The idea resulted from last year’s Biba hackathon challenge
The Environment Agency has launched a long-term strategy to tackle flooding and coastal change
Lawyers and MPs have called for the ban of McKenzie Friends and the charging for their advice. Are they right?
Long seen as the brokers’ friend, the insurer says it has no plan to change that – and is hungrier than ever to do business with its core market
Educating consumers to stop seeing insurance as a grudge purchase would go some way to cutting fraud. But so too might be pointing out the consequences of a conviction
With the Insurance Times eTrading Survey still open until Friday 12 April, we ask the experts what they think lies ahead for the world of eTrading
With some customers being charged up to 63% extra to pay motor insurance premiums by instalments, commissions being levied by brokers are coming under the spotlight
The insurance industry is coming under increasing pressure over dual-pricing. Will it ever be able to eliminate it?
An Insurance Times commissioned survey has revealed an appetite for knowledge of an insurer’s claims data
The ABI warned that failure to agree a deal would only add further uncertainty to both the insurance industry and its customers
Law firm Browne Jacobson has seen an increase in the number of cases where brokers are accused of mis-selling, or even not selling, cyber insurance
The association representing claimant law firms has responded to a government consultation on the Civil Liability Act, calling for further reporting requirements and at an earlier date
The companies feature on a list of 21 failed financial firms
CII analysed data for the companies made up of insurers, intermediaries, loss adjusters, financial advisers and other related organisations to highlight trends