Customers of a failed Leicester broker could be in line for compensation from the UK’s guarantee scheme.
Atradius' Stuart Ramsden on Brexit insolvencies - and credit insurance becoming a business essential
Brexit and other uncertainties have increased business insolvencies and demand for trade credit insurance, writes Stuart Ramsden, head of commercial for UK & Ireland at Atradius.
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 Financial Services Compensation Scheme has declared nine firms, including three insurance businesses, in default, possibly opening the door for consumers to be compensated for any losses incurred.
When you head off to an outdoor festival following a heatwave, you cross your fingers and hope the sun sticks around. Unfortunately it seems like the recent tropical spate has done a runner and I spent last weekend trying not to roll down a hill while up…
The Financial Services Compensation Scheme has paid out £104m in compensation to customers of collapsed unrated insurer Enterprise so far.
Managing general agents are facing a capacity crunch and the 'decile 10' initiative by Lloyd's to remove underperforming business is increasing pressure, explains Chris Hardcastle, managing director of Capsicum Delegated Authority.
An inquiry into Quinn Insurance Limited is to be conducted after its alleged regulatory breaches came to light in 2015.
French construction broker SFS Europe, which is majority owned by CBL, has placed itself into voluntary liquidation.
Analysis: Has the industry learned its lesson after the collapse of a third unrated insurer in two years?
After three months of solvent run-off, Danish insurer Alpha finally fell over last month. Its collapse sent shockwaves through the market and prompted black cab drivers to besiege the offices of their London broker.
With supply chains entwined through businesses like ivy, disruption risks are climbing. Under-utilised policy wordings and little-known specialist covers haven’t weeded them out
Exclusive: London Black Cab drivers queued outside the offices of their insurance broker for a second day running, as drivers were left scrambling for alternative cover following the collapse of Alpha Insurance.
Exclusive: UK policyholders for Alpha Insurance have been left in limbo following the company being declared bankrupt.
Last year, trade credit insurance payouts hit their highest level in nearly a decade, with claims costs running at the equivalent of £4.3m every week.
Barbican Specialty Re and broker Howden are the latest companies to become embroiled in the fallout of Gable.
More than 60,000 UK policyholders had business with Gable at the time of its collapse, and the UK guarantee scheme has to date paid almost £27m in compensation.
Alpha Insurance has placed itself into solvent liquidation as a “direct consequence” of the failure of CBL Insurance.
The Central Bank of Ireland has ordered CBL Insurance Europe to cease writing business with immediate effect, until further notice.
The collapse of the construction giant Carillion serves as a warning sign that businesses need adequate insurance coverage, says James Dalton, director for general insurance policy at the Association of British Insurers.
The year started with an executive merry-go-round but this week proved that less senior people were also liable to redundancy, as it was revealed that a total of 480 jobs are at risk as a result of the LV/Allianz deal.
The trade credit sector is braced for heavy losses following the collapse of construction giant Carillion.
Exclusive: Brokers withheld premiums from Enterprise’s failed managing general agent in the wake of the insurer’s collapse.
I am most definitely a planner. Being organised usually tops my list of attributes in appraisals and most of my life as a busy working mum is run by lists. In fact the holiday I'm just about to fly off to has been two years in the planning.
The Financial Services Compensation Scheme’s compensation costs totalled £375m in 2016/17 in response to almost 37,000 claims.