The debate surrounding incentives in the handling of household building claims is masking the real problem in the sector, claims Max Dunworth. He explains the real issue is the need to find a better model to fit with the current market upheaval.
Loss adjuster shakes up subsidence team following claims downturn.
Nigel Clarke, executive director at MYI chartered loss adjusters, explores how the captive programme affects approaches to loss and the claims process.
Loss adjusters looking to break into the Chinese market still have to surmount significant obstacles, warns Simon Chick.
Small adjusters to launch own association; QBE keen to acquire in Europe; Axa exits CHO code to establish own model; Only enters into administration; and Groupama restructure is hailed a success
System to keep track of policyholder's alternative accommodation
President Jeffrey Bowman hails capture of Bob Foster.
Wildfires have burned 105,000 acres of Californian land near Los Angeles.
Broker says group revenue growth was significantly benefited by exchange rates
Investigators added to Cunningham Lindsey's major loss team.
The subsidiary will be a sister company to UK adjusting firm Braemar Steege.
Questgates: serviced Swansea.
GI FD Steve Hughes outlined 16 week pilot.
However, CEO Jeffrey Bowman sees "encouraging signs" in business.
While big may no longer be viewed as beautiful, Jeffrey Bowman argues that global businesses can attain unrivalled levels of transparency and compliance. The boss of Crawford & Company tells Mairi MacDonald how his firm is unfazed by today's testing…