Motor

Interview: Jon Dye - Making it work

With a stated aim of reaching £1bn by 2013, Jon Dye talks to Jonathan Swift about why a recent downturn in Allianz Retail's GWP masks a lot of progress towards that goal.

Stakeholders join forces

Stakeholders including the Association of British Insurers and the Trades Union Congress have joined forces to raise awareness about the upcoming reforms to the way low cost road accident personal injury claims are handled.

LV sets target of £250m

LV is set to offer its fleet motor products to brokers via its branch network by April in a bid to hit £250m worth of commercial business by 2012.

Folding plug wins Brit design award

British student, Min-Kyu Choi from London, has won the Brit insurance design of the year 2010, for his reinterpretation of the plug, beating over 90 international nominees in the process.

Former Autofocus employee handed suspended sentence

Accident Exchange has landed the latest blow in its legal battle with Autofocus after a former employee of the credit hire reporting company - Helen Whyshall - was handed a suspended 28 day prison sentence for contempt of court.

IAM extends motor offer to 19 year olds

The Institute of Advanced Motorists surety insurance offered to its members via Adelaide Insurance, is to be made available to IAM advanced drivers aged 19 or over driving a low-grouped car.

Allianz sees GI go backwards in Germany

Premium income in property and casualty insurance slipped 1.2 percent, to EUR 9.2bn (EUR 9.3 bn), with prices under pressure all across the market, especially in motor insurance.

Allianz sees GI go backwards in Germany

Premium income in property and casualty insurance slipped 1.2 percent, to EUR 9.2bn (EUR 9.3 bn), with prices under pressure all across the market, especially in motor insurance.

LV to recruit another 75 staff

LV's new 24-hour call centre for motor insurance customers in Hudddersfield may be expanded to household during 2010. The insurer hopes to create up to 75 jobs over the next 18 months following the opening.

Broker Technology - Motor: Making IT accurate

The British Insurance Brokers' Association is urging its members to sign up to DVLA vehicle registration validation technology. Stephanie Denton looks at why 80% of regional brokers don't use it.

Allianz ups motor rates by 24% in 2009

Allianz's UK profit rose 5.2% to £203.7m in 2009 despite a 5.4% fall in gross written premium in its retail division to £579.9m as a result of corrective action on private motor rates, which increased by almost a quarter.

Admiral: no sacred cows

Admiral has admitted there are "no sacred cows" among its burgeoning international operation, but that it remains committed to the loss making insurance businesses for now.

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