Pressure groups take different paths over whether to suspend their own legal proceedings while regulator's case goes forward as it is revealed three broker wordings from Pound Gates, Marsh and Gallagher will be assessed.
One Sure which, bought the rights to the Staveley Head brand in April, has agreed to manage the Policyplan run-off.
The June issue of Insurance Age is available via digital platforms only due to Covid-19.
Seventeen wordings will be assessed as part of the test and the FCA list shows 34 Hiscox policies affected so far, as regulator says list is a "representative sample" which is "not comprehensive".
The watchdog expects the test case, to determine the validity of business interruption coronavirus claims, to be heard in the second half of July.
Aon’s Julie Page and Marsh’s Chris Lay are to lead the distribution working group as Jon Dye also joins the Stephen Catlin-led organisation.
Insurance Covid-Cast episode 18: Brit head of innovation James Birch on digital Lloyd's start-up Ki's plan to be a top 10 syndicate by 2025
Ki, the new standalone algorithmically-driven digital Lloyd’s syndicate launched by Brit Insurance in collaboration with technology giant Google, aims to be a top ten player in terms of capacity by 2025.
IdRisk's Stephen Mooney responds to Mactavish's report on broker remuneration.
Agreement sees the insurer provide capacity for Victor's products across agriculture and the third sector over the next five years.
Body says document is sector neutral and aligned to and complement the UK government guidance.
The division has been launched with Tara Parchment, formerly of Chubb, at the helm.
CII survey shows SMEs and consumers valued loyalty over knowing what an insurance policy covered and excluded, as body suggests experiences with claiming for coronavirus-related losses will impact trust in the sector.
Law firm EMM reports that £1.2bn in dishonest claims were recorded in 2018 and details how providers are hitting back.
Updated: The insurer will pay out to restaurants following a court decision that it must pay one owner two months worth of coronavirus-related cover.
Experts say the insurance sector has been “traumatised” by the prospect of unintended coverage for business interruption related to coronavirus.
Ecclesiastical's Will Browne, outlines the key steps for successful delegated authority.
As Mental Health Awareness Week draws to a close Insurance Age asks what employers are doing for the people keeping the industry moving as they cope with Covid-19.
Law firm Edwin Coe is advising two groups of businesses who have had their BI claims rejected by Hiscox and RSA.
The insurer said most of its BI policies do not cover impacts arising from Covid-19.
Mitsui Sumitomo's Simon Beale explains why Insurance United Against Dementia has launched an emergency appeal as the coronavirus crisis makes life even tougher for families living with dementia.
The sector has united to highlight its disappointment in the insurance industry following the coronavirus pandemic and lockdown.
Law firm Mishcon de Reya names Aviva and QBE and is in discussions with third party funders to fund the litigation on behalf of hospitality sector which it expects to move forward by 10 June.
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Brightside's Brendan McCafferty calls for a guiding light for the sector and warns that, if the market fails to get its Covid-19 response right, there could be hell to pay.