This article looks at how insurers can assist intermediaries with recruiting and training potential future leaders, and what the industry is doing to support smaller brokers that are looking to exit and need M&A guidance.
ARAG is thrilled to be supporting the upcoming UK Women in Insurance Summit that is being hosted in Canary Wharf, and looking forward to the fascinating line-up of speakers and panel discussions. Read this blog to find out more.
There is always plenty of guidance for consumers, at this time of the year in the run up to Black Friday, but businesses are equally vulnerable to the same scams and really need to think about their own promotions. This blog shares some top tips to help SMEs avoid a ‘Bleak Friday’.
Every year, around this time in November, news pages, inboxes and search results are dominated by the words ‘Black Friday’. This content highlights three key areas that could expose SME businesses to serious legal and commercial risks.
HSB commissioned a survey of workers to understand the opportunities and challenges arising from modern working practices in relation to computer insurance. Designed for brokers, this report highlights the implications for UK businesses and the crucial role brokers can play in supporting clients.
Businesses are defined by how they respond to crises and brokers are defined by their ability to assist businesses when crises occur. This content focuses on what the future of insurance looks like and how brokers can use data and technology to identify new growth opportunities within the SME space.
The ability to engage, assess, advise on risk and price accurately is vital in today’s commercial insurance market. Based on the results of a recent Commercial Insurance Risk Survey, this content highlights how insurers and brokers can create a smoother journey for onboarding commercial clients.
Hybrid, home and flexible working has become the norm for many employees. For employers these new ways of working introduce a whole new set of risks. This article explores how the insurance industry is adapting employers’ liability insurance to reflect the risks associated with new ways of working.
How can brokers and insurers educate commercial customers about the risks they’re exposed to? In the second instalment of the research series by Insurance Post and CRIF, this content explores how education, engagement and technology converge to shape a resilient future for commercial insurance.
Insurance Post, in partnership with CRIF, conducted a survey to explore the risks associated with the commercial insurance sector. This article delves into the evolving business risk landscape, the challenges faced during client onboarding, and how to comprehensively assess a client’s risks profile.