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.
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.
This two page insight briefing examines whether the General Data Protection Regulation has delivered on its aims of enhanced protection and greater harmonisation of data protection rules. It also asks if the GDPR is compatible with insurers’ need to innovate for the benefit of consumers.
In this Q&A, Shobhit Rattan Gandhi, Emerging Markets Development Director at AXA XL sheds light on what buyers of international programmes need to know about Indonesia.
An engineering partnership with FM Global helps Swedish automotive manufacturing company, SKF AB, to build production and supply chain resilience.
A changing risk landscape is creating new challenges for SMEs and those tasked with providing the sector with insurance. This article highlights why SMEs need to evolve in order to mitigate the risks posed by cyber attacks, data protection issues and Brexit.
Insurers are being called upon to embrace digital transformation in order to revolutionise claims handling and become customer-centric. This article highlights the benefits associated with automating the claims process and how insurers can overcome legacy system shackles to achieve transformation.
It has been 15 years since the Environmental Liability Directive came into force, yet many companies remain unware of the potential liabilities they face. This article highlights the limitations of general liability policies and the advantages of taking out specialist environmental liability cover.
Relevant to businesses processing payments in the European Economic Area, PSD2 presents the challenge of balancing the Strong Customer Authentication requirements with a seamless buyer’s journey. This whitepaper focuses on how businesses can strike a balance between security and customer experience.
Aite Group’s second Payment Services Directive (PSD2) Research Report, commissioned by iovation, a TransUnion Company, provides an in-depth analysis of how those in the payment services and e-commerce market should prepare to handle the new strong customer authentication requirements under PSD2.