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Analysis: Tackling the Covid-19 business interruption surge

Insurers have paid out final settlements or interim payments on more than 20,000 business interruption claims related to the Supreme Court's January verdict, with Financial Conduct Authority figures and broker testimony suggesting that payout processing…

Q&A: Bobby Gracey and Simon Cook, Charles Taylor

Charles Taylor global head of fraud Bobby Gracey and head of specialist investigation services Simon Cook spoke to Post about the new division, the effect of Covid-19 on fraud, and discouraging fraudulent behaviour.

Q&A: Stephen Smout, McLarens

Stephen Smout, head of McLarens’ UK and Ireland agriculture practice, discusses the regulatory and technological factors that have brought British farming to a crossroads, and the role the insurance sector could play supporting farmers going forwards.

Blog: Behind the scenes of lottery risk

Following Italy's scratch card lotto 'hack' scandal, which reportedly saw staff pocket millions for friends and family, Questgates' Hyperion Adjusters director Andrew Pinnion peels back the curtain on lottery risk.

Blog: Aviation – gearing up for recovery

As airports and airlines turn their attentions towards restoring normal operations, they face some novel challenges, considers John Bayley, regional director for Europe & Russia at McLarens Aviation.

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