Insurance Post

Insurance Post has, since 1840, been delivering business-critical information for the general insurance market. Considered essential reading by senior managers in the sector, InsurancePost’s strength lies in the breadth and depth of its coverage across insurance, broking, claims, technology and risk management.

Retaining talent in the 'great resignation'

As we begin to move into the post-pandemic future, a shortage of employees has become a pressing concern for the insurance industry. Karen Jackman, director of regional broking at Aviva explains how the talent scarcity equation can be turned around to transform the workforce for the future.

Getting FNOL right

For motor insurers, early notification of an accident is paramount as it allows them to remain in control of the customer experience and control claims costs. This article highlights the importance of getting FNOL right and why a change in mindset is required to put the customer experience first.

Will Spacs boom in the UK in 2022?

Although the mania for special purpose acquisition companies of early 2021 has subsided, investor enthusiasm persists and is in the process of going global. The losses D&O insurers can expect to flow from these types of companies remains uncertain, but 2022 may provide a clearer picture.

Intelligence: Hydrogen fuel

Hydrogen’s promise as a greener fuel source for heavy industry looks set to spur a boom in the industry over the next decade. This article looks at the risks involved and how insurers are acting to meet the needs of a growing sector.

Reinsurance intelligence: Turbulent times

January’s renewals saw reinsurers playing hardball not only in their pricing, but also in the structures of their clients’ reinsurance programmes. Insurance Post explains why the hardening market is not driven by a lack of capital, but by renewed underwriting discipline.

The hydrogen boom

Hydrogen’s promise as a greener fuel source for heavy industry looks set to spur a boom in the industry over the next decade. This article looks at the risks involved and how insurers are acting to meet the needs of a growing sector.