John Lewis' home insurance advert has caused a storm but the real eyesore is the reaction to it, argues Post news editor Jen Frost.
The Insurance Task Force, as part of The Prince of Wales’ Sustainable Markets Initiative, has published a Sustainable Products and Services Showcase detailing the wide-ranging insurance support that is empowering customers to develop, invest in and scale…
Motor insurance sees biggest drop for seven years; Apollo gets new investment; Axa sets aside €1.5bn to fight deforestation; Nexus refinances; and Radius acquires Milestone
Post wraps up the major insurance deals, launches and investments of the week
Lee Nicholls, technical product manager at CoreLogic, shines the spotlight on how technology is fostering greater resilience across the supply chain in the face of the current challenges for the construction sector
Sabre has said it may be 'disproportionately' affected by a backlog of driving tests and delays in new car registrations.
Das UK has appointed Tony Coram as CEO replacing Andrew Burke who is stepping down at the end of the year.
Following Aviva’s triple victory at the British Insurance Awards, Post caught up with the insurer to discuss its success.
The administrators of Gibraltar insurer Prometheus, formerly Tradewise Insurance Company, are engaged in discussions over disputed commission clawbacks.
The Motor Insurers’ Bureau is to recommence legal action against the government over inaction on 'unnecessary' Vnuk costs.
Rising rates and an influx of business previously written at Lloyd’s mean the London company market’s premium income has never been higher, even as it continues to bleed European premium in the wake of Brexit.
Having moved away from the 2020 parlance of ‘unprecedented’, there is a phrase that seems to be creeping into our everyday language – normalisation, whatever that is, says Adam Beckett, chief distribution officer at Ageas UK.
The insurance industry has not 'developed well' in tackling cyber risk, Chubb CEO and chair Evan Greenberg has told conference delegates.
Chubb CEO and chair Evan Greenberg has maintained that it is 'hype' that insurtechs are changing the foundational elements of insurance.
With warehouses increasingly deploying robots to help with the demand for next day delivery, Post investigates what challenges automation in warehouses poses for insurers.
ABI reports fraud at lowest level since 2007; Axa relaunches British Gas cover; Getsafe extends Series B; and Lockton acquires
Post wraps up the major insurance deals, launches and investments of the week.
Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak has backed a review of reforms to the appointed representatives regime in his response to a committee of MPs looking at Greensill Capital’s collapse.
Xamira Groves has joined Chaucer from Axa XL as head of insurance.
Direct Line Group has recruited Ash Jokhoo as chief information officer joining from Virgin Atlantic where he was chief data and information officer.
Insurers have queried signposting missteps around the whiplash portal as Post can reveal there is no advertising budget to raise awareness.
Howden-backed Parhelion has appointed industry veteran and founding member of Ark Syndicate Management David Foreman as chair.
Sian Fisher had considerable success modernising the Chartered Insurance Institute during her time as CEO and the next leader needs to build on the foundations she has created, according to a range of insurance experts.
After 41 years with the provider, managing director of underwriting and technical services David Williams is leaving Axa UK at the end of December. He spoke with Post about the timing of his departure, what comes next and reflected on his time in the…
The fine art market is in resurgence after a bleak 18 months and the bumper calendar of blockbuster shows will enable Lloyd’s to show its unique value, says Hiscox UK line underwriter for art and private clients Andrew Mitchell.
The launch of the whiplash portal has made it more difficult for firms to make money handling small claims, leading to firms reassessing their models. Post investigates what the sector will look like in a post reform world.