Unpredictable climates mean the industry is facing an increase of surge events and pressure to handling them effectively and efficiently. Jonathan Davison, strategic development director of the British Damage Management Association, shares his view on…
With the experience of a work placement in Malaysia, Michael Hearty joined the insurance industry with Auger and is already external operations manager
Climate change means extreme weather events are only going to become more frequent. Maurice Tulloch, CEO international insurance, explains how the insurance industry can lead the way in prevention.
A week on from Hurricane Michael making landfall in Florida, estimates of the cost of the are beginning to emerge, running to as much as $21bn (£16.25bn).
Insurance industry better equipped to deal with Storm Callum claims after 'significant effort' to implement resilient repairs
As the clean up operation starts following Storm Callum this weekend experts have said the insurance industry is better equipped to deal with flood claims than previous years due resilient repairs and better communication.
A flooded home can be traumatic, especially for children. Jonathan Davison, strategic development director at the British Damage Management Association, explains how the claims process can be designed to protect the mental wellbeing of younger family…
In 2017, the combined underwriting results of the largest 100 UK non-life insurers improved but remained in the red. How well did insurers perform under pressure from strong competition and unfavourable claims trends?
Insured losses from Hurricane Florence are likely to be between $1.7bn and $4.6bn, Air Worldwide estimates.
In addition to insurers exposed to property risk, AM Best expects that motor insurers will see claims resulting from heavy rainfall.
For those of us back in the office while the holiday season continues it might seem like time is moving slowly but the Association of British Insurers revealed this week that for every minute we count down until silly season is over and the out of office…
The insurance and reinsurance industry is braced for losses as category 4 Hurricane Lane continues to track towards the islands of Hawaii.
Insured losses from the June and July flooding in western Japan could total up to $4bn (£3.2bn), according to catastrophe modelling firm Air Worldwide.
RSA posted a 15% drop in group operating profit for the first six months of the year as British and Canadian weather losses dent the insurers’ results.
Carriers in the London market must work together in consortiums to spread risk, combat rising expenses ratios and mitigate underwriting pressures, Hiscox chairman Robert Childs said.
The anatomy of European flooding means insurers and reinsurers should model their potential losses across several countries, explains Dr Maurizio Savina, director at RMS.
Flood Re has set out its long-term vision for when it exits the market in 2039.
The Post team is feeling proud this week, having not just reached our fundraising target of £500 for our charity run through mud but having exceeded it well before deadline date. Thanks to all that have supported us so far.
Exclusive: RSA has backtracked over a decision to not award bonuses to UK staff, after employees claimed it was unfair that group CEO Stephen Hester received a bonus of almost £5m.
Direct Line Insurance Group reported a 5% drop in quarterly gross written premiums and faces a £50m bill as a result of Britain's long, icy winter.
Flood Re is set to freeze the premiums it charges to insurers for the first time.
The National Flood Insurance Programme would be extended to 31 July as part of a $1.3trn federal spending package signed by President Trump on Friday despite threatening to veto the bill earlier the same day.
The 'Beast from the East' and storm Emma have caused a surge in escape of water claims, notes Clive Nicholls, UK and Ireland CEO of Crawford & Company, urging the insurance industry to unite to promote preventative measures.