A split is appearing in commercial property insurance between providers using digitisation and data enrichment and those yet to adopt these technologies. This report assesses commercial property insurance providers’ appetite for digitisation in general and for the use of data enrichment.
A study of commercial property insurance professionals investigated to what extent providers are embracing digitisation and data enrichment, and their reasons for doing so. This infographic provides a snapshot of the research findings.
Included in the Coronavirus Act - and in the Coronavirus (Scotland) Act - is protection from eviction for commercial tenants that fail to pay their rent. This content briefly outlines the implications for commercial landlords and tenants.
Tackling the big questions laid out in the Department for Transport’s Future of Transport Report, an expert panel featuring representatives from the RAC Foundation, Delta EE, Zego and Axa discuss micro mobility and the transport models of the future.
In this webinar, an expert panel discuss: what contingency plans have been put in place by the motor insurance industry to react to the Covid-19 outbreak; the impact on the wider motor supply chain; the potential impact upon the adoption of electric vehicles and autonomous driving.
Motor Mouth podcast ten: From car salvage to the future of work – what is the future of motor insurance?
In this podcast, Insurance Post’s director of content, Jonathan Swift and Neil Joslin, chief operating officer, E2E Total Loss Management discuss how the motor insurance sector will adapt to the challenges being presented at the moment, from car salvage to the future of work.
It is sometimes necessary for production facilities or industrial plants to be fully or partially shut down or operate with reduced staff. This article highlights precautions businesses can take to ensure the proper level of protection in these facilities is being maintained at all times.
Motor Mouth podcast nine: Claims culture or no claims culture? Motor insurance and the whiplash reforms
Jonathan Swift, content director at Insurance Post and Matthew Maxwell-Scott, executive director of the Association of Consumer Support Organisations, discuss the whiplash reforms, existing challenges and, with the Coronavirus pandemic ongoing, where we’re likely to be at the end of the year.
Property losses from catastrophes are getting worse: Data transparency and teamwork are key to reducing the risk
The increasing intensity of natural disasters and more unpredictable weather has made managing property exposures more challenging than ever. This article highlights how sophisticated technology and data analysis tools can help risk managers to proactively assess and mitigate property exposures.
In this podcast, Insurance Post’s content director, Jonathan Swift and Lexis Nexis’ senior director of personal lines insurance, Martyn Mathews discuss the latest in car technology innovation and how the connected car of the future will provide reliable, real-time data for insurers to assess risk.