In the second part of Post’s research sponsored by LV=, brokers talk candidly to Michèle Bacchus about the British Insurance Brokers’ Association, the Financial Conduct Authority, the government and the European Union.
With cyber advances and skills gaps among the challenges soon facing the claims market, how can the sector future proof itself? Post, in association with the Forum of Insurance Lawyers, hosted an industry roundtable to find out. This article provides a summary of the discussion.
This year’s annual survey from the Association of Insurance and Risk Managers revealed that concern over broker conflicts of interest is on the rise. Post's article highlights why these concerns are gaining traction and what brokers can do to reassure customers they are getting the best deal.
ABI response to proposals to support advanced driver assistance systems and automated vehicle technologies
Responding to the Department for Transport’s consultation on how to support developing automated vehicle technologies, this joint paper from the Association of British Insurers (ABI) and industry body Thatcham Research, provides feedback on the DFT’s consultation.
If you or your clients have suffered a flood you will know how devastating and distressing it is. This guide provides advice on flood resistant measures, how to minimise the impact of flooding and the value of resilient repair products.
There have been a number of appeal judgments over the past month on the issue of whether at first instance a judge was right to find that the claimant was dishonest. This FOIL Update sheds light on three recent cases concerning fraud and fundamental dishonesty.
Geared towards brokers, BIBA's latest magazine covers the latest developments within the insurance industry and provides strategic advice to managers. In this issue: expert views on the Insurance Act; results of CMA probe into motor insurance; professional indemnity; FCA watch.
One of the big challenges the insurance industry faces is adapting to the increasing use of technology. Post recently gathered a group of Chartered Insurance Institute young generation members and asked them to present their ideas of what the customer focused insurer of the future might look like.
Following concerns highlighted in its latest business plan, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published the results of a detailed thematic review into general insurance firms using the appointed representatives regime. This CII policy briefing highlights the main findings and material risks.
The final section of Post’s research on risk management looks to the future and Michèle Bacchus asks the risk managers how they think insurance will fit into the digital world.