A round-up of the latest insurance stories online

As the online world develops, and in response to the rapid growth of insurancetimes.co.uk, we’ve introduced some exciting additions to the website.

You may have noticed a number of changes in recent weeks, including the introduction of our new subscriber-only features. This exclusive content is split into six online channels dedicated to various sectors of the market, and will be updated regularly with web-first content, giving our subscribers even more reasons to enjoy the site.

One of the first examples was our piece on insurer NIG, titled: ‘NIG: A victim of 2008-2009 claims farming’. The story hit the right notes with our subscribers and features prominently in this week's top 10.

As always, you can enjoy our up-to-the minute breaking news, regular blogs, special photo galleries and other online content that make insurancetimes.co.uk such a valuable tool.

Top of the pile this week was our breaking news story on RBS Insurance’s latest figures. The bank-owned insurer suffered heavy losses and was the most clicked-on story, but it was closely followed by news about staff resignations at the FSA. Our online exclusives about a team leaving Kerry London and a new managing director at Oval also performed well.

Over on Twitter, our popular account @InsTimesNews reached a major milestone after hitting 700 followers – and it is still growing. Some brokers have also been using social networking to support our Fair Fees campaign. One broker, @insurance_jon, tweeted: “Just signed up to Insurance Times Fair Fees petition. Sign up here and make a difference: bit.ly/buCAYG #fairfees.”

You can also send me a tweet to @InsTimesDanny for any insurance or online-related topics.

Online top 10

Injury claims lose RBSI 253m

Resignations more than double at FSA

Sport & leisure team exits Kerry London

Oval unveils new boss

QBE in executive restructure

NIG: A victim of 2008-2009 claims farming

Gymnast sues for broken neck

Sean Quinns allies ousted

Chaucer takes on Tim Carroll

Groupama combined UK profit up 30%