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Should UK insurers brace for more strong tornadoes?

After homes in Manchester were torn apart by Storm Gerrit, Tegwen Gabb, senior weather and climate analyst at Eurotempest, examines whether tornadoes could become increasingly frequent in the UK and the consequences for the insurance industry.

Big Interview: Sedgwick CEO Paul White

Paul White, regional CEO for international of Sedgwick, shares how loss adjusting and claims management will always be at the heart of what the business does but in order to grow the organisation it is branching out into new areas.

Most-read insurance stories in 2023 revealed

Like Cher, Insurance Post is turning back time to remember the industry Consumer Duty’s efforts, business interruption cases continuing to rumble on, developments at Direct Line, RSA’s personal lines exit, plus the other major insurance events of the…

Insurers’ Review of the Year 2023

While 2023 will be remembered as a difficult year for insurers due to consolidation, capacity restrictions plus new regulatory rules, providers still have high hopes for 2024.

Claims and Legal Review of the Year 2023

Looking back at 2023, law firms and claims professionals reflect on how double digit inflation hit the sector and look forward to artificial intelligence speeding-up administration in 2024.

Q&A: Will McAllister, Guidewire

Will McAllister, senior vice president and managing director of EMEA at Guidewire, shares the software provider’s plan to do more business in the UK plus how insurers can now launch new products in a few hours.

Big Interview: Swiss Re CEO Jason Richards

Jason Richards, CEO of Swiss Re in the UK and Ireland, on why having colleagues back in the office is essential for the insurance ecosystem, and why carriers needs to shout about what the industry does to attract fresh talent.

Q&A: Martin Langhorst, Davies

Martin Langhorst, new major loss director at Davies, reflects on returning to the business after a decade away, and shares his plans for ensuring that his division is the best in the market.

Diary of an Insurer: Brawdia’s James Goodlet

James Goodlet, building surveyor at Brawdia, is in Auckland to assist with the ongoing response to February’s cyclone damage and tries to explore all different manners of local cuisine and eateries.

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