What’s fueling motor insurance today? Michele Bacchus talks to the industry and gives the low-down on what’s heading down the highway towards insurers in both the fast and slow lanes
The more things change, the more they stay the same. So runs a French expression that feels apt in a week that saw Brexit delayed, leaving us all wondering whether we will be able to talk about anything else ever again.
Despite motor insurance premiums falling 6.7% in the past year, data analytics company, Consumer Intelligence, has warned that concerns over Brexit could be causing premiums to creep upwards.
Liberty Mutual Europe has completed its re-domicile from the UK to Luxembourg.
The Chartered Insurance Institute’s New Generation Claims Group has issued guidance for the compensation of claims in the event of riots.
More than one in five employees say their employers are stockpiling as a contingency against Brexit-related disruption, with these businesses at risk of being underinsured unless they ensure their cover is brought into line with the value of their…
When the regulator fined Carphone Warehouse £29m this week, the real target was the use of high pressure sales techniques in insurance.
Amanda Blanc said insurers should not accept a Brexit outcome that prevents the UK industry from having influence over a critical European Union Solvency II review.
With the outcome of Brexit still unclear and a possible European Union exit on 29 March looming, some insurer bosses have cautioned that we could see rising claims inflation this year.
Businesses are operating in unpredictable times and Cecile Fresneau, executive director for UK Insurance at QBE, believes preparing for the what if’s and the absolute worst-case scenario will keep insurance relevant.
Company directors could face legal action if they fail to prepare adequately for a no-deal Brexit, with limitations to directors and officers cover meaning they could find themselves personally liable.
Aviva’s UK business is anticipating pricing increases in 2019 as a result of non-weather claims inflation.
Lloyd’s Brussels has gained authorisation to continue writing insurance and reinsurance risks in Monaco following the UK’s planned exit from the European Union on 29 March.
The loss of European Health Insurance Cards in the event of a no deal Brexit could increase insurer costs and put UK travellers off European mini-breaks.
A lot has changed at the AA in the five years since Janet Connor, now director of insurance, joined the organisation. She explains to Jonathan Swift how an investment in data and technology – alongside the relaunch of its insurance company and board…
Motorists who have failed to obtain a green card prior to driving in Europe will be able to collect one from a port.
Direct Line saw operating profit drop, despite reserve releases ahead of an anticipated Ogden rate revision.
A changing risk landscape is creating new challenges for SMEs and those tasked with providing the sector with insurance. But SMEs need to evolve as newer risks such as cyber attacks and data protection – along with the raft of uncertainties around Brexit…
This week, the sunshine we were blessed with last week was replaced by a more winter-appropriate grey sky and rain.
The regulator has issued a warning to insurance companies not to use Brexit as “an excuse to offload customers”.
Hastings saw profit after tax of £130.6m in 2018, an increase of 3% from £126.7m in 2017.
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
Finance minister Robert Jenrick today warned insurers they must take responsibility for dual pricing.
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.