Trade credit insurers can prove their worth by helping their customers mitigate the risks associated with Brexit, writes Richard Reynolds, regional manager at Atradius.
Latest commentary from the industry regarding the Queen's Speech.
A negative discount rate can have negative consequences for claimants, writes Andrew Parker, head of strategic litigation at DAC Beachcroft.
Some are sounding the death knell of the personal injury reforms but Rob Townend, claims director at Aviva Insurance, explains why insurers must be alive to an increasingly aggressive claims management company industry.
The generosity and heroic nature of Londoners came to the fore this week, when after two recent terrorism attacks the city saw the worst fire in recent history. Firefighters were heralded for entering the 24-storey flaming building and the community came…
With some of the most congested roads in Europe and tailgating a major cause of low speed accidents in the UK, Brett Dixon, Association of Personal Injury Lawyers president, urges insurers to join his member in supporting Injury Prevention Day.
The Association of British Insurers has updated the Salvage Code to include the complexity of newer vehicles.
After Prime Minister Theresa lost her overall majority in the general election last week, a softer Brexit is more likely, said Thomas Lake, senior analyst, political risk at BMI Research.
It has been a year of political surprises, starting with Brexit, to Trump’s election and finally to today’s hung parliament.
The Association of British Insurers has urged the industry to ensure its policy positions are “rigorously framed” around the needs of retail and business customers following the election result.
Claimant lawyers need to report dodgy peers to the Solicitors Regulation Authority, urges Andrew Twambley, spokesperson for Access to Justice, arguing current legislation is enough to tackle fraud.
Liberty Specialty Markets denied it had already made a decision over the base of its European Union subsidiary, despite reports it has picked Luxembourg for the base.
In response to the Wanna Cry ransomware attack, the Association of British Insurers has reiterated its calls for an anonymised cyber incident database once the General Data Protection Regulation comes into effect.
The delay in whiplash reform should not be wasted, says Simon Stanfield, chair of the Motor Accident Solicitors Society, urging all parties to grasp the opportunity.
A senior insurtech boss will stand as an independent MP in the next election, as part of a mission to safeguard the economic environment for insurance start-ups.
Before driverless cars take to the road, the public needs to be reassured about their safety and cyber risks need to be mitigated, write Deloitte partners Gurpreet Johal and Nigel Walsh. But once liability is clarified, insurers stand to benefit.
Post content director Jonathan Swift reflects on the Daily Mail coverage of insurers reportedly ripping off loyal customers, and asks if beneath the tabloid headlines there lies a home truth the industry needs to act on?
The Association of British Insurers has suggested changes to the way the personal injury discount rate is set, calling for a dual-rate system for calculating lump sum payments in personal injury claims.
Delegates at the British Insurance Brokers’ Association conference have asked the next government for some stability.
The Lloyd’s Market Association has called for major changes to the way the personal injury discount rate is set.
Anyone who’s followed the fortunes of Towergate will know that it has had something of a mountain to climb in the last couple of years – but Paul Dilley believes the full year results show it's made significant progress and now has the summit firmly in…
The insurance industry and the UK government need to work together on cyber crime and travel risks, former Prime Minister David Cameron said in his keynote address to the British Insurance Brokers’ Association conference.
A synchronised global recovery is an opportunity for reform, not for complacency, argues Guy Miller, chief market strategist and head of macroeconomics, Zurich.
Nigel Farage has criticised Lloyd's of London chairman John Nelson over pre-referendum warnings on the negative impact of Britain withdrawing from the European Union.