The rise of digital applications for insurance policies has brought with it an increasing number of bad policies, with fraudsters turning to aggregators to solicit quotes and submit applications. This case study looks at how esure collaborated with iovation to combat omni-channel fraud.
This case study focuses on how GoCompare.com implemented iovation’s device recognition technology at point-of-quote to identify high-risk traffic, flag third party fraud, block misuse of its website, and increase partners’ confidence in the customers passed to them.
In this end of year review, Simon McGinn takes a look back at the past 12 months, considering various hot topics and issues like Brexit, legislative changes and the ongoing matter of broker market consolidation. This feature also looks at 2019 and beyond.
The rise of the #metoo movement and the abolition of employment tribunal fees could combine to produce a sharp increase in sexual harassment claims in the wake of this year’s round of Christmas parties. This article highlights ARAG’s four point plan to avoid harassment claims arising.
ARAG's news bulletin covers the latest developments impacting the legal expenses insurance field. Topics covered: underwriter failures; compensation culture; clinical negligence premiums; the Civil Liabilities Bill; industrial disease; events and charity fundraising.
What do you buy the high net worth individual who has everything? By highlighting specific examples, ARAG’s Andy Talbot explains why legal expenses insurance tailored to suit the heightened and varied demands of the high net worth market is essential, to ensure such clients are fully covered.
The frequency of U.S. federal and state securities class actions have been increasing markedly in recent years. At the time of writing, there have already been 372 suits filed so far. This article looks at the factors driving the increase and what this means for the D&O landscape.
“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.
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.
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.