Increasing amounts of data and the impact of the pandemic are making it ‘increasingly difficult’ for insurance seekers to obtain cover, adds committee chair
Despite Brits starting to book holidays with more confidence following the lifting of lockdown restrictions last month, a general lack of understanding about the long-term impacts of Covid-19 is “creating great uncertainty in the insurance market”, according to Caroline Barr, chair of the British Insurance Brokers’ Association’s (Biba) access to insurance committee.
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