As Gefion handles its solvency ratio getting reduced to 86%, Insurance Times analyses its UK market exposure
Will the Ogden Rate have a positive or negative effect on premiums, the industry debates both possibilities
How will the FCA solve the problem of unethical property commissions? is disclosure the answer?
FCA annual report reveals the tactics the regulator uses on misbehaving general insurance professionals
Premium finance providers cautiously accepting new Gefion policies as brokers seek replacement Premium Credit deals
Unrated insurers keep hitting the headlines, Insurance Times digs deeper into why brokers use them
What warnings can the insurance industry heed from the ”record” fine levied against BA for its data breach?
Amanda Blanc left Zurich earlier this week and as a result of her resignation she is to step down as chair of the ABI
The FCA is calling for all brokers, insurers, MGAs, administrators and service providers to revise how they sell these products
So far, 12 insurers have set up an office in the country amid Brexit fears
Proposals - which are out for consultation until September - drew criticism from the ABI
Personal injury lawyers say the change to -0.25% ensures injured people receive a fair amount of compensation
Unrated Gefion must raise capital to restore its solvency ratio and allow it to start expanding again, as regulator inspection finds significant issues in the company’s management system