2018 presents some big challenges for the motor insurance sector, not least of which is the General Data Protection Regulation. James Roberts, business development director for insurance at Europcar UK Group, believes partners can help insurers here.
Insurance Post has launched its 2018 UK Broker Survey and we need your input on the key issues facing the industry.
Axa UK and Ireland has seen its earnings fall by 7% as a result of a “volatile environment”.
The Information Commissioner’s Office is in the process of adding to its team to deal with the expected influx of breach reports in the wake if the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation.
The number of reported data hacking attacks against financial services companies has quadrupled in the last year, according to figures from the Financial Conduct Authority.
Today we feature a second quartet of businesses with their eye on the disruption prize, all of which will be worth watching out for as the year progresses.
It was oddly coincidental that it was Blue Monday, the most depressing day of the year, when Carillion collapsed – placing 20,000 jobs at risk.
Inconsistent regulations and risk of hacking are among the challenges that need to be overcome as loss adjusters are increasingly using drones to assess insured damage, said Nick Barber, head of property & energy claims - Europe at AIG.
Nigel Edwards, senior vice-president and head of Europe at EXL Services, spoke to Jonathan Swift about the incoming General Data Protection Regulation and its impact on insurers.
The insurance industry needs to push for amendments to the Data Protection Bill, argues Stuart Walters, chief information officer at BGL Group.
Allianz's annual global survey of risk managers reveals cyber risk is an increasing concern.
The Chartered Insurance Institute has hired a third party data protection officer services in order to help it become compliant for the incoming General Data Protection Regulation.
This year will see changes to how companies can use people's personal data and Simon McGinn, general manager for commercial and personal at Allianz, believes this is time to perfect the treating customers fairly mantra.
The on-demand, sharing and digital sectors - often called Economy 4.0 - bring new risks and challenges for the insurance industry.
This month, Post casted a musing eye over the year ahead. With Brexit negotiations still waging, the new General Data Protection Regulation coming into effect and Ogden reforms still looming over the industry, 2018 is set to be a busy year.
The promised whiplash and discount rate reforms, as well as the UK’s exit from the European Union, are expected to shape the coming year for the industry. Insurers, brokers, loss adjusters and lawyers are wary of political uncertainties and the trends in…
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2018 is likely to be a year dominated by data regulation, more Brexit negotiations and further Ogden reform and, as such, the key influencers reflect this
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Taking risks is in the DNA of many media and technology firms and insurance should be the enabler that allows them to do this effectively.
The competitive insurance market has triggered low premiums for professional indemnity cover but Terry Pegg, director of sales and marketing at Tokio Marine HCC, argues this does not mean that standards in policies or service levels should be slipping.
Ransomware attacks and data breaches have brought cyber insurance to the headlines but is this raising awareness of the product and do customers and brokers now understand its value?
Trade bodies from across the London market have published guidance to help members navigate the impending implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation.
Getting the most out of unstructured data can be complex. A recent roundtable discussed the resources available for underwriters to approach and tackle the problem