Insurance Times rounds up the biggest stories of this week 

Here are the biggest stories from Insurance Times this week.

Starting off the week, deputy news editor James Cowen asked experts how insurers can reduce complaints made about them for this month’s Big Question.

The Big Question October 2023: How can insurers reduce complaints made about them?

Then, technology editor Clare Ruel examined the insurtech funding landscape in relation to various demographics.

TechTalk: Lack of VC funding for BAME-led insurtechs deemed ‘unacceptable failure’

On Wednesday, contributor Matt Scott took a look at the solvency positions of insurers across the UK and Gibraltarian insurance markets.

Gibraltarian insurers still reporting lower solvency positions than UK

And the following day, Cowen examined whether ghost broking was being mislabelled.

Is ghost broking being mislabelled?

To round off the week, Ruel spoke to Insurtech UK, which welcomed a new government scheme for AI and digital innovations.

Insurtech UK welcomes new government scheme for AI and digital innovations