Amid inflation and irregular surveying, high-net-worth buildings are potentially more at risk of underinsurance than ever before. This article outlines how brokers can help clients to reduce this risk.
The broking telematics market has had a few setbacks of late with Unipol pulling capacity and Lumun pivoting to become an MGA. This article sheds light on why there are positive signs on the road ahead too.
This content introduces how Imaginera empowers underwriting teams through both bespoke solutions and their customisable product, Orca.
Social Market Foundation research shows insurance is increasingly unaffordable for those on low incomes. This article examines who is responsible for preventing a “poverty premium” being charged.
AI is transforming the insurance industry. In this final part of Insurance Post’s and PayPal’s three part series, this article explores how AI could play a role in improving security in the insurance sector and help alleviate the economic pressure underinsurance brings.
In this second edition of Insurance Post’s and PayPal’s three-part series, this article delves into the transformative power of offering diverse payment options for insurance, shedding light on how this approach can significantly ease financial pressures for individuals.
As the cost-of-living crisis persists, customers reduce insurance coverage, yet premiums are rising. In the inaugural segment of this three-part series, Insurance Post and PayPal collaborate to examine how insurers can retain customers by offering cost-effective products that cater to their needs.
Talk is growing of a return to cash flow underwriting. Popular in the 1980s and 1990s, this is when insurers underwrote unprofitably, but were covered by strong returns. This article highlights some concerns about why insurance could be heading for the ultimate race to the bottom.
This article investigates why the rollout of self-driving cars is stuck in the slow lane and what insurers are doing to help autonomous vehicles take to the road by 2025.
View from the top: Money and Mental Health Institute’s Conor D’Arcy on how to help customers with mental health problems
In this article, Conor D’Arcy, head of research and policy at the charity founded by Martin Lewis, explains what general insurers must do to make the industry accessible for customers with mental health problems.