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.
The scope of the risks that directors are facing means that take up of D&O policies has increased significantly over the last 20 years. This article focuses on the D&O risks facing SMEs and why educating smaller businesses holds the key to increasing D&O coverage, whilst reducing underinsurance.
With squatting in commercial buildings on the rise, property owners need a robust approach to risk management to safeguard against potentially costly court fees and business interruption. This article provides risk management tips to commercial property owners and highlights key issues to consider.
Since the referendum on 23 June 2016, there has been a lot of uncertainty, but for the UK's insurance industry the shockwaves are likely to be felt for some time. In this whitepaper, Neil Clutterbuck, CUO at Allianz, considers the impact of Brexit upon the insurance industry.
Great strides have been made in the last decade to reduce the amount of harmful greenhouse gases our vehicles expel into Earth’s atmosphere. This report studies what the future of fuel might look like and the implications for insurance.
The construction sector is predicted to enjoy a period of sustained growth until at least 2020. This, the first in our two part whitepaper series on construction, assesses the market outlook and issues for the sector from skills shortages and Brexit, to changes in construction technology.
115m tonnes of freight were handled in the first quarter of 2017, and this figure only looks to rise as container ships get bigger, better and faster.
This guide discusses how InsurTech can assist brokers in better understanding and connecting with their customers whilst considering the implications of increasing data protection laws.
The application of smart technology in the home marks a significant change for the household insurance market. This article highlights the opportunities available for insurers to leverage data collected by smart devices to prevent accidents, enhance fraud detection and help validate claims remotely.
A lot can change in two years, so we've taken a look back at our directors and officers white paper (originally published in May 2015) and amended it to reflect the altered legislative landscape companies are now working in.
Six months into 2017, what have been the highs and lows for the insurance industry – and what does the rest of the year have in store? This half year review focuses on the key developments set to disrupt the insurance landscape as we know it.