Future Focus 2030: The future of property podcast - how IoT sensors, automation and granular data will shape the next decade
It is the year 2030. The explosion of internet of things devices has really taken hold impacting both the personal and commercial property markets.
Aviva’s advice on executive pay and corporate governance and responsibility is bang on the money.
Briefing: Pat Gallagher’s anti-racism pledge – Simon Matson, Vyvienne Wade and the elephant in the room
It's a positive step that the industry says it is taking a stand against racism and discrimination, but one pledge, in particular, feels somewhat hollow given recent events.
US loss adjusting group Global Risk Solutions has formally launched in the UK and Ireland with two strategic partnerships - Delta Claims Solutions and Williams Pitt.
The global recession triggered by Covid-19 is “like a crash without an airbag” according to Jérôme Jean Haegeli, group chief economist at Swiss Re.
Exclusive: Despite some support of recovery plans for Covid-19 leading to a resilient, net-zero and inclusive economy, the sector has been criticised for a weak response to a coalition of non-governmental organisations' calls to support green and fair…
Parametrics has been around for a while but a slew of new entrants means it is now poised to make its mark on UK general insurance
Aon agreed to dispose of business and assets up to a cap of $1.8bn (£1.5bn) in 2019 revenues to satisfy competition regulators or else pay a $1bn fee to Willis Towers Watson in order to get its takeover of the rival broker across the line, filings with…
The gender pay gaps of top insurance brokerages showed little movement in 2019, with the divide between the mean pay of men and women shrinking by 0.33% while the gap in median pay grew by 0.34%.
Industry 'did not do enough' to prepare society for pandemic, must not fail on climate: Unfriend Coal
Having previously identified both pandemic risk and climate change as the world's "greatest threat," the insurance industry must champion a green and fair recovery from the Covid-19 crisis to help avert another emergency, NGOs have urged.
Having spent her career working for brokers and then an insurer, Crawford & Company’s new UK and Ireland president Lisa Bartlett speaks to Jonathan Swift about why she has now thrown herself into claims management and loss adjusting, and how she is…
Just over two years since the takeover of Henderson by Aon its leaders met with Emmanuel Kenning to discuss how the deal came about, why now is the right time to rebrand after the heavy lifting of the integration has been completed and what comes next…
Post’s new Motor Mouth Podcast series is proving quite the hit with listeners.
Don't underwrite electric vehicle risks in isolation of claims: Allianz GCS practice group leader Schultz
In order for insurers to better adapt to the wider adoption of electric vehicles they need to make sure that they not managing these risks in silos, a global player has warned.
People buy insurance to transfer risk, not because you are 'technologically cool': Aon claims boss Harrison
Insurers and brokers should not lose sight of the fact that customers buy insurance to transfer risk, and not because a provider has something “technologically cool,” a conference heard.
Exclusive: Ecclesiastical Insurance Group has bought 20% of Lloyd & Whyte for an undisclosed sum.
Jennifer Boldon, partner at Kennedys, recently took to the Lloyd’s Library to turn a spotlight on #MeToo claims. She spoke to Post about why they are picking up steam, how they differ between the UK and the US, and how employers can mitigate the risk of…
Microsoft’s data breach, which saw details of a reported 250 million customers made available online, could leave insureds facing knock-on phishing attempts and the tech giant facing a fine.
Integro has completed the rebrand of its trading names as Tysers, having bought the broker in June 2018.
Amid rumblings in the tech sector and trouble at We Work, which could drive more insurtechs to seek a sale to incumbents, Lemonade has reportedly put its initial public offering on hold.
MS Amlin is to withdraw from nine lines of business that “no longer form part of its future strategic direction” as part of a wider restructure following an underwriting review.
Reinsurance rates have started to rise after a series of natural disasters in 2017 and 2018, but the increases are not being seen across the board.
Insurtech Inshare is seeking to bring peer-to-peer risk and insurance management to the commercial community as it gears up to launch ahead of the Insurtech Connect event in Las Vegas next week.
In the latest in his series of Insurtechs to Watch, Post content director Jonathan Swift casts an eye over six more start-ups looking to make a splash in the UK insurance sector.