Insurers have called for laws on driverless cars to be "as straightforward as possible".
The Association of British Insurers has called for a change to fire safety regulations asking for a clearer framework of responsibility for all those in the protection of buildings from fire.
The UK government has admitted it is aware of the legal challenges posed by a potential loss of passporting rights.
With technology rapidly changing what cars look like, Paul Heybourne, head of innovation operations for Aviva, maps the motoring landscape of the future.
Hit by a negative discount rate, the top 100 UK insurers reported a combined underwriting loss last year. What other challenges has the market faced?
Businesses are opening themselves up to online exposures every single day. What do companies and insurers need to do to bring themselves up to speed with these new risks and incoming regulations affecting this area?
Everest Re has been granted in principle regulatory approval for a Dublin-based subsidiary.
Ogden reform could see fewer shocks from discount rate changes in future, AM Best said.
The UK's Brexit Withdrawal Bill is making its way through parliament but Nigel Teasdale, president of the Forum of Insurance Lawyers and partner at DWF, believes this will make interactions with the European Union even more important for the insurance…
Insurers have joined more than 100 businesses in signing a letter to the Brexit negotiators asking for a transition period of up to three years.
Insurers scored a victory on the discount rate but still have work to do, says James Dalton, director for general insurance policy at the Association of British Insurers.
Chair of the Treasury Committee, Nicky Morgan MP, has written to Chancellor Philip Hammond on the issue of how cross-border insurance contracts will be managed after Brexit.
As Brexit discussions continue, Anthony Baldwin, CEO of AIG Europe and AIG UK, asks if the London Market should be die-hard Brexiteers, cautious optimists, accepting pragmatists or devastated pessimists.
Manchester Underwriting CEO Charles Manchester examines the possible knock-on effects of the Grenfell Tower tragedy on the professional indemnity market.
The insurance industry is not doing enough to protect clients from underinsurance in liability claims as a result of the Ogden discount rate changes, the sector has been warned.
As goverment returns to business, Andy Watson, CEO of Ageas UK, reminds MPs that there are still three major areas of policy affecting insurance that need to be properly addressed before insurers can begin to control and then reduce customer premiums.
Lloyd’s of London chief commercial officer, Vincent Vandendael has slammed low interest rates as "unsustainable".
Many companies have written off the apprenticeship levy that came into force in April as another tax but Lisa Meigh, director of HR and Learning at Covéa Insurance, sees a pot to further future generations of insurance workers.
Hurricane Harvey and Irma both highlight the problem of inadequate flood insurance and need for reform in the United States, Inga Beale has said.
A co-ordination hub for connected autonomous vehicle testing has gained £100m in financial backing from the government's Connected Autonomous Vehicle investment programme in order to develop technology.
Insurers have welcomed government plans to alter the way the discount rate is set in future.
Fire regulations are coming under scrutiny after the Grenfell disaster, says Vikki Watt, health & safety partner at BTO.
The Lloyd’s Market Association has launched a political risk working group to examine regulatory issues affecting banking sector.
Wtih the European Commission looking to mandate 19 vehicle technologies to be fitted as standard, Martin Milliner, director of claims at LV, asks how ready the public and insurers are for advanced driver assistance programmes.