At FOIL’s recent roundtable, three experts provided their views on the Brexit landscape as far as motor insurance law is concerned. This summary looks at the concerns expressed by the speakers and what they believe the current position to be.
With Covid-19 amplifying the importance of supply chain resilience within the insurance value chain, this content highlights why insurance firms, including insurers and brokers need to exercise more control over third parties to enhance overall resilience.
In this article, Andrew Davies, an in-house Art Expert with AXA ART and member of the AXA Research Fund judging panel, explains how exciting new research could help to better preserve works of art for future generations to enjoy.
Combined with the backdrop of the GDPR regulatory environment, the cyber landscape is also rapidly evolving with criminals becoming ever more sophisticated. This content looks at how SMEs can reduce the risk of a cyber-attack and shares five top tips from the National Cyber Security Centre.
In 2019, the UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office issued fines of £183M to British Airways and £99M to Marriott International for their widely publicised data breaches. This blog highlights the opportunities for cyber insurers to step in as trusted client advisors to address complex data issues.
One year on from the GDPR deadline and aligned to recent advice from the ICO, organisations are moving beyond minimum baseline compliance to a more integrated approach. This booklet sheds light on how EXL has worked with and assisted insurers and brokers on their compliance transformation journeys.
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.
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.
The amount of data that brokers have access to is increasing rapidly. Our panel of experts discuss how the industry can use this information to improve the customer experience and create efficiencies.
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.