Exclusive: Former Allianz Partners UK and Ireland CEO Serge Corel has joined Cuvva as director of partnerships, following the insurtech’s move into travel insurance.
The publication of the hotly-anticipated interim report on the Financial Conduct Authority’s market study of general insurance pricing practices that was expected this summer has been delayed until October.
The industry faces heavy scrutiny from regulators and the government over pricing practices and personal injury reform, all while reeling from the prospect of a looming Brexit. Huw Evans, Association of British Insurers director general, spoke to Jen…
The insurance industry needs to understand the demands of its future customers if it is to satisfy their expectations. EXL’s head of UK and Europe and SVP Insurance, Nigel Edwards explains how smarter insurers will adopt personalisation and a…
The former CEO of Complete Cover Tony Allen has returned to the motor insurance market with a new Markerstudy-backed specialist managing general agent.
Go Compare was criticised this week for an arguably tone-deaf advert in which its singing mascot was involved in a serious car accident.
Allianz has uncovered more than £29.6m worth of fraud in the first half of 2019, an increase of £6.9m compared to the same period last year.
Brightside made a loss before tax of £10.3m for the year ended December 2018, but CEO Brendan McCafferty expressed confidence the business was improving.
Electric car maker Tesla has launched its own insurance offering for drivers of its vehicles in California, with plans to expand to more US states in future.
Rideshare insurtech Inshur has raised an additional $1.5m (£1.2m) from Viola Fintech for its Series A funding round, taking total investment in the startup to date to $9.6m.
The industry saw 1300 insurance scams every day last year at an average cost of £12,000 each, according to numbers released by the Association of British Insurers.
Irish vehicles will not require green cards to drive in the UK in the event of a no-deal Brexit, following a deal struck between the Motor Insurance Bureau of Ireland the British Department for Transport.
As a service-led insurance proposition based on individual driving behaviour, Igo4 CEO Matt Munro explains how telematics presents a wealth of opportunities to add value and tailor propositions to create long-lasting customer relationships built on trust.
In order to solve a problem, we need to accept that it’s there. This principle is common sense – and it certainly applies to insurers’ fight against financial crime, says Dennis Toomey, global head of insurance fraud at BAE Systems.
With 50 years of drink driving campaigns drunk driving is shunned by society, but with technology taking over our lives it might be time for a distracted driving campaign to make using hands-free mobile devices on the move as frowned upon.
Niall Barton has stepped down as CEO of insurtech start-up Wrisk to become executive chairman.
Insurers have welcomed a Parliamentary report calling for tougher restrictions on using hands free mobile devices while driving.
The Association of Consumer Support Organisations has called on the government to match the Financial Conduct Authority in its approach to all types of vulnerable road user.
The Whaley Bridge incident has once again thrown the spotlight on insurers, their disaster plans and capacity issues. Alex Dalyac, founder and CEO, Tractable comments that while feet on the ground will never be totally replaced, the industry could be…
Aviva’s UK general insurance business delivered an operating profit of £172m for the first half of 2019, though the result excludes the £45m expense of strengthening reserves following last month’s discount rate decision.
Hastings share price fell over 8% within the first two hours of trading this morning after it reported a profit after tax of £38.2m (30 June 2018: £72.9m) for the first six months of 2019.
Ageas UK CEO Andy Watson has criticised the government’s handling of the recent discount rate review, saying decisions made by some insurers to release reserves in anticipation of a higher rate were “a reasonable thing to do.”
Ageas UK saw a £27.6m bounce as a result of the discount rate change, offsetting large motor losses for the half.
Specialist motor insurer ERS has reported a profit of £3.1m, a decrease on £5.6m for the same period last year.