The EU’s Insurance Distribution Directive is designed to make it easier for firms to trade cross-border, create a level playing field and strengthen policyholder protection. This article provides an overview of the IDD and the implications for parties involved in the insurance distribution chain.
This paper responds to EU discussions relating to emerging technologies and consequential liability insurance needs.
This insight briefing focuses on the need for policymakers to support innovation in fintech and insurtech, while also guaranteeing consumers the same protection when using services offered through new technologies by new market entrants as they have with similar offerings by traditional insurers.
Insurance Europe’s latest publication showcases the broad range of initiatives that the European insurance industry is engaged in to increase people’s financial literacy and their understanding of insurance.
Most supply chain disruption could be prevented with good use of data, says Adriano Lanzilotto of FM Global.
Insurtech start-ups have a range of options to fund their business: from private equity to crowdfunding, from partners to business angels, from incubators to accelerators. Post’s article assesses the different options available for insurtech start-ups.
Capital requirements and regulations have been blamed for putting off new full-stack insurers from establishing in the UK – and Brexit won’t necessarily help start-ups. Download Post’s article to find out more.
The General Data Protection Regulation will introduce new requirements for those processing personal data and tougher penalties for data breaches. This article explains what brokers and their customers need to know about the GDPR ahead of its implementation in 2018.
Confidence in the UK economy in 2017 has dropped to the lowest levels since 2011: the greatest one-year fall for each index since records began. Download this edition of the CII Member Survey for more information on attitudes towards future economic prospects and the impact of Brexit.
If Vnuk becomes law, the categories of vehicles required to be insured will increase significantly to include, for example, children’s motorised ride-on toys and golf buggies. This article sheds light on the latest developments and the UK Government’s position.