When it comes to working with a third-party administrator for property claims, how far should an insurer go? This spotlight focuses on the options available to insurers and some key factors to consider when selecting the right TPA partner.
Schemes have the potential to be a fantastic opportunity for brokers, however this outsourced world of insurers and brokers working together has strict regulation and compliance requirements. This article focuses on how brokers and insurers can navigate the complex world of scheme compliance.
Increasing globalisation, Brexit and the prospect of new UK/US trade deals are growing incentives for trade with the US. This article explores the important risk, insurance and compliance considerations companies need to make before taking the plunge.
Insurance Post in association with Davies Group recently surveyed over 100 UK brokers to uncover how important claims are viewed within their businesses. This whitepaper sheds light on the research findings and highlights how brokers are playing a more proactive role in the claims process.
Most insurance organisations have more than 300 unique business processes and up to 900 unique activities. This three page article looks at how various organisations can use BRMS to automate decision making and highlights four specific advantages relevant to insurers.
In an innovation-based economy, it may come as no surprise that intangible assets now comprise up to 90% of a business’s value. But what does this mean for the insurers who cover and service these companies? FM Global looks at the challenges involved from a property loss perspective.
Adding risk management services to their offering could help brokers differentiate themselves from their competitors. Our expert panel discuss outsourcing, regulation and how insurers can help. Download this article for a summary of the roundtable discussion.
Hammering down loss adjusters on fees proved a false economy for insurers as falling service standards merely wreaked more havoc on the industry’s reputation. But sense has prevailed and the two sectors are showing signs of a welcome reconciliation. Download Post's article to find out more.