Fraud

Pick of the week

Leigh Jackson outlines the main stories from this week's issue of Post including news from Teceris, Aviva, XL and Fortis.

Slipping away

Fraud detection efforts have been significantly stepped up to counter an undoubtedly growing problem. Sarah Adams explains how technical tools are underpinning the efforts of investigators to validate or repudiate claims.

The wheat from the chaff

The profile and productivity of counter-fraud solutions continues to rise but how has the life of insurance fraud investigators changed and what challenges prevail? Ana Paula Nacif reports.

Getting bang to rights

Four years ago, at the Post fraud management briefing, Richard Davies outlined plans for the Insurance Fraud Bureau. On the eve of the latest event, Jonathan Swift caught up with Mr Davies, John Beadle and Sue Jones to check on its progress and plans for…

Making progress

While there have been innovative developments in the fight against fraud, the war has not been won and there is still much more to do, claims Benedict Burke.

seeking a creditable solution

Issues concerning credit hire continue to trigger much debate on all sides of the industry. With this in mind, Post hosted a frank and open debate on the subject. Jonathan Swift reports.

Stuck in the middle

If a customer's claim is rejected, brokers are increasingly finding themselves in the centre of negligence claims. Daniel Dunkley reports on how they can take themselves out of the firing line.

Anybody interested in saving cash?

Detective Chief Inspector Mark Hooper has an offer for motor insurers" a four-fold return on investment and protection against fraud relating to stolen cars. However, as Lynn Rouse finds, bizarrely it seems no one wants to take him up on this.

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