UK construction sites are increasingly being targeted by thieves and fraudsters who recognise the financial value of plant and machinery. This article looks at the latest plant theft claims trends and what businesses can do to protect themselves from the various tactics used by criminals.
This In-depth feature studies the impact of advanced driver assistance systems on the cost of motor claims and the number of catastrophic personal injuries, before highlighting how brokers can assist customers during the claims process.
Insurers are facing a number of challenges, forcing them to do more with less. Digital transformation is key but stops at claims payments, however this is set to change. Watch this video to find out how insurers can digitise the end of the claims journey by optimising processes.
The stories that museums tell are narrated by artefacts collected from that period. However, when a fire rips through a museum with devastating results, precious artefacts with unique stories can be lost. This article looks at how organisations can salvage and restore what is left behind.
Like many organisations, insurers are getting a raw deal when it comes to B2B payments. This whitepaper looks at why inefficient B2B payment processes are holding back insurers from achieving profitability and why it’s time for the industry to turn a cost centre into a revenue stream.
In the quest to reduce costs and become more efficient through digital technologies, supplier payments is an area often overlooked within insurance. This guide highlights three reasons why global insurers are choosing Optal to optimise their payment processes and strip out hidden inefficiencies.
“Surge” is the dreaded word on their lips, and with claims already up 400% on last year there are widespread fears that 2018 could be a very bad year for subsidence underwriters. This report sheds light on the factors driving subsidence claims in the UK and how insurers can mitigate the impact.
This guide highlights the five most common types of charity fraud. Read this guide to help your clients identify the main types of fraud their organisation could face and the steps they could take to prevent it.
Today’s construction operations are deeply reliant on technology, yet all of the technology comes with one overarching hazard – the possibility of a cyber breach. This article looks at the risks posed to the construction industry and the steps organisations can take to reduce data breach risks.
In this video, Sara Costantini, director at CRIF Decision Solutions, discusses the topic of fraud in the commercial space with Post commissioning editor Cecile Brisson.