Insurance Age - July 2017
Underinsurance is a problem the industry has had to revisit time and again, so why hasn’t it been cracked yet?
The industry reacts after the regulator clamped down on Admiral over renewal wordings
The new normal: Big issues that affect the insurance industry could be put on the back burner or entirely dropped as the fallout from the dramatic general election continues
Tackling underinsurance isn’t being made any easier by the recent changes to the Ogden discount rate, explains Steve White
Action 365 and Pukka founder Sam White tells Siân Barton why a focus on people, facing challenges with energy and creating a supportive team has helped her businesses grow and succeed
Beyond the moral argument for greater diversity in the workplace, there is a sound business case for increasing inclusivity that brokers could benefit from
Insurance Age discovers if the Southampton and Portsmouth market is shipshape and asks if the area faces any stormy seas
Duncan Sutcliffe, director of Sutcliffe & Co, explains how he plans to grow the family broker while remaining profitable and dealing with IPT, the Ogden rate change and regulation
Tokio Marine HCC Management Liability
Educating SME clients about the perils of underinsurance and persuading and advising them to take out appropriate levels of cover has never been more important, writes Edward Murray
Brokers have not been very busy when it comes to market moves lately, perhaps due to the summer heat wave.
Clarke Williams co-founder Henry Clarke reveals how he navigated the authorisation process and why independents are resurgent
Garry Nelson's hidden talent, meet Dave the Paradigm office dog, Kathryn Fryer explains how she got into insurance and Kevin Munn on magicians, mushrooms and music
We take a not so relaxing break in this month's cartoon