The outlook for the UK property market is increasingly grim with falling rates and low confidence levels. But Katie Puckett says that it is not all doom and gloom for property insurers.
New chairman of the City Property Association , Bill Gloyn tells of his plans to bring the worlds of insurance and commercial property closer together and his flood fears for the City.
The combination of tumbling house prices and the squeeze on credit has created a raft of problems for insurers. Katie Puckett explains.
What does the future hold for the property market? Helen Groom asked three experts to gaze into their crystal balls and predict the 12 months ahead.
A year on from the floods, Helen Groom asks insurance insiders to judge the industry’s response to the crisis and outlines the lessons that have been learnt.
It has been the worst quarter for single losses since 9/11, but property rates are still in the doldrums. Andrew Wragg reports.
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