Just under 40% of SMEs would back Brexit according to Zurich’s latest SME Risk Index.
It’s time to stop talking negatively and start focusing on the potential for positive outcomes
Insurers' reporting of administration fees and non-risk income came under scrutiny in the 2015 full-year results reporting period as firms' balance sheets were dominated by commercial flood losses.
Admiral Group's 3% reduction in its underwriting share announced in the company's 2015 full-year results today (3 March) will not have a significant financial impact on the business, according to chief financial officer Geraint Jones.
Hiscox will this year set up a managing general agent in the UK focusing on areas outside its underwriting appetite, including some classes of professional indemnity and motor insurance.
Mayor of London Boris Johnson’s relationship with London’s corporate sector has featured both highs and lows during his tenure so far.
QBE Insurance Group is currently drawing up contingency plans in the event of a ‘no’ vote in the forthcoming UK referendum on continued membership of the European Union.
With the very definition of insurance being something that provides protection against a possible eventuality, I like to imagine that all insurers must have been scouts.
Market commentators are divided over whether it is too early to start contingency planning ahead of the planned referendum on the UK's membership of the European Union, despite a senior Lloyd's official warning the sector to be prepared for all possible…
Zurich is keeping a close eye on how the referendum over UK membership of the European Union progresses, according to UK general insurance CEO Vibhu Sharma, who highlighted the company's position as one that is already headquartered outside the EU.
A vote to leave the European Union in the forthcoming UK referendum could fundamentally damage the London market, according to Sean McGovern, Lloyd's CRO and general counsel.
Nearly three quarters of UK SMEs struggle to export beyond the European Union meaning they could be disproportionately disadvantaged if the UK votes to leave the EU in an upcoming referendum, RSA research has found.
Uncertainty over the UK’s membership of the European Union is causing discomfort at senior level.
A vote to leave the European Union could threaten the health of the UK economy and its financial sector, according to Standard & Poor's Ratings Services.
Aviva is keeping a close eye on the proposed European Union membership referendum that would take place under a future Conservative government, with group CEO Mark Wilson playing down the insurer's exposure to such a move.
Former CEO of Lloyd’s, Richard Ward joined Cunningham Lindsey as executive chairman in June 2014. He talks about and the challenges faced by loss adjusters during a difficult and uncertain landscape.