Allianz Insurance is one of the largest general insurers in the UK and part of the Allianz SE Group, one of the leading integrated financial services providers worldwide and the largest property and casualty insurer in the world.
Allianz offers commercial insurance with a full range of products for sole traders' right up to large commercial organisations. Allianz also provides a wide range of personal lines products distributed through brokers, retailers, affinity partners, veterinary practices and direct marketing.
The mission of Allianz Insurance is to be the outstanding competitor in our chosen markets by delivering products; and services that our clients recommend, being a great company to work for and achieving the best combination of profit and growth. We aim to achieve this by putting the customer at the heart of everything we do.
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.
In this video, David Martin, director of SME and corporate partnerships at Allianz implores brokers to tackle the problem of underinsurance among SMEs. Martin urges the market to work together to help the industry move forward, protect its reputation and improve service delivery for customers.
A year on from our feature, 'The future of fuel', which focused on electricity, we're going on a return trip to look at a few alternative solutions: hydrogen, biofuel and solar power. This guide highlights why insurers need to be prepared to accommodate whichever solutions become the prime choices.
Renewable energy sources are becoming more widely used within the UK and so there's a need to address what insurance is required for the installations. In this white paper, we evaluate four types of renewable power and peer into what might lie in the future for renewable energy generation.
Smart building technology is transforming the way businesses operate, with sensors and trackers able to monitor everything from an escape of water to how employees move around the workspace. This article looks at how new innovations are making workplaces safer whilst changing the risk landscape.
More and more, e-trading is the preferred way insurance is transacted for brokers. It’s revolutionary, yet an everyday essential tool, and often taken for granted. This white paper explores the rise of e-trading, its impact on the industry and offers expert insight on what the future holds.
In this BIBA guide, our third for 2018, we look at what needs to be kept in mind when developing security measures to defend a business's assets against both new and traditional threats, using tried-and-tested methods in combination with emerging technology.
There are 2.5m electric vehicles currently on roads around the world, and this figure is expected to rise to between 40m and 70m by 2025. For that prediction to come true, however, battery technology needs to undergo a revamp. Download this article to find out what this could mean for insurance.
As we enter the second half of 2018, Neil Clutterbuck, Allianz chief underwriting officer, takes stock of some key industry topics and considers how these may develop. Topics covered: the Civil Liability Bill; Hackitt report; terrorism; broker market consolidation; ABI pricing principles and Brexit.
This report brings together the findings from research conducted by Allianz Insurance plc, identifying the biggest challenges and threats that UK SMEs are currently contending with, and provides guidance to brokers on how they can help SMEs mitigate risks.