Chaos is needed for some highly successful brokers to emerge during 2017
Just when we thought the world couldn't get much more uncertain, 2016 happened.
Over half of UK SMEs think the government is not doing enough to help businesses grow, with seven out of 10 expecting their revenues to fall or stand still in 2017.
The UK's insurers cannot wait for government to take the lead on Brexit strategy, according to Ashley Prebble, an insurance partner at Clifford Chance.
Lloyd’s of London will create an office somewhere within the European Union in a move to divert some of its operations to the continent as a result of the UK's Brexit vote.
Brexit will have no impact on HDI Global’s presence in the UK market, the company's chairman said.
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The insurance industry is speaking “with one voice” on Brexit, according to trade bodies.
A look at the tumultuous changes of 2016 – and a preview of what 2017 may have in store for the industry
Insurers and other financial services bosses met with senior ministers to discuss the country's Brexit strategy.
Lloyd's said setting up a single European Union subsidiary or a network of branches across several EU countries are two potential post-Brexit strategies if passporting rights cannot be maintained.
As the frost closes in and warns us of winter, my thoughts turn to safety and vehicles, especially as I found myself slipping over due to the black ice on the roads.
Markerstudy will see 45 jobs go in its IT department following greater investment in automation.
Two of Ireland’s insurance trade bodies are planning to merge as the country prepares for an influx of business from the UK post-Brexit.
The London insurance market must maintain access to the single market following Brexit negotiations, the International Underwriting Association has warned.
More than six out of 10 brokers do not see Brexit as a threat, research has revealed.
The Central Bank of Ireland, which acts as the country’s insurance regulator, has increased staff levels by over 25% ahead of an expected influx of UK insurers post-Brexit.
The appetite for acquisition activity is undiminished, but buying is the easy part
AIG could move its European headquarters from London to an EU country, following the referendum result.
Insurers are calling on regulators to refine Solvency II to better suit the UK market, rather than replace it entirely when the UK leaves the EU.
Lloyd’s of London has appointed Paolo Vagnone to the newly created role of strategy and change director.
The hefty fine levied against Talk Talk for failing to protect its customers' data will pale in comparison to the maximum penalty regulators will be able to hand out in less than two years.
Referendum results, cabinet reshuffles and the shelving of long-awaited reforms add up to a turbulent year ahead for anyone in the insurance sector, not least those in the legal profession. For the Forum of Insurance Lawyers' incoming president Nigel…
There is a touching stubborn optimism in the insurance industry about where the Brexit negotiations might lead, although it is rather like one of those fixed smiles that it gradually becomes harder to sustain with any degree of conviction.