Three months on from the Brexit vote, what are the likely implications for the insurance market in the UK?
A lack of large natural disasters, favourable exchange rates and a number of sizeable mergers have seen many of the top 30 European insurers weather the tough environment and climb the rankings. This article sheds light on the market conditions impacting Europe’s top 30 insurers.
Download Insurance Europe's annual key facts publication, which this year includes data on the European insurance industry for 2015. Topics covered: European insurance in the world; European premiums, claims, and benefits paid; insurers’ investment portfolio; companies and employees.
The Insurance Block Exemption Regulation is set to lapse on 31 March 2017, and the European Commission is not looking for a replacement. What will this mean for cooperation and competition? Download Post’s article to find out more.
In this document, Insurance Europe responds to the European Commission’s consultation on a proposed EU services passport for the single market. This response covers how an EU services passport would facilitate the provision of insurance for cross-border services and what role insurers would play.
This three page briefing provides a brief summary of what the EU referendum result means for CII members.
Published in June 2016, this is an addendum to the European motor insurance markets report, which examines the different motor insurance markets across the European Union.
The political ramifications of the Brexit vote still have a long way to run, and the commercial and financial consequences will not be known for some time. But what happens now? FOIL’s Update highlights the insurance industry’s initial response and the UK’s position following the referendum vote.
On 23 June, the British public will vote on whether the UK should remain in the European Union. With business sentiment still divided, this StrategicRISK News Analysis explores the quantifiable risks attached to either outcome.
This two page insight briefing outlines why motor consumers must be able to decide who can access their in-vehicle data, and for what purposes.