Exclusive: A majority of children injured in road traffic accidents could lose access to compensation due to a flaw in the Civil Liability Act, a consumer support body has warned.
Disruption caused by any regulatory interventions on insurers’ pricing practices is more likely to affect insurers such as Direct Line Group, RSA and Saga than price comparison site-based underwriters such as Admiral and Hastings, Peel Hunt has predicted.
As people are increasingly switching to electric vehicles, are insurers taking the opportunity to explore this market?
The withdrawal deal between the UK and EU does not provide certainty for the insurance industry, the British Insurance Brokers’ Association has warned.
As the negotiations over Brexit reach another crescendo of confusion, especially as the EU, UK and European leaders meet in Brussels, the insurance industry can only look on nervously. Those nerves, spiced with concern, are not just felt in the UK but…
Complaints about payment protection insurance increased 34% in the first half of 2019 in the run-up to 29 August deadline for refunds, according to figures released by the Financial Conduct Authority.
Whiplash reforms should be delayed as rushing through a "minimum viable product" will create unacceptable challenges for claimants, lawyers have warned the government.
The Financial Conduct Authority has laid out actions it plans to take around climate change, including requiring listed firms to make climate-related disclosures.
Insurers have welcomed the government’s commitment to improving building safety standards.
The Financial Conduct Authority has issued a warning about scammers using an authorised firm’s name to trick consumers via a website.
European firms passporting into the UK need to notify the Financial Conduct Authority that they wish to enter the temporary permissions regime by 30 October in order to ensure they are able to continue operating in the event of no-deal Brexit, the…
UK motorists are unaware of the legal requirements to drive in the European Union if we leave Europe without a deal, warn insurers and brokers.
Unrated Danish insurer Gefion has finally secured an additional €6m (£5.4m) capitalisation for the business following regulatory action in July.
One of the ways that non-executive directors ensure there is independent oversight is through the use of various board committees. Michael Gaughan explains how the Risk Committee oversees the capital risks and why it worries about technology, cyber…
Insurers in Gibraltar must be aware of their financial position "well before" a solvency breach occurs, the regulator warned as it revealed a clampdown.
An outright ban on dual pricing could be “catastrophic” for the industry, analysts warned, pushing smaller players out of the market, limiting competition and raising premiums across the board.
Studies are now estimating it takes a smoker on average 30 attempts to quit smoking.
The Financial Conduct Authority will not engage with the industry in “an extended dialogue for many months” to find alternative remedies to dual pricing, the regulator has warned.
In this month’s issue Post published the annual top 100 Insurers, a list of the UK's biggest insurers ranked by non-life gross premium written in 2018, in association with AM Best.
The Financial Conduct Authority has outlined a raft of potential interventions as it revealed six million policyholders are hit with a loyalty penalty.
A closer look at how board-level considerations of climate change must shift, and the potential consequences if they do not
Child abuse inquiry slams ‘hostile, baffling, frustrating and futile’ claims process as it pushes for insurer action
Setting up a register of public liability policies, revising damages and ensuring there is a claims code of practice are among a number of recommendations the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse has made in a report published today.
Saga has warned of lower margins in insurance even as it saw a surge in its fixed price policy product, which was launched in the wake of backlash against industry dual pricing practices.
Samantha Barrass had been set to serve her terms as Gibraltar Financial Services Commission CEO until August 2020, but the regulator’s incoming CEO will now take over at the start of next month.