This information sheet highlights considerations for insurers and reinsurers in the event of Brexit - Britain's exit from the European Union (EU), the occurrence of which is subject to a referendum in June 2016.
Bermuda is poised to receive European Parliament approval for Solvency II equivalence, will this boost the market’s potential on a global scale?
European insurers have huge influence in the UK, so how are their strategies set to unfold? This article looks at the opportunities available to European insurers looking to achieve growth in the UK.
The Insurance Distribution Directive (formerly known as the re-cast Insurance Mediation Directive or IMD-2) has been passed with significant increases in consumer protection including scope and professional standards. This briefing sheds light on the latest regulatory developments.
The European wine market is growing, but with so many risks affecting production, how can wine makers make sure their vineyards are covered in any eventuality? Download Post's article to find out more.
The European Union is in a state of flux, with a new parliament elected and an overhaul of the commission adding to an already complex institution. Where does this leave the insurance industry? Download Post's article to find out more.
In the second of a five-part series covering the results of Post’s latest State of the Nation survey, Mairi MacDonald reports how politics, government policy and the UK’s position in the European Union is viewed by insurance CEOs and managing directors and how they think it could be improved.
Produced by Insurance Europe, this report examines the different motor insurance markets across the European Union. The report provides data on European premiums, claims expenditure and combined ratios as well as setting out the legislative and country-specific factors driving premiums.
The recent migrant disruption at Calais has hit the haulage industry in the pocket. How do affected companies go about ensuring they are adequately compensated for their losses? Post's article investigates.
Liechtenstein has more companies than citizens, but are UK insurers keen to join its corporate club? Download Post's article to find out more.