With the average price of a motorhome costing in excess of £50,000, it’s important that owners have the right specialist insurance cover should the unexpected happen. This article focuses on some important factors that brokers and their clients should consider before obtaining cover.
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.
Did you know malware was the third most common form of cyber attack in 2019? In this article, Aviva highlights three common ‘guises’ of malware and the steps that you and your business can take to avoid becoming a victim.
Often referred to as ‘CEO fraud’, business email compromise (BEC) is a cyber threat that’s on the rise, costing businesses billions. Produced by Aviva, this article sheds light on the rising threat of BEC, and how brokers and their clients can stay vigilant against BEC.
For the wealthiest in our society, service and security still seem to be winning out over speed and convenience. This article focuses on how new technologies could help brokers and insurers operating within the HNW space, and why the market isn’t yet ready to embrace a technological makeover.
The government’s Civil Liability Act has created a world of pain for stakeholders, with unintended consequences from the reforms surfacing by the week. In this blog, Minster Law’s CEO Shirley Woolham asks how legal expenses insurance can help in the post-reform world.
Every business has some form of environmental exposure and a fire just increases the potential for incurring environmental liabilities. Produced by AXA XL, this whitepaper focuses on the specific environmental exposures arising from fires and how businesses can mitigate the risks.
The high net worth (HNW) market has been one of the most reliable in insurance for many years, but capacity is now moving out of the market, whilst the profile and expectations of clients is shifting. This in-depth feature focuses on the changing face of HNW and the implications for brokers.
Nearly one year on from the publication of the FCA’s final report for its Wholesale Insurance Broker Market Study, this in-depth feature looks at whether the market has addressed the regulator’s concerns and whether wholesalers are giving retail brokers a fair deal.
Wholesale and retail brokers alike are facing a capacity crunch in some sectors, meaning the expertise of the insurance market is being put to the test. This in-depth feature sheds light on the factors driving this trend, the business lines affected and the implications for brokers.