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Insurers will inevitably retain insurance as their core offering. But must act more like venture capitalists and develop innovation cultures to succeed according to Geoff Knott, director, Ninety Consulting
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…
A wide-ranging consultation has been launched into the legal reforms surrounding driverless cars.
As cars move towards automation, Jen Frost spoke to Graham Gibson, chairman of Thatcham Research and Allianz’s chief claims officer, and Matthew Avery, director of insurance research at Thatcham Research, about how the UK research centre is working with…
Motor insurers must play an active part in the schemes that develop and test autonomous vehicles, despite the many issues that need to be ironed out, writes David Williams, technical director at Axa.
Following the launch of its Automotive Innovation Centre in 2014, Allianz Partners has created three further 'innovation centres'.
Autonomy experts expect the advent of driverless cars to result in massive amounts of consolidation and change in the motor market, with mid-size personal lines players most at risk.
Insurers need to keep pushing their priorities now for an effective Brexit plan, writes Andy Watson, CEO of Ageas UK, urging the industry to work with the government to achieve a realistic negotiating strategy.
When Paul Geddes took over the role of CEO of Royal Bank of Scotland’s insurance business in July 2009, moving from the retail arm of the bank, and replacing Chris Sullivan, I cannot remember many getting too excited.
The Automated and Electric Vehicles Bill has passed through parliament and gained royal assent.
Thatcham Research CEO Peter Shaw is stepping down from his role with immediate effect due to ill-health.
Drinking and driving is simply not acceptable to today's society. Why then, asks Maurice Tulloch, CEO Aviva International Insurance, is the same stigma not yet attached to using a phone will driving?
It’s been 10 years since motor broker 1st Central launched in the UK, with policies sold exclusively over the phone or the internet. Simon Walker, who became CEO of parent company First Central Group in January, expects online giants like Amazon or…
UK laws, roads and infrastructure are getting ready for self-driving cars but motorists remain reluctant to adopt this technology, points out Simon Walker, group CEO of First Central.
The regulatory landscape is constantly evolving, With this in mind, Post asked a number of senior insurance figures about some of the most pertinent changes that are afoot from GDPR to the IDD, and how they would like the situation to develop in a post…
With more Advanced Driver Assistance Systems being installed on cars, Alistair Carlton, technical manager at National Windscreens, says insurers shouldn't underestimate the demand for ADAS calibration.
As assistance systems are making cars safer, but also more costly to repair, insurers would love a database listing which features are fitted on which vehicles - but motor manufacturers aren’t sharing that information yet
Insurers need to have access to the accident data produced by connected cars, a conference heard.
The government needs to clearly define what constitutes autonomous driving in order that insurers can properly determine liability, a conference heard.
The Motor Insurers’ Bureau could act as a platform for car manufacturers to share with insurers accident data generated by autonomous vehicles, a conference heard.
Motor insurance is going to be "massively impacted” by the advent of autonomous vehicles, a senior Axa executive has warned.
Volvo is “fairly confident” it can start selling autonomous vehicles to individual drivers in 2021, a conference heard.
Connected cars are vulnerable to hacking and therefore pose a terror risk, a conference in Budapest heard.