Motorists from Northern Ireland will have to secure a Green Card from their insurer if they wish to cross the border into Ireland, if there is a no-deal Brexit.
Insurers may be forced to implement their no-deal contingency plans due to political uncertainty arising from yesterday’s Commons vote.
Brightside’s new managing general agent Kitsune takes its name from the Japanese word for fox. The animal is much admired in Japanese folklore for its intelligence and supernatural abilities – characteristics all the insurance companies that announced…
Irish broker Arachas is considering reaching out to UK partners to overcome potential passporting barriers in a post-Brexit world.
Late last year, James Heath was appointed the 23rd president of the Forum of Insurance Lawyers, succeeding Stephen Hines. He speaks to Post about the legal issues facing the industry.
Nearly half of insurance brokers and insurers are considering moving or have confirmed that they are moving some of their operations and staff as a result of Brexit.
We may not have flying cars, humanoid robots and exaggerated shoulder pads, but there is every reason to believe that the 2019 predicted by 80s film Blade Runner, looks very slightly dystopian.
Insurers are coming up with ways to get round obstacles to doing business in Europe after Brexit
Legislation introduced in the wake of 2011 riots aims to simplify claims handling
With Brexit, increased scrutiny over reserves, climate change and emerging risks on the ‘watch’ list for 2019 The Prudential Regulation Authority certainly has a lot on its plate. Its executive director for insurance, David Rule spoke to Stephanie Denton…
It's pretty easy to generate a list of challenges facing the insurance sector in 2019 but Ant Middle, chief customer officer at Ageas, believes insurers should be looking to creating new opportunities instead.
2019 is sure to be mostly about Brexit but, as Sam Barrett explains, there will be other challenges and opportunities for insurers as well
Lloyd’s Brussels has appointed Sonja Rottiers as its CEO. She will also be Lloyd’s regional director for Europe, Middle East and Africa.
The Association of British Insurers has criticised the European Commission for failing to make contingency plans that would allow UK insurers to fulfil contracts with EU policyholders in the case of a no-deal Brexit.
Insurers have welcomed a deal that will preserve cross border insurance and reinsurance contracts between the UK and US.
Three years ago, the government established an Insurance Fraud Taskforce with much fanfare. However, in the last 18 months, the project has gone quiet. A report from the latter half of 2017 has yet to be published. Post looks at what the holdup is.
No stranger to controversy, Arron Banks is back in the news and under the spotlight with allegations and appeals
Motor insurers are preparing to issue potentially millions more green cards in the case of a no deal Brexit.
Exclusive: Businesses that stockpile goods in preparation for potential Brexit-related disruptions are leaving themselves at risk of being underinsured, brokers have warned.
Exclusive: BBC data has shown that Arron Banks’ appearance on the Andrew Marr show received 521 complaints during or after transmission, but “thousands” more complained before it was aired according to Newswatch.
The spectre of Brexit loomed large over the insurance sector this year, and although the picture is still no clearer in terms of how the UK market will continue to trade with Europe after 29 March 2019, significant merger & acquisition activity was among…
At long last, the Civil Liability Bill cleared its final parliamentary hurdle this week, opening the way for a much-awaited review of the personal injury discount rate.
No one knows what Brexit negotiations will yield. However, Chris Wallace, executive director for European markets at QBE, says companies should be prepared for the opportunities the UK leaving the European Union can bring.
After more than two years of contingency planning, this week’s news that a proposed Brexit deal was likely to lead to a loss of passporting was met with no more than a shrug of the shoulders.