Covid-19 has resulted in a rapidly evolving risk landscape for fine art organisations. Beazley's Simon Aitchison argues clients need to work closely with their insurance brokers and insurers to identify these new risks the face, and ensure that they have…
Following the Supreme Court business interruption ruling last week, Jonathan Swift argues brokers need not join their insurer partners in suffering Murder By the Orient Express, but instead play an important role in helping policyholders understand what…
With an eye on the new fleet technology that businesses will be using or considering in the future to help manage risk and driving efficiencies, Steve Green asks what will the commercial motor insurance market have to come to terms with?
Partnering with private equity may help brokers succeed during what looks set to be a complex, challenging, but potentially rewarding period, argues Andrew Backen, partner, Equistone Partners Europe.
There is evidence that people are looking to ride share or borrow a vehicle more to avoid public transport in light of Covid-19. However, Tempcover's Alan Inskip expects there to be deep-rooted changes in attitudes towards vehicle usage post-lockdown…
As the first working week of self-isolation comes to a close for many, Insurance Age content director Jonathan Swift looks at the stance brokers are taking in terms shutting up shop or keeping their branches open.
As Marsh rebrands Jelf, Insurance Age content director Jonathan Swift reflects on the passing of another name heavily associated with noughties broker consolidation
Bridge Insurance Brokers' Carrie Arnold discusses how brokers can help developers reduce setbacks if their contractor collapses.
Pro Global's Richard Robertson on how brokers can work with policyholders and insurers to bring more certainty to cyber insurance.
Aara Syed questions how far insurance has come in its treatment of women.
Commissioning editor Laurence Eastham reflects on his first month in the insurance industry.
Once upon a time you could not keep Cobra out of the news. Insurance Age content director Jonathan Swift reflects on how the business regrouped almost by stealth to become the latest important part of the PIB growth story.
As this year's Dive In Festival takes place, Ida Axling calls on the industry to change its ways.
Andy Thornley, head of corporate affairs at Biba, urges incumbent brokers and insurers to partner with InsurTech firms.
Gavin Mee, head of UK and senior vice president at Salesforce, urges brokers to embrace AI in order to be successful.
GovNet's David Roberts urges brokers to be prepared for GDPR.
Stuart Ramsden of trade credit insurer Atradius argues that the combined resources of brokers and insurers offer a powerful tool in uncertain times.
CMS partner Ian Stevens discusses opportunities and legal obligations for brokers in InsurTech.
Red Crake's Ed Pugh tells us how brokers can cut costs by using software systems to automate repetitive processes.
Shân Millie explains why blockchain is important for the insurance sector and why brokers must pay attention.
Thoughts from the Applied Net conference in Orlando, Florida.
Helen Devery at BLM calls for collaboration between brokers and insurers
The 23 June referendum will leave one-half of the insurance industry unhappy.
Leigh Calton, head of proposition development, Ageas UK considers how devices might change the face of insurance.