Regulatory and Solvency II equivalence is not an adequate replacement for a proper agreement on mutual market drawn up by government, the industry has heard.
Leaving the European Union without a deal is not acceptable if insurers are to continue to meet the needs of customers and remain legally compliant, the Association of British Insurers, will warn today.
Lloyd’s of London will submit a formal application for its Brussels hub structure in September, the corporation's CEO has said.
A transition deal on goods and services between the UK and the European Union is needed to prevent a sharp rise in UK business insolvencies in 2019, according to Euler Hermes.
The insurance and long term savings sector adds more than £40bn to the UK economy, new analysis shows.
Trade credit insurers can prove their worth by helping their customers mitigate the risks associated with Brexit, writes Richard Reynolds, regional manager at Atradius.
Specialty carrier Chaucer has chosen Dublin for its post-Brexit insurance hub.
It is unclear whether UK nationals will be able to use the European Health Insurance Card after Brexit. If they don’t, travel insurers expect higher claims costs and higher premiums.
Brexit is increasing the costs sustained by travel insurers, which can no longer afford to cut premiums, says Antony Martin, managing director at Rock Insurance.
Aviation insurers have launched a model contract continuation clause to keep multi-year policies in place after Britain leaves the European Union, the International Underwriting Association said.
The UK insurance industry has welcomed comments made by chancellor Philip Hammond where he said he is pushing for a Brexit "that works for Britain," and wants a business-friendly Brexit which protects financial services.
Some are sounding the death knell of the personal injury reforms but Rob Townend, claims director at Aviva Insurance, explains why insurers must be alive to an increasingly aggressive claims management company industry.
New rules on data protection will come into force in Europe next year. Sergio Pierro is a professional indemnity underwriter for international financial lines at XL Catlin, based in Paris, and focuses on cyber. He explains how companies can get ready for…
After Prime Minister Theresa lost her overall majority in the general election last week, a softer Brexit is more likely, said Thomas Lake, senior analyst, political risk at BMI Research.
It has been a year of political surprises, starting with Brexit, to Trump’s election and finally to today’s hung parliament.
The Association of British Insurers has urged the industry to ensure its policy positions are “rigorously framed” around the needs of retail and business customers following the election result.
CNA Hardy will establish a new office in Luxembourg in preparation for Brexit, with the process set to be completed in early 2019.
Australian global insurer QBE has decided to move its EU headquarters from London to Brussels.
Insurance giant RSA is to set up an office in Luxembourg in response to the UK’s decision to exit the European Union.
Insurers looking to set up a post-Brexit base in the European Union will need to ensure their relocation plans have the proper supervision, the chairman of the European insurance watchdog has said.
FM Global has been granted a license to operate in Luxembourg as the commercial property insurer looks to establish a post-Brexit base on the continent.
Beazley CEO Andrew Horton speaks to Post about the company's UK, Europe and international expansion programme.
European Union member states are set to receive guidance from Brussels to ensure national regulators do not undercut each other while trying to attract firms from the UK.
Liberty Specialty Markets denied it had already made a decision over the base of its European Union subsidiary, despite reports it has picked Luxembourg for the base.