Ask any person walking down the street, a friend or family member, or even others within our industry, ‘what does an insurer do?’ and its probable that the answer you’ll get back will be along the lines of ‘they protect people when bad things happen’.
They might even go as far as to say ‘they pay out money when things go wrong’ (or don’t, such is the perception of our industry amongst the British public).
But what if an insurer was there to do more than just react and pick up the pieces when
- Mactavish lays down the gauntlet on cyber
- Ageas redundancies confirmed
- Simon Matson says ‘complicated fat Arab’ slur regrettable but not discriminatory: Gallagher v Ardonagh
- Discount rate review set to begin
- Industry responds to reports of sexual harassment in Lloyd's
- EY report reveals £1 trillion Brexit exodus
- FSCS recovers £300m for levy payers