The regulator has issued a warning to insurance companies not to use Brexit as “an excuse to offload customers”.
With increased regulation and Brexit travel insurance is facing an interesting time, Post caught up with Richard Coleman, European director at Collinson, who talked to us about his thoughts on market developments in 2019.
In the event of a no-deal Brexit, motorists will have to carry green cards in the EU. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg
Zurich EMEA CEO, Amanda Blanc cautioned insurers on how they use big data in her keynote speech at the Association of British Insurers annual conference.
Finance minister Robert Jenrick today warned insurers they must take responsibility for dual pricing.
Customers’ expectations are changing and they are demanding to be more informed. Mike Crane says insurers risk alienating customers if they don’t explain how and why they price risks
Huw Evans, director general of the Association of British Insurers, will tonight warn that if there is no alternative other than no deal then the UK must delay Brexit.
Germany has adopted preliminary provisions, which could see the passporting rights of UK financial institutions, including insurers, temporarily extended in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
With the nature of cyber attacks constantly changing Madeleine Shanks, associate partner at Clyde & Co, explains that dialogue between customers and their insurers has never been more important to ensure that cover is proportionate.
Drivers of fully automated vehicles should not be held liable for accidents involving their cars while technology is in charge, says the Association of British Insurers and Thatcham Research.
The Financial Conduct Authority has closed its market study of wholesale insurance brokers, saying it had “not found evidence of significant levels of harm that merit the introduction of intrusive remedies”.
The Financial Conduct Authority has issued a warning over an unauthorised firm pretending to be Protect Your Bubble.
Insurers have issued a warning over the increasing toll that European Union regulation is having on employees.
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.