A recent Zurich broker panel identified driverless cars as the technological advance that most interests brokers. But will these vehicles actually be driverless, and what could they mean for businesses and the insurance industry? This article explores ten questions brokers may be asking.
As ADAS in its many guises becomes increasingly widespread, it throws up a host of repairer – and insurer – challenges. A panel of motor experts discussed the challenges head on at a recent webinar organised by Post in association with Auto Windscreens.
Brokers are invaluable when it comes to helping landlords find the right insurance cover for their property investments, but it’s essential that they understand all of the upcoming regulations that landlords face. Download this guide to find out how you can ensure your clients have suitable cover.
Fine art and collectibles require a specialist insurance approach. Tania Bensoussan-Arthur, underwriting manager, specialty for France, and Mathilde Duthoit-Michelet, underwriter for fine art and specie in Paris, discuss the risks museums and collectors face and how this coverage works.
A recent study by LexisNexis revealed that managing profitability was the key focus area for UK home insurers, whilst better understanding and managing the risk profile of their book, and increased price competition were cited as significant challenges. Download this report to find out more.
Based on input from home insurance professionals, this infographic illustrates the key priorities and challenges, as well as the top trends facing UK home insurers today. Topics covered: transforming markets; putting customers first; smart home technology; mobile and digitisation.
As the adoption of biometrics becomes easier for consumers to swallow in their phones, attitudes to car biometrics have softened too, and vehicle manufacturers are taking notice. This report sheds light on the development of vehicle biometrics, key risks and the implications for insurance.
Based on input from 107 personal home insurance professionals, this infographic sheds light on data enrichment in personal lines insurance. Areas covered: how useful UK insurers are finding data and analytics; perceived benefits of data and analytics; how data and analytics could be better utilised.
Personal lines cyber cover looks set to be the next big area for cyber insurance, but how important could the service become and what components and tools are a part of it? This webinar explores the needs of individuals when it comes to cyber cover and how insurers can provide relevant solutions.
Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) or “drones” are quickly changing the way construction companies operate, and offer solutions to complex construction and safety challenges. This article explores UAS applications for the drilling industry, risk management considerations and available insurance options.