Qlaims Insurance's Mike Keating on how technology will help brokers, insurers and customers stay connected during the coronavirus outbreak.
Insurance Cares: Group said social isolation is an “enormous threat” to the 700,000 people over 70 living with dementia.
The event, which was scheduled to take place in Manchester in May, will no longer go ahead.
Government scheme is supporting small and medium sized businesses, while the Bank of England’s scheme is supporting larger firms.
Deal sees private equity firm Dunedin exit the specialist broker.
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Biba's Graeme Trudgill outlines the relevant areas for brokers as the FCA tells firms how to identify key workers in financial services.
The body outlined the insurer response to Financial Conduct Authority guidelines as providers waive renewals for key workers.
Insurer developed ‘Cyber Ready’ toolkit following feedback that pupils are often more tech savvy than teachers.
Broker refuses to sell rent guarantee cover amid the coronavirus crisis as it forces landlords to evict tenants in order to kick in.
The market closed its underwriting room on Thursday afternoon in response to the coronavirus crisis.
The “significant” breaches meant some customers did not get annual review statements for up to six years.
Market moves to close its underwriting room from 4pm on 19 March to "avoid non-essential contact".
Regulator sets out expectations amid coronavirus for travel, motor and home insurance, product suspensions and renewals as it highlights the important role of the broker in helping vulnerable customers.
The insurance industry has faced a customer backlash as most commercial policies do not cover for business interruption caused by pandemic.
Integritas has stopped fees for insurance brokers until 15 April amid the coronavirus outbreak and says it will help them access the government BI loan scheme.
Consultancy warns coronavirus impact on insurers will lead to dramatically rising premiums and exits from business classes as it urges the government to look at a range of measures including temporarily suspending IPT.
Government says insurers will cover pandemic but ABI insists this changes very little as most do not have this type of cover.
The body is hitting pause on April’s written exams until October but plans to press ahead with its July sittings and multiple choice exams in small groups will continue.
The body paid him £25,000 but the entire industry is now under fire over government decision to not enforce business closures in a move which some claim will affect BI cover.
Reid chats to Insurance Age about his return to the market, being approached by private equity houses and why there are lots of opportunities for smaller brokers in the current market.
The government advised leisure businesses to close voluntarily prompting a public backlash that firms won’t be able to claim for business interruption as it isn’t a closure order.
Exclusive: The former Bluefin and Gallagher boss says he is taking on a number of new roles, with the rest to be revealed in the near future.
We’re already seeing travel cover suspended and confirmation BI isn’t covered for Covid-19. What might this mean for the future of insurance and trust in the sector?