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In this month’s edition: Brokers risk E&O claims following homeworking struggle, award winners crowned at this year’s in-person Tech and Innovation Awards and Insurance Times Awards, opportunity arises around employers’ liability cover for MPs and Matt Munro reveals IGO4’s focus for 2022.
In this month’s edition: Parametric policies seek to plug protection gaps, Insurance DataLab reviews property insurers’ bottom lines, SchemeServe data shows the most profitable broker schemes and Freedom Services Group’s Sam White talks about the challenges faced by female leaders
In this month’s edition: Broker admin fees and double charging comes under scrutiny following the FCA’s pricing reform, Insurance DataLab compares the UK and Gibraltar insurance markets, space tourism cover takes off and Aviva’s Gareth Hemming outlines his future plans
In this month’s edition: Insurance DataLab looks at Lloyd’s MGA underwriting losses, Aki Hussain unveils his priorities ahead of taking the top spot at Hiscox and industry commentators discuss whether the sector is fully prepared for the FCA’s incoming pricing changes
In this month’s edition: The pandemic-related drive for digital leads to insurtech unicorn boom, Insurance DataLab reveals rankings for insurers’ and brokers’ customer service, Luigi Maggio takes on new focus at McCarron Coates and Scott Egan flags RSA strategy post-takeover
In this month’s edition: Insurance DataLab ranks the top five insurers on performance, price walking measures overshadow fair value impact on SME cover and Google unveils its intentions for the insurance market
In this month’s edition: Aventum Group and Ageas reveal their new business structures and strategies, exclusive data from SchemeServe shows the most profitable schemes for brokers and the industry calls on the government to collaborate on live event cover.
In this month’s edition: Brokers feel frustration at rising FSCS levy costs, GRP’s Mike Bruce shares his strategy for growth and personal injury commentators explore the operational challenges and unintended consequences of the new whiplash claims portal
How will the FCA’s test case impact policy wordings beyond business interruption cover, employment liability claims are set to skyrocket due to Covid drivers and A-Plan chief executive Cark Shuker shares the story behind the broker’s deal with Howden Group
In this month’s edition: The FCA takes a deep dive into data analytics to keep a closer eye on regulated firms, Gallagher’s Michael Rea reveals the firm’s thought process behind its recent Bollington buy and SRG group chief executive Warren Downey shares how he entered the world of broking and what the industry means to him
In this month’s edition: Northern brokers share their experiences of insurers’ services during the regional lockdown regime, exclusive data reveals which broker schemes have been the most profitable in 2020 and cladding is once again flagged as a key concern as more latent defects insurers fall into administration
In this month’s edition: Industry experts share their views on whether digital retail giant Amazon will enter the insurance market, a ruling by the Court of Appeal could mean that insurers will need to increase their reserving for large personal injury claims and aggregator sites could be the ones to lose out following the FCA’s pricing practices report.
In this month’s edition: Brokers flag concerns around MGA capacity in a hardening market, personal lines brokers could see their income hit due to the FCA’s proposals around premium finance announced in its pricing practices report and the Covid-19-related recession may pose problems for solicitors’ professional indemnity insurance.
In this month’s edition: Insurer signals schemes as the culprit for Covid-19 business interruption payouts, data exfiltration boosts ransomware risks with reputational threats and the insurance industry has been left to shoulder the increased risk in the Grenfell fire aftermath.
In this month’s edition: Broker professional indemnity could become uninsurable due to Covid BI claim concerns, high net worth capacity enjoys buoyancy despite current climate and an insurance collective aims to start an initiative that goes beyond plans for a Pandemic Re.
Game on: As Premier League is set for kick off a plethora of insurance concerns remain, why Pandemic Re is vital to mitigate Covid-19 and which industry chief exec gets paid the highest