This broker guide looks at the current trends in employers' liability (EL) insurance. Topics covered include the battle to combat fraud, case law, a look at complementary cover, and the important role that can be played by record-keeping should a claim be made against an employer.
In this BIBA guide, our fourth and final for 2018, we look at the considerations required in the modern world when it comes to business interruption (BI) covers.
In this BIBA guide, our third for 2018, we look at what needs to be kept in mind when developing security measures to defend a business's assets against both new and traditional threats, using tried-and-tested methods in combination with emerging technology.
In this BIBA guide, our second for 2018, we look at how the motor insurance sector is evolving as technological advancements revolutionise vehicles and the roads we drive them on, and what legislation and regulation needs to be adapted or created to handle it.
The first of our BIBA guides in 2018 considers potential risks and opportunities for the construction sector, as well as examining health and safety aspects, key pieces of legislation and emerging trends which could shape the industry in the future.
Designed for brokers, this guide discusses the legal aspects of marketing. The guide highlights some of the key legislation, potential reputational risks for businesses and considerations for social media management.
Webinar: Diversity and inclusion within insurance - why it matters and how it can improve your business
Produced by the CII and Insurance Post, this webinar promotes diversity and inclusion across the insurance industry from brokers through to services providers. The panelists look at what can be done to break down barriers to make the sector more inclusive.
This AIRMIC 2017 round-up explores how businesses can prevent or limit the majority of losses through earthquakes, floods and wind storms.
This guide discusses how InsurTech can assist brokers in better understanding and connecting with their customers whilst considering the implications of increasing data protection laws.
Natural catastrophes and their effects on supply chains and business resilience should not be ignored by risk managers.