Evans told the audience of the Post LIVE annual conference.
When the Solvency II regulation was conceived in 2001, the term Brexit didn’t even exist. Fast forward 20 years and as well as the UK’s exit from the European Union the general insurance market is facing a pandemic no one foresaw and persistently low…
Edelman Smithfield senior director Aidan Holloway considers the reputation-geared findings of the firm's recent research on trust in insurance.
Nearly six months after the UK left the European Union without any deal in place for its insurance and financial services sectors Post looks at how this story is playing out in terms of regulation and what the next six months might bring.
Peter Thompson, CEO of insurance, distribution and outsourcing at BGL Group, addresses the crucial importance of operational resilience in a fast changing landscape for the industry.
Howden unveils ESG insurer; DLG launches tech platform; Zego introduces pregnancy loss leave; Hiscox in legacy tie up; Brit debuts consortium
Post wraps up the major insurance deals, launches, investments and strategic moves of the week.
William Balfry, Forum of Insurance Lawyers motor sector focus team member, and senior associate at DWF, grapples with the reality of automated lane keeping systems technology.
After a tricky year as Chartered Insurance Institute president Nick Turner has stepped up as NFU Mutual group CEO. He talks to Stephanie Denton about insuring the most dangerous profession in the UK, accepting the golden ticket and why constant movement…