Following the UK electorate’s vote to leave the European Union, there has been a lot of crystal ball gazing as to what it might mean for the insurance industry.
Brexit will not lead to a “bonfire of regulation” the new head of the Financial Conduct Authority has warned.
Guernsey is carrying out a strategic review into how it can become a “more important player” as an international insurance hub.
The UK has voted to leave the EU. What will this mean for the insurance industry?
Tokio Marine Kiln said it would offer a greater range of specialist policy lines following a restructure of its underwriting operation.
Two French lobby groups have combined to form the French Insurance Federation, representing over 99% of the local market.
A fifth of jobs in London’s financial services industry could be relocated because of Brexit.
The historic relationship between Malta and the UK will provide opportunities for insurance businesses following Brexit, Maltese insurer Building Block has said.
Speaking to Association of British Insurers’ members at his outgoing dinner last month, chairman Paul Evans said the organisation had never been “more relevant to its members” and “the work, focus and voice of the ABI is directed by its members, for its…
The government will cut corporation tax to 15% in order to persuade businesses to remain in the country following the Brexit vote.
Here are the important insurance news and Post exclusives of the past week, in case you missed them.
Elite Insurance will be looking to establish new headquarters outside of Gibraltar following the UK’s decision to leave the EU.
A Brexit will cost Lloyd’s £800m worth of gross written premium, the corporation told its managing agents in a meeting today.
Markerstudy has met with the Gibraltar Financial Services Commission to discuss the implications of a Brexit.
The International Underwriting Association has called for talks to begin as soon as possible on the UK's new trading relationship with the EU following last Thursday’s Brexit vote.
Leaving the EU will mean that the UK can abandon the “absolutely dreadful” Solvency II regime, the former head of the civil service told MPs.
Deloitte has released a statement claiming that insurers are mobilising their contingency plans in response to last Thursday’s Brexit vote.
The Association of British Insurers has attempted to calm fluctuating financial markets following the Brexit vote.
Post-Brexit negotiations will be tough going and UK businesses must cooperate with EU member states.
The board of Legal and General Group has announced Sir John Kingman as group chairman of Legal & General.
A Kent-based intermediary has said “all options are open” following a Brexit vote, as its parent company CBL Insurance said the firm could redomicile to Dublin.
The country’s top insurers saw shares fall on the second day of trading following the Brexit vote, despite efforts to calm the market.
QBE Insurance Group attempted to calm investors ahead of the opening of the Australian stock exchange this morning with a statement claiming they do not anticipate any material impact on their day to day operations following the UK’s vote to leave the EU.
Investment adviser Macquarie has lowered its price target for Aviva to 442p from 502p and upgraded the stock to 'outperform' from 'neutral' following the UK’s vote to leave the EU last week.