In this set of research papers we analyse and predict how global economic forces will shape London Market claims in the UK and Ireland. This third paper looks at our property market and what we’re likely to see in terms of claims trends in a range of areas.
ARAG's bi-annual news bulletin covers the latest developments impacting the legal expenses insurance field. Topics covered: the spike in employment tribunal claims; legislative changes; whiplash reforms; insuring women’s legal futures; latest moves in sales and management; how to make a Will.
Within insurance, one of the recent trends to emerge can be categorised as the development of ‘on demand’ or ‘micro-duration’ insurance. This whitepaper studies how insurers are reacting to changing consumer needs and the impact upon claims management and counter-fraud activities.
Allianz has updated its whitepaper from 2014, providing an overview of driving offences, including drug driving, and the respective sentences, the impact on the driving at work policies, and risk management for those involved in the running of commercial motor fleets.
This report sheds light on how leading commercial building insurers are using innovative IoT solutions to reduce risk, lower premiums and develop collaborative partnerships with their clients.
In this BIBA guide, our second for 2018, we look at how the motor insurance sector is evolving as technological advancements revolutionise vehicles and the roads we drive them on, and what legislation and regulation needs to be adapted or created to handle it.
Vehicle technology has come a long way in the last decade, with devices such as autonomous emergency braking (AEB), dash cams and pedestrian airbags helping transform the UK’s roads. This whitepaper explores these new technologies and their potential impact on the insurance industry.
As companies and IT departments become more sophisticated in recognising scams, thieves are upping the ante. This article sheds light on what social engineering fraud looks like in 2018, prevention strategies in place and what to look for when seeking insurance cover for social engineering theft.
In this blog post, Keith Stonell, Managing director of EMEA at Guidewire looks at how insurers are transforming the industry by investing in predictive analytics and machine learning to improve customer experience, whilst cutting claims handling time and costs, and eliminating fraud.
One occupational disease that is causing particular concern for the HSE is silicosis. In this blog, Andy Miller, technical risk control manager at Allianz explains why silicosis could result in claims if employers don't manage risks correctly and whether a tougher approach might be needed.