Using the right modern technology ingredients to improve the customer journey and drive business growth is vital for the future success of the insurance industry. This blog sheds light on three innovation strategies which have been adopted in insurance markets in Poland, Scandinavia and Italy.
In this article, Hannah Thomas, Markel Law’s employment law solicitor, summarises the EU settlement immigration scheme in place for European Economic Area nationals, Swiss nationals and their family members who wish to continue living in the UK after 30 June 2021 and what it means for employers.
This FOIL Update covers two related articles which look at the current position with cross-border claims from 11.00 p.m. on 31 December and EU proposals for a reformed Motor Insurance Directive.
Xavier Veyry was appointed CEO, Europe & Asia for AXA XL Insurance in June. In this article he talks about the challenges of recent months, innovation in risk and insurance, and the importance of risk management associations.
At FOIL’s recent roundtable, three experts provided their views on the Brexit landscape as far as motor insurance law is concerned. This summary looks at the concerns expressed by the speakers and what they believe the current position to be.
UNIQA Group is one of the leading insurance groups in Austria and Central and Eastern Europe. This case study looks at how UNIQA Group leveraged the FRISS Solution for automated claims fraud detection to achieve total fraud savings of €18.4 million within the first two years of being live.
Combined with the backdrop of the GDPR regulatory environment, the cyber landscape is also rapidly evolving with criminals becoming ever more sophisticated. This content looks at how SMEs can reduce the risk of a cyber-attack and shares five top tips from the National Cyber Security Centre.
In this Q&A, Bruno Laval, Regional Head – Europe, Insurance at AXA XL, explains how he and his teams are responding to the challenges faced by clients across Europe and how our combined offering is giving them access to even greater capabilities and expertise.
The construction sector is facing a ‘perfect storm’ scenario with a number of key elements putting an already struggling industry under increased pressure. This report sheds light on the current issues in the UK construction sector and the potential impact of Brexit.
With its potential to affect everything from labour supply to funding, Brexit is creating uncertainty across the construction industry. This article highlights why construction firms must work closely with their brokers and insurers to ensure risk is well managed and appropriate cover is maintained.