The first in a series of case studies taking a look at the complex world of cyber claims with CFC Underwriting’s James Burns
Jason Potter also predicts a “significant spike” in traditional fraud ahead of the implementation date next year
FCA data reveals the frequency, acceptance, and average pay-out for home insurance claims
Can an algorithm make spotting fraudulent claims easier, and by doing so does it complement or eradicate the human element?
Last summer saw more than 10,000 households make subsidence claims
The biggest names in the industry give their predictions for what lies ahead in the next 12 months
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.
Acting DCI Craig Mullish says IFED has been operating “beyond optimal capacity”
According to sources, insurers are having to find new avenues for prosecution as a result
Insurance premiums for males were higher, with the average policy costing £2,294 for a 17-20-year-old in 2018, compared to £1660 for females