Two out of five brokers have never sold a cyber policy, owing to both a lack of confidence and customer reluctance, research found.
More than one in five employees say their employers are stockpiling as a contingency against Brexit-related disruption, with these businesses at risk of being underinsured unless they ensure their cover is brought into line with the value of their…
Exclusive: Businesses that stockpile goods in preparation for potential Brexit-related disruptions are leaving themselves at risk of being underinsured, brokers have warned.
Zego’s partnership with Starling Bank will see it offer public liability insurance for small enterprises through the mobile-only bank’s marketplace, with a view to making other lines available in the future.
The total sum of global underinsurance is $163bn, according to research from Lloyd's.
The rate at which technology is evolving makes it difficult to predict cyber risk pricing, members of the press heard at a conference in Las Vegas.
Brokers should value the many in-depth questions asked by underwriters, writes Cecile Fresneau, executive director of the UK insurance division at QBE Insurance.
Swinton CEO Gilles Normand believes brokers can be the Amazon of the insurance market.
Last year, trade credit insurance payouts hit their highest level in nearly a decade, with claims costs running at the equivalent of £4.3m every week.
Specific terms and technical meanings can be misinterpreted and the difference in language used by insurers and insureds could lead to underinsurance when taking out business interruption cover
There is always something troubling about a disembodied head. More so, when it is Arnie’s head and it is shouting at people at the bus stop.
Underinsurance casts a long shadow across the world of listed properties, especially when owners are constantly expanding commercial activities. Experts warn that there can be many traps for the unwary or naïve, many of which do not come to light until…
The technology that can radically change household insurance has nothing to do with smart home devices, argues Charlotte Halkett, managing director of insurance product at Buzzvault, who bets on video surveys.
Powerful Typhoon Hato cost insurers in Macau nearly $400m (£298m), almost one and a half times the annual gross premium for the small market. Nicky Burridge takes a closer look.
This week saw one of the biggest takeover deals of 2017 while our December issue highlights a year of tech.
Brokers share their views on their relationships with insurers, the impact of technology and their investment priorities, in this exclusive piece of research conducted by Post in association with WPA
Insurers consider the impact of the proposed U-turn on the Ogden rate
The significance of intellectual property risks has not translated into a large demand for IP insurance policies - yet
Claims Club: Brokers tell insurers there is disconnect between internal ambitions and the claims reality
Insurers need to improve internal communication and break down silos to provide brokers and their customers a better service.
Underinsured markets represent a major opportunity for Lloyd’s, the markets chief commercial officer has said.
GI CEO Colm Holmes discusses Aviva UK's 'social purpose' and how it is helping customers defy uncertainty.
Brokers can use wearable technology as a way to enter the high-net-worth and mid-net-worth market, especially its young segment, advises Sarah Willoughby, art and private client development director at Ecclesiastical.
Insurance is the business of helping people in their time of need but as François-Xavier Boisseau, CEO of Ageas Insurance, explains sometimes there are limits to what insurers can do.
Brokers need to stand out in a competitive market and claims service is a way to make a real difference. Being there to advise, intervene – and to turn the heat up if necessary – can mean the world to a grateful client.