- Markets & Risks
The very rich expect a silver service from their insurance cover and will pay for the privilege. What's key is to recognise the importance of being tactful and discreet, knowing a van Eyck from a van Dyck, and being ready for that vital call, just in case one’s donkey has ...
It seems that crooks are busier than ever, especially when cars are involved. From car key theft to ‘crash for cash’ rackets and so-called ghost brokers, it is always the insurance industry that suffers. Insurance Times looks at the latest trends and how companies are fighting back
Is it still grim up North? Or are we seeing more struggling down South? Affecting all regions in the UK, this recession has hit like none before it, dispelling the traditional view of a North-South divide. But if the impact of the financial meltdown has been UK-wide, will the recovery ...
There are some claims that sound so unbelievable, you just have to take a closer look. We open the file on the claims to remember
- People & Opinion
Two years ago, Michael Bright was sentenced to seven years in prison for his part in the collapse of Independent Insurance back in 2001. Ex-Indy staff have since cropped up at every major insurer and broker in the UK. In the first of a monthly series, we ask: where are ...