As top-flight salaries spiral ever upwards, Premier League football clubs are increasingly looking to insurance to lessen the blow of paying players unable to play or train through injury.
As Post gears up to launch the 2019 Insurtech 100 listing in association with Tallt, Post content director Jonathan Swift highlights six businesses that will hope to be featured in forthcoming rankings
More mudders, netball’s Neville and an eye mask event
Crispin Moger, CEO for Marmalade, is a trained Lawn Tennis Association tennis coach
Personal lines brokers need to juggle competing requirements to achieve success, writes Brightside CEO Brendan McCafferty, explaining how they can get their basics right.
The current insurance model is 'failure' oriented - paying out on something negative happening. Should the industry reconsider this and reward 'success' instead, asks Geoff Knott, a director at Ninety Consulting
Ascending the Alps, relaunching rugby and seven marathons in seven days
Despite the large amounts of money associated with booking and kitting out for winter sports holidays, there will still be skiers and snowboarders heading overseas this winter with inappropriate cover. What are insurers doing to prevent policyholders…
David Roome, development underwriter at NMU Glasgow, officiates as football assistant referee
Allianz will become the worldwide sponsor of the Olympics from 2021.
This year at the football World Cup we heard more female commentators voicing their opinions on the beautiful game than ever before. A woman sat on the Croatian bench at England’s losing semi-final match and many women came out and admitted to not only…
Tough mudders, equal measures and Pride matters
Cycle insurers have mixed feelings about the European proposal to mandate insurance for electric bikes.
This year’s World Cup in Russia has widely been regarded as one of the best ever.
It’s been a week for sore heads, with England crashing out of the World Cup on Wednesday. Fortunately, with the industry keeping us so busy, there hasn’t been much time to ruminate on the pain.
As professional sportspeople complain about their insufficient cover for career-ending injuries, insurers fear a surge in claims from contact sports
The World Cup quarter-finals have been and gone, and now we are down to the last four in the competition. And - great news - England have made it to the semi-finals for the first time since 1990.
Sprintathons and stepping up, Pride parades and football fever
We’ve reached the business end of the tournament. With the group stages a distant memory, we look back at the thrills and spills of the first two weeks of competition.
The World Cup is well and truly underway, and what a way to get started!
One of the highlights of the World Cup so far was watching Portuguese defender Pepe collapse in agony after receiving a pat on the back from Moroccan player Mehdi Benatia. But when you see how much footballers insure their body parts for, it isn’t really…
Lloyd's of London predicts which country will win the 2018 World Cup, based on the insurable value of the 32 football teams that start battling it out this week in Russia.
Dolls house and dinner, endurance and experience
Brexit may raise the prospect of more expensive holidays abroad and longer waits at borders. If fewer European city breaks beckon, could there also be an upside in spending more time in England’s green and pleasant land?