In this article, senior figures in UK health insurance look back on the successes and challenges of the year that was and examine what’s on the cards for 2016.
This paper makes proposals to help former employees who have work-related illnesses to trace their employers’ liability (EL) insurer. This can be difficult as many years may have passed since individuals have left the employment where they contracted the illness and causing detriment to consumers.
Are you tackling the right issues with Solvency II? This whitepaper covers the rationale of Solvency II, why process management is key and the impact of operational risk.
Effectiveness of public health insurance schemes on financial risk protection in Thailand: the assessments of purchasers’ capacities, contractors’ responses and impact on patients
By early 2002, Thailand achieved universal coverage in access to health care by introducing a tax-funded health insurance scheme, the UC scheme. Since 2002, there have been three public health insurance schemes providing health insurance coverage for the entire population of Thais.
UK lenders need an effective way to deal with high volume payment protection insurance (PPI) remediation
The recent High Court ruling in favour of the FSA’s PPI policy document 10.12 has caused many firms in the financial services sector to stop and consider the implications of what this ruling will mean for UK lenders facing PPI compensation claims.