The coronavirus crisis has forced us all to adapt. Here, for the very first time, we have the digital-only edition of Insurance Age.
Lessons to learn: Even before the current crisis, the industry was in need of a shakeup, says Bruce Hepburn
Last week, the Committee wrote to ABI director general Huw Evans requesting insurer data in relation to the coronavirus crisis.
Wood founded the business in 1999 and sold a majority stake to Bain Capital in 2018.
Research reveals fast food companies and gyms are communicating more with clients about the coronavirus pandemic than insurance providers.
Provider confirmed a “computer security incident” but suggested its network was untouched.
Insurance Age editor, Sian Barton, and content director, Jonathan Swift, discuss the top stories this week and talk about their own experience of the coronavirus lockdown.
CEO John Neal urges the industry to "put a lot more effort" into explaining products to clients.
Market says it is in a "strong position" to respond to the impacts of the coronavirus.
The unrated Danish motor provider says it "strongly disagrees" with the order and adds it has continued its capital raising efforts as it seeks to comply with its solvency capital requirement.
Industry body says the total will dwarf the £148m record reported in 2010.
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.
Keep up to date with the latest market moves.
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 Scottish First Minister says insurers need to "step up to the plate" and help small businesses.
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".