Olivia Baker, head of motor trade at Allianz Commercial, contemplates the Automated Vehicles Bill and what this will mean for motor insurance, and makes the most of flexible working.
Trade Voice: Louise Clark, property adviser at the Association of British Insurers, says rising premiums need to be understood within the context of increasing price pressures on insurers.
As homes and businesses face damage from floods caused by Storm Henk, predictions state that the severe weather is not yet over.
Editor’s View: Emma Ann Hughes reflects on how this year’s reinsurance renewals suggest the trying times of 2023 should result in a happier 2024 for insurers.
To get you ready for the next 12 months, Insurance Post uncovers five things you need to know about what 2024 holds in store for the industry, according to insurance analysts.
Like Cher, Insurance Post is turning back time to remember the industry Consumer Duty’s efforts, business interruption cases continuing to rumble on, developments at Direct Line, RSA’s personal lines exit, plus the other major insurance events of the…
Clint Milnes, chief information officer of Winn Group, insists by working with accident management companies insurers can reduce the cost of motor insurance.
While 2023 will be remembered as a difficult year for insurers due to consolidation, capacity restrictions plus new regulatory rules, providers still have high hopes for 2024.
2023 will be remembered as the year the insurtech funding bubble burst but looking ahead to 2024 players in this part of the market expect providers to realise it is easier to buy systems than build them.
How inflation and the Consumer Duty resulted in premiums increasing, cover stripped back and product supply shrinking in 2023 is the focus of the latest Insurance Post Podcast.
Around two thirds of UK professional indemnity insurers believe the use of AI by professional services firms is increasing their risk of practice, according to a survey by Clyde & Co.
Analysis: As inflation continues to be an issue across all lines of insurance, Sam Barrett explores how brokers can use AI to manage underinsurance risk and valuations.
Direct Line has launched an entry-level car insurance product aimed at customers looking for bog-standard cover in the wake of a financial crisis, Insurance Post can reveal.
Analysis by Ernst & Young has revealed that home insurance suffered its worst year on record in 2022, and fortunes aren’t about to change.
It's close to Halloween, so Insurance Post editor Emma Ann Hughes is looking for some evil things lurking in the dark that are ready to scare general insurers.
Data usage in pet insurance has “lagged behind” home and motor, according to Crif UK, and if the sector isn’t able to get a grasp of it soon, the writing could be on the wall.
Valeria Ermakova, associate director for analytics at AM Best, reveals while reserving for claims inflation is shaking the nation's insurers, actions taken by the top 10 of this year's Insurance Post Top 100 UK Insurers List helped these providers hold…
Aviva’s Global Corporate & Specialty team has revealed how it has been able to develop 20 commercial lines pricing models in just nine months, cutting build time by 75%, after utilising Hyperexponential’s pricing decision intelligence platform, HX Renew.
A report from Bloomberg Intelligence has warned that the margins of UK insurers such as Admiral and Direct Line face a “double whammy” of claims inflation and regulation in 2024.
Data analysis: General insurers are adjusting rapidly to the new higher interest rate era ushered in by the most intense monetary policy tightening since the 1980s but profitability is unlikely to soar back to pre-pandemic levels imminently.
Domestic & General is concerned that without further help such as that from the Energy Bill Support Scheme, more customers could be left struggling with energy bills in the cost-of-living crisis, leading to difficult business retention.