With e-cigarette use on the rise in the UK are the risks associated with these products a pressing issue for the general insurance industry?
Independent midwives have agreed a commercial professional indemnity insurance arrangement allowing them to continue practising under new EU legislation.
Rapid advances in technology have revolutionised the way financial services companies interact with their customers.
With the use of nanotechnology increasing exponentially – up from 54 consumer products in 2005 to 1628 today — is this a positive advancement for insurers?
Chase Templeton finance director Jeff Tate has taken on the new role of mergers and acquisitions director.
Demand for private health insurance in Asia has never been greater according to Andrew Apps, a director at international health insurer ALC Health.
Hong Kong-based reinsurer expands by gaining a life license and building a new team.
82 000 Vietnamese die from cancer each year with a further 116 000 contracting the disease.
Markel has developed a biomedical and life sciences combined policy including cover for property damage and business interruption.
Welcoming the FCA’s hands-on approach to regulation as a boon to his firm’s ambitions, Global Risk Partners CEO David Margrett tells Post why he has such confidence in his consolidation goals
E-cigarettes and cosmetic surgery are among a new wave of anticipated emerging claims, according to law firm Hill Dickinson.
Back in broking action as CEO of Howden, Adrian Colosso makes it clear he thrives on proving people wrong – and tells Post why you shouldn’t call his firm a ‘mini Gallagher’
Private medical insurance specialist intermediary Chase Templeton has completed its second acquisition within a week with the purchase of specialist Glasgow intermediary Chartered Life.
Absence, injury and risk management provider Corpore has been appointed by Telefónica UK to provide occupational health services across their UK operations.
Chase Templeton has acquired Ealing-based SJS Healthcare Associates in a deal adding £2m annual premium income to its books.
The Competition and Markets Authority’s final report to revive the private healthcare market has today set out a series of legally binding actions to help promote competition among private hospitals and doctors.
Commercial director hoping for third time lucky after Colosso and McManus exits
Health and safety gets a bad rap at times, and when it does so the focus is nearly always on the safety half of the equation and its regulations.
Pay-outs for insurers’ personal injury claims are being inflated due to blanket policies requiring two carers being present to manually move a patient rather than one, according to a new report.
Howden chief executive Adrian Colosso will form part of a British Insurance Brokers’ Association advisory board that is being set up to replace the London market region committee.
Insurers’ share prices plummet following Chancellor’s annuity vow.
Health insurer BHSF has been handed an award for corporate commitment to its community for the second year running.
Bupa posted an 8% increase in revenues to £9.1bn in 2013, driven by both organic performance and acquisitions.