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Insurers should brace themselves for the FCA kicking the tires of how well providers and brokers are adhering to Consumer Duty requirements in 2024. Listen to this podcast to find out what to expect from the FCA in 2024.
You don’t have to scratch too far beneath the surface to uncover how AI is already transforming the way the industry functions today. This article explores how insurers are using generative AI, while recognising the risks and preparing for the incoming regulation for this type of technology.
Some things get better with time – fine wine, cheese, whiskey – but not vehicle claims. In this article, Bill Brower, vice president of industry relations at Solera, explains why touchless claims could prevent the collateral damage caused by a claim failing to be quickly attended to.
Organisations are increasingly thinking about people risk, recognising that employees are their most valuable intangible assets. In this article, Helen Payne, UK director of human sustainability at Aon, outlines what steps firms are taking to look after their employee’s wellbeing.
This article explains what motor insurers looking to stay in the fast lane, as mobility trends develop, need to do to satisfy drivers and maintain profits.
Defaqto’s Angela Pilley examines how many building and content insurance providers are operating today compared with a decade ago, how product features have changed, and the types of fees and charges attached to this type of cover.
More than 38,600 pieces of data have been leaked from the top 75 UK insurance broker domains since 2016, according to a scan of the dark web conducted on behalf of Insurance Post. This article highlights the insurance broking sector’s vulnerability to cybercrime.
There is an ongoing war for talent in the loss adjusting industry. In this article, Sonya Tolson, chief people officer of McLarens, examines the steps the loss adjusting industry needs to take to have a broader appeal while continuing to attract senior adjusters.
With many experienced practitioners heading for retirement, the London Market urgently needs to find ways to attract and retain young talent with a broad base of skills. This article discusses the London Market’s talent issue and the steps it must take to address the gap.
Many travellers are now seeking outdoor and off-the-grid destinations to safely distance themselves from crowds. This article explains how travel insurers are adapting their products to better serve changing traveller needs by leveraging embedded insurance and parametric protection.