The May issue of Insurance Age is available via digital platforms only due to Covid-19.
Battered and bruised: The industry is taking a beating over BI, but how are brokers coping with Covid
The hottest stories on www.insuranceage.co.uk, the month in numbers and quotes from the biggest news stories of the month
Legal disputes over coronavirus-related BI claims have put insurers’ responses to the crisis in the spotlight
What price peace of mind? Who is up for jumping out of a plane with a cheap parachute strapped to their back? Phil Barton ponders why insurance is often bought on price
Challenging times require lateral thinking: By collaborating the sector can help customers and each other through the pandemic, says Steve White
Millionaire maker: From setting up one of the first consolidators to becoming an investor in start-ups, Chris Blackham reflects on the highs and lows of selling-up and shares his vision for the future
Insurance is an industry based on personal relationships and face-to-face meetings, how has the sector adapted to the changes imposed during the coronavirus crisis? Sam Barrett reports
Beyond the practical considerations of working from home, many firms are finding innovative ways of looking after employees mental wellbeing, writes Sam Barrett
Despite the coronavirus lockdown, brokers and insurers have still been busy hiring
Working from home / Pet of the month / Stepping up / Covid-19 action
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