The FCA report into why Liberty was slapped with a £5.3m fine today details how over 14,000 customers were unfairly treated
Danish insurer enjoys major growth due to UK and stresses strong reinsurance means it has a solid risk structure
Collaboration is the key to tackling fraud - from keeping track of and tackling emerging fraud trends, to reminding consumers of the long-lasting and serious consequences.
Insurers are being too optimistic in reaping the benefits of claims reforms
Many shopkeepers, unable to return to premises because of dangerous state of the iconic Glasgow School of Art building find they are not covered
The beginning of an “evolution” in how claims are handled is starting now, according to WTW’s Tom Helm
Whiplash claims have fallen two years in a row. Meanwhile the government is pushing through new legislation to curb claims
Why has escape of water suddenly become such a big issue for the insurance industry?
Home and motor pose the biggest problems in personal lines for insurers. What are they doing about it?
After an investigation by IFED and LV=, the fraud duo pleaded guilty and were given suspended sentences
Recent weather conditions have hiked the amount of subsidence claims
RSA will continue to underwrite the products, with the new partner providing claims and solicitor management services
Aviva launched a new subscription-based insurance product to address price disparity across home and motor last week