The burden of legacy or heritage technologies is not a new issue for the insurance industry.
With Valentine’s Day yesterday, the Post team started the week by bracing ourselves for an inevitable slew of romance-related press releases. We weren’t disappointed.
Those that work in insurance have long known it has reputation issues.
Insurers under the government-backed Pool Re scheme will cover business interruption losses in cases of a terror attack.
Exclusive: The government is mulling an extension to the deadline for insurers to get legal permission to move books of business from the UK to Europe.
Exclusive: The government has carried out a review of the second part of the Laspo reforms it introduced six years ago.
The International Underwriting Association has called for laws on driverless cars that would require drivers to keep their eyes on the road at all times.
Brokers have identified Brexit as their second biggest worry, behind regulation and compliance, Aviva research has shown.
Insurers involved in trialling driverless cars have welcomed government plans to improve safety of testing.
Despite the buildup - amber warnings, train winter timetables, and inevitable delays getting to work - insurers will be grateful of today’s mere smattering of snow.
The Information Commissioner’s Office has fined Arron Banks’ Eldon Insurance £60,000 and political campaign group Leave.EU a total of £60,000.
Watchstone has ring-fenced £50.2m in anticipation of a costly court battle with Slater & Gordon later this year.
The British Insurance Brokers’ Association has hit out over an extra Financial Services Compensation Scheme bill that firms will have to pay in February.
How do passengers 'use' motor vehicles? Ozlem Gurses, reader in insurance and commercial Law at King’s College London and British Insurance Law Association committee member, explains how the law sees this question when it comes to insurance.
The regulator expects its claims reporting proposals to cost the industry between £7.5m and £10.5m in one off compliance costs.
The city watchdog has launched a consultation to address potential 'poor product value' in general insurance.
With Brexit looming, manufacturers are facing the logistics of getting products to countries in the European Economic area and back. Natasha Catchpole, practice leader for crisis management and product recall at CFC Underwriting, explains how brokers can…
Motorists from Northern Ireland will have to secure a Green Card from their insurer if they wish to cross the border into Ireland, if there is a no-deal Brexit.
Brightside’s new managing general agent Kitsune takes its name from the Japanese word for fox. The animal is much admired in Japanese folklore for its intelligence and supernatural abilities – characteristics all the insurance companies that announced…
In a highly competitive market, it is important that insurers maximise their data models to create more intelligible insights. Only then, argues Alan O’Loughlin of Lexis Nexis Risk Solutions, will they gain a strategic advantage over competitors
Irish broker Arachas is considering reaching out to UK partners to overcome potential passporting barriers in a post-Brexit world.
The British Airways data breach is the first major case since the General Data Protection Regulation became law. With the firm facing group legal action and the Information Commissioner’s Office testing its teeth for the first time, what might this mean…
We may not have flying cars, humanoid robots and exaggerated shoulder pads, but there is every reason to believe that the 2019 predicted by 80s film Blade Runner, looks very slightly dystopian.
The hype over new technologies might have the industry excited. But there remains a question of whether these firms’ back offices are fit for purpose to enable them to maximise these customer facing investments. Against this backdrop, Post, in…