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Insurer for Notre-Dame contractors and artefacts revealed

An investigation into the cause of the fire is ongoing and potential liabilities are unknown at this stage

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MoJ considering enhancing MedCo's remit as part of whiplash reforms

The MoJ published an update to its whiplash reforms plan this morning, and is seeking consultation

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FCA to force regular reporting of value measures data by 2021

The regulator published its business plan for general insurance this morning

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Insurer obsession with claims tables could disrupt fraud battle - Horwich Farrelly

The law firm thinks insurers could get caught up with their claims rates, thus stopping them from properly interrupting fraud

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Price fluctuations expected after minor drop in Q1 motor premiums – Confused price index

The findings contrast with a £100 drop in motor premiums found by Comparethemarket

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Biba adopts insurtech to tackle escape of water claims

In January Biba made a commitment to help its members make use of developments in insurtech

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Lemonade receives $300m in funding to accelerate expansion

The insurtech announced its plans to expand outside the US last November

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ABI addresses salvage loopholes linked to vehicle thefts

The ABI’s James Dalton urges the salvage trade body to tighten security surrounding the salvage chain

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Fraud Charter: Prevention is always better than cure

Educating consumers to stop seeing insurance as a grudge purchase would go some way to cutting fraud. But so too might be pointing out the consequences of a conviction

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Briefing: Who are the other players suffering like Saga on renewals?

There surely has to be other players who have an older book that needs an overhaul 

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How bots and automation could offer greater efficiency for claims handlers

The amount of data to process has always been a problem for insurers. Could AXA’s Harry, Bert and Lenny be the answer?

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