Axa’s UK CEO Tara Foley has said the protection gap is “very real”, while Stella’s founder and CEO Sam White believes the industry is “inherently discriminatory”, even if it does not intend to be.
Axa has reported a 7% increase in its global P&C book thanks to “favourable price effects” throughout all geographies and business lines.
Trade Voice: Jonathan Scarsbrook, president of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers, argues costlier-than-ever car insurance isn’t delivering for consumers.
Data analysis: While comprehensive car insurance premiums increased sharply by 58% (£366) during 2023, Emma Ann Hughes examines how the latest data suggests drivers will not face as big a bumph in the cost of cover this year.
Olivia Baker, head of motor trade at Allianz Commercial, contemplates the Automated Vehicles Bill and what this will mean for motor insurance, and makes the most of flexible working.
The Supreme Court has ruled that insurers are liable to pay for loss of rental income when credit hire vehicles are taken off the road by traffic accidents.
Friday Round-Up: Insurance Post wraps up the major insurance deals, launches, investments and strategic moves of the week.
Clean technology group Altilium has announced a partnership with LV and vehicle salvage supplier Synetiq, aiming to recycle electric vehicle batteries from written-off vehicles.
The Financial Ombudsman Service has confirmed that it has communicated with pet insurers over a string of exclusions-related complaints.
The countdown has started for you to get entries in for the inaugural 2024 British Insurance Technology Awards (BITAs).
The Ministry of Justice has opened a call for evidence into the Whiplash tariff, first introduced in 2021, as part of a statutory review.
The Chartered Insurance Institute’s New Generation Programme Claims group has today published a report calling on the industry to heighten understanding of second-hand trauma.
Zego co-founder and former CEO Harry Franks has stepped away from the insurtech, Insurance Post can reveal.
A House of Lords report on electric vehicles has outlined what the government must do to reach its ambitious EV adoption targets.
Trade Voice: Sue Brown, chair of the Motor Accident Solicitors Society, argues joined up thinking is needed around digitalisation efforts in the UK civil justice sector.
Some electric vehicle motorists are being charged twice for the same charging point cover under their home and car insurance policies, Defaqto has warned.
Drivers have rejected the government’s plans to change the way that MOTs are carried out following a consultation.
News Editor’s View: After the British Insurance Brokers' Association asked personal lines insurers to commit to the broking channel, Scott McGee looks at what has got brokers spooked, and what action needs to happen in order for a fruitful future.
With a significant spike in complaints suggesting the home insurance industry is struggling to keep pace with the number of claims it is receiving, Tom Luckham examines what is behind settlement delays and how providers are managing expectations.
Trade Voice: Pete Allchorne, president of the Forum of Insurance Lawyers and partner at DAC Beachcroft, explores the potential ramifications of this year’s personal injury discount rate review.
After a decade with Ageas UK, its CEO, Ant Middle, speaks to Tom Luckham about the changes he’s witnessed, reflects on 2023, muses on his early dreams of footballing stardom, and shares plans to grow the business in 2024.