The terms commercial lines and digital aren't often spoken together - is the problem that the industry doesn't talk about it or is it really not happening in the market?
The UK insurance sector has criticised proposed changes to the Motor Insurance Directive, following the Vnuk ruling as being “unworkable and unfair”.
Quarterly results don't always reflect a company's performance, notes Ageas CEO Bart De Smet, explaining why the focus must be on its consistency over time.
Lloyd’s has received regulatory approval from the National Bank of Belgium for its Brussels subsidiary.
The High Court has ruled that metal-on-metal hip implants are not defective, in one of the largest product liability group actions in recent years.
The Chartered Insurance Institute has launched its Aspire Apprenticeship programmes.
With business models facing increasing threats from more directions than ever before, John Ludlow, CEO of the Association of Insurance and Risk Managers, spoke to Post weeks before its members gather in Liverpool and he warned risk managers need to be at…
With supply chains entwined through businesses like ivy, disruption risks are climbing. Under-utilised policy wordings and little-known specialist covers haven’t weeded them out
The possibility of physical and mental collapse is now very real. No sympathy for the Devil. Buy the ticket, take the ride.
The government’s proposed whiplash reform could lead to significant access to justice concerns, according to a Parliamentary committee report.
Drivers and truckers may not need to apply for a ‘green card’ in order to remain insured while driving in the European Union after Brexit.
As economies in the Middle East diversify, new opportunities for insurers and reinsurers are beginning to show themselves. Is the London Market taking full advantage?
The Insurance Distribution Directive gives insurers a platform to engage with customers and to do so with transparency, writes Chris Wallace, executive director of Europe at QBE.
Chair of the Treasury Select Committee, Nicky Morgan has agreed to take brokers’ regulatory concerns to the financial services watchdog.
Broker trade body calls for a period of regulatory stability as “burdensome and costly regulatory regimes” takes toll on the sector.
In less than a year in her new role as managing director for Junction and BGL Customer Services, Ali Crossley has helped implement more than 100 digital improvements across the group's brands.
The UK is contemplating liability options as it wants to allow satellite launches from its soil.
Organisations are likely to be faced with data privacy claims, predicts Raf Sanchez, international breach manager at Beazley, warning cyber cover is only part of the solution.
LLegislators have revealed proposals for an updated whiplash definition and damages tariff, prompting fresh debate across the industry.
Independent brokers face ever-evolving challenges, which networks can help them take up, argues Sara Fardon, managing director of Willis Towers Watson Networks.
Insurers have published their gender pay gap statistics. It was never going to go well and the industry's shameful figures further highlight that change is needed. With a bank holiday weekend approaching, perhaps it would be prudent to use that extra day…
Bureau Veritas has launched a learning academy to help UK businesses to keep up with the volume of ever-changing regulation that they must adhere to.
It is unlikely that all robots will require cover, Victor Fornasier and Kathryn Mycock, partner and associate at Hogan Lovells, examine the rationale for compulsory insurance.
The insurance watchdog has opened a consultation into proposals which could see a surge in personal indemnity premiums and force some providers out of the market altogether.