The Whaley Bridge incident has once again thrown the spotlight on insurers, their disaster plans and capacity issues. Alex Dalyac, founder and CEO, Tractable comments that while feet on the ground will never be totally replaced, the industry could be…
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.
The total sum of global underinsurance is $163bn, according to research from Lloyd's.
Ecclesiastical claims director David Bonehill was awarded the Achievement Award at the eighth Post Claims Awards. As technology is transforming claims, he predicts tech giants will enter the market, probably in the motor or home arena.
Senior executives of major financial businesses admit they were unprepared for the spate of costly natural catastrophes that hit the American coastline at the tale end of last year.
Pandemics bonds have launched, with the help of the insurance market, to channel surge funding to developing countries dealing with a disease outbreak.
Corporate clients want travel insurance and travel risk management in the same place, says Chris Knight, head of corporate services at Cega.
New types of insurance could cut the costs of natural disasters for poorer countries and reduce the amount of humanitarian aid needed, according to a new report.
After spending 14 months away from their homes following a sinkhole that opened in St Albans, families will be able to return to their houses in time for Christmas.
Airmic will be unveiling its guide to scenario analysis at its conference in June. Julia Graham says it is an essential tool that benefits the entire market.
Insurers have paid out £2.6m in emergency funding and housed 1500 families in alternative accommodation following Storm Desmond, according to analysis by the Association of British Insurers.
Total economic losses from natural and man-made disasters will hit approximately $85bn (£56bn) this year, with $32bn of those losses covered by insurance.
UK insurers have a critical role to play in the floods according to the Association of British Insurers, who today (9 December) outlined the industry’s commitments to those affected by this week's rainfall in Cumbria.
A Lloyd's index has found a total of $4.6trn (£3trn) of projected gross domestic product is at risk from manmade and natural disasters in cities around the world.
A decade after Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, what lessons has the insurance industry learned –and how has the city recovered?
Scott heads up CNA Europe's technology and cyber risk business unit. He is responsible for developing and executing a strategy that supports profitable growth, and manages a team of 14 underwriters in seven countries across Europe.
Daniel is Group Head of Risk for the First Central Group in Guernsey. He has over 30 years experience in Innovation, Internal Audit and Risk Management, Information Systems Audit, Information Technology, Consulting in E&E, Corporate Governance and XBRL.
Toni Meeking is a Commercial Claims Account manager at RSA and works closely with customers and brokers to understand what is important to them and their business to tailor our claims solutions to best suit them.
Owen Thomas is relationship director at RSA.
Jonathan Salter is Director, Global Consulting at RSA and has over 16 years of experience in the insurance industry.
Jeff Hosking head of major damage claims RSA.
Emma has spent the last ten years developing HDRS' Priority User Service, used by over 900 local authorities and businesses providing a dedicated, specialist response to document or book damage, thus minimising costs and disruption to business continuity.
Will Curtis is Claims Risk Manager at Ecclesiastical, responsible for matters of compliance, audit and fraud in claims.
Mike Jones is president of CILA