Exclusive: From next year Uber will only accept drivers with insurance policies from one of nine approved providers.
William Balfry, Forum of Insurance Lawyers motor sector focus team member, and senior associate at DWF, grapples with the reality of automated lane keeping systems technology.
Allianz launches recycled parts digital platform; Howden acquires Medical Professional Risk Solutions; and Zurich UK doubles apprenticeship places
Post wraps up the major insurance deals, launches, investments and strategic moves of the week not covered elsewhere on www.postonline.co.uk
Allianz and LV have appointed BLM, DWF and Keoghs to their claims legal panel and are considering joint panels across other areas, Post has learned.
With just over a month to go until the new whiplash portal goes live, Insurance Post recently hosted a webinar to discuss how insurers are preparing for the change.
Andrew Rear, former CEO of Munich Re Digital Partners, is set to join Ticker’s board as a non-executive director.
MS Amlin acquires MGA; Ethos buys 13th hub; insurtech recruits Esure CUO ahead of launch; and PIB bolsters Irish footprint
Buying motor specialist Marmalade addresses Atlanta Group’s weakness in telemetric offerings and provides opportunities for growth across the business, CEO Ian Donaldson told Post.
Six members of a Bristol-based organised crime group who fraudulently used trade motor insurance policies to help traffic drugs have been sentenced to a combined 18 years and eight months in prison.
Unsecured creditors have submitted £27.68m in claims against motor broker and managing general agent Staveley Head Limited, far in excess of the £9.98m on the company’s books when Duff & Phelps were appointed as administrators in February 2020.
The Covid-19 crisis has turbo charged the market to make digital changes in months rather than years but there is still more to be done for brokers to stay relevant, says Brendan McCafferty, CEO of Brightside Group.
There will be no job losses from Markerstudy buying Brightside with the brand and Bristol office being kept, Gary Humphreys, group underwriting director at Markerstudy, told Post.
Fully Comp: Episode 13 - For all the hype, is there tangible evidence UBI, telematics and on-demand motor have seen lift off during the pandemic?
For the thirteenth episode of Post’s video series Fully Comp we gathered a group of experts together to consider if the Covid-19 pandemic has had any impact on the consumption of non-traditional annual motor insurance products.
Having worked at RSA for more than two decades, commercial managing director Rob Gibbs has certainly seen his fair share of the business, both in the UK and overseas. He speaks to Jonathan Swift about his latest challenge, navigating a newly combined…
The British government is planning to avoid the European Union’s controversial Vnuk law, which requires compulsory insurance for vehicles including golf buggies and mobility scooters even on private land.
Fitch Ratings has a worsening outlook for the UK non-life company sector, Graham Coutts, senior director, head of EMEA reinsurance has confirmed with market combined ratios for motor and home likely to be above 100% in 2021.
Broker-only motor insurer ERS has the chance to make its mark in the commercial sector but will need to recruit well and target niche larger risks.
For the Record: Aviva rationalises office space, RSA deal gets greenlight, Miller enters HNW and Corant Global is born
Post wraps up the major insurance deals, launches, investments and strategic moves of the week.
Blog: Whiplash portal may never live up to expectations but still time to prevent government IT disaster
The government needs to use the short delay to the Civil Liability Act wisely, says Matthew Maxwell Scott, executive director of the Association of Consumer Support Organisations.
From trade tariffs on parts and whiplash reform, through to fraud, automatic lane keeping technology and connected vehicles, there is plenty for insurers to keep an eye on this year, says Jon Dye, director of motor at QBE.
Perhaps the only surprise about today’s delay to part one of the Civil Liability Act (2018) whiplash reforms is that they are only being put back one month.
Whiplash reforms have been pushed back to May, Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice Robert Buckland confirmed today.
Brightside’s decision to put car and van managing general agent Kitsune into run-off has reinforced the need for volume and specialism, according to experts who warned that entering the market now would not be for the faint-hearted.
Welcome to episode seven of Fully Comp, Post’s video series tackling some of the biggest issues in insurance.