Seven out of 10 small to medium enterprises expect their revenues to shrink or stay the same in 2017.
Swiss global giant Zurich is reorganising its commercial business in Asia-Pacific, headquartered in Hong Kong, following the worldwide decision to integrate its global corporate and commercial divisions.
To celebrate the return of the Post Digital Insurance Collective, I thought I would take another of my periodic looks at some of the newer start-ups in the insurtech space with some connection to the UK.
Two large AIG wholly owned general insurers in Japan will complete their proposed merger, first announced in 2013, by the end of the year.
Insurers must promote terrorism insurance to small and medium size enterprises and those outside of London, according to the latest threat report from Pool Re.
Dissatisfaction over clarity during the claims process has been highlighted by the recent Financial Conduct Authority review. What can the industry do to make the system work better?
Only four out of 10 small to medium enterprises rank scope of cover as the top deciding factor when buying insurance.
Hiscox has launched a new security incident response policy to protect SMEs against terrorism, bribery, extortion and industrial espionage.
Tailored insurance for new professions, cyber policies for SMEs, and the FCA’s consultation on the Financial Services Compensation Scheme are three key trends expected to influence the insurance market over 2017.
Following Barbican Protect's, decision to launch a marine insurance division targeted towards the UKs SME market, Sarah Joiner has been appointed as marine underwriter.
Many small and medium-sized enterprises are not sufficiently protected against the risks they are most concerned about - and brokers can help fix that.
Over half of UK SMEs think the government is not doing enough to help businesses grow, with seven out of 10 expecting their revenues to fall or stand still in 2017.
More than six out of 10 brokers do not see Brexit as a threat, research has revealed.
Van insurance is often purchased by sole traders in the same way as household insurance but data in this sector lags behind the rest of the personal lines sector. What can the sector do to catch up?
Insurance brokers have been given a seat on an advisory panel put together by The Cabinet Office under plans to boost government spending with SMEs.
The UK small and medium-sized enterprises insurance market has continued to grow in light of a growing economy which has facilitated an increase in the number of enterprises and the opportunity to sell commercial insurance.
Small and medium size enterprises will be hit hardest in the event of a terrorist attack in the UK, according to Pool Re’s Quarterly Threat Report.
RSA has opened a new commercial trading site in Birmingham, following the closure of its former office in the city earlier this year.
Having recently moved from the outskirts of London to Somerset to increase my rebellious teenage son's chances of staying at school, I now understand why Londoners might be considered slightly arrogant.
With more than five million SMEs in the UK and a recent warning that up to 40% of these may be underinsured, it is time for the insurance industry to step up and start tackling this rising problem.
With 5.4 million SMEs in the UK, more can be done to enhance the claims service they receive
Has anything changed in the SME sector since the FCA’s thematic review? And if not, why not?
For Post’s third research project of 2016, Michèle Bacchus asks Lloyd’s and London Market players for their views on globalisation, diversity and the future of the market.
The insurance industry has reached a critical moment: either we evolve and innovate to keep up with the pace of technological and social change, or we risk losing our relevance to clients.