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Cega opens London office

Cega, the independent assistance and claims provider, has opened a new office in London as part of an on-going investment in its market-facing capabilities.

Interview: Alistair Hardie: Getting the message out

Since being named CEO of Cega, Alistair Hardie has been a man on a mission – to take to the rooftops and loudly shout about what the firm can offer customers as part of his bid to grow the business. Post met Hardie eight weeks into his new job to find…

Trust Insurance Campaign: A thirst for knowledge

The Chartered Insurance Institute’s Made Simple campaign is the result of a year spent listening to customers and realising how much uncertainty surrounds insurance – and how much the buying public wants to learn.

Staysure stung with £175,000 ICO fine

Travel insurer Staysure has been fined £175,000 by the Information Commissioner's Office after IT security failings allowed hackers to access customer records.

Computer glitch causes chaos for UK flights

A system failure affecting air traffic control workstations was to blame for disruption to thousands of passengers coming in and out of Britain's biggest airports on Friday, officials told Reuters, as services returned to normal on Saturday.

Ebola virus: Ebola survival guide

The Ebola outbreak has now claimed more than 5000 lives. So how are insurers reacting to the ongoing threat – and what would infection on European soil mean for the industry?

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