Consumer Intelligence warned that telematics restrictions following coronavirus may hit youngest drivers hardest.
Insurers point the finger at increased claims and unexpected Ogden rate change in a challenging year
As 2019 closed, the Acturis commercial broking index equalled its base line of Q1 2010, representing a quarter of heavy increases in premiums over the year before
Willis Towers Watson and Confused warn of future increases as they publish data for Q4 2019.
The third quarter of 2019 brought year-on-year premium growth in all classes of commercial business but one, according to the latest set of data provided by Acturis.
Company warned that there is no end in sight to the recent rate hikes in the sector.
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Research by Willis Towers Watson and Confused.com also shows continuing fluctuations in average premiums.
Insurance Age has published the results of its annual study into the top 50 brokers in the personal lines market.
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The sector continued to display big pricing disparities across age groups and experts warn Ogden will increase market volatility.
Data gathered by the ABI finds repair costs climb to £1.2bn in Q1 2019, the highest since the ABI started the survey.
The first quarter of 2019 has seen positive premium movements across the board with packages as the only exception
Survey by ABI reveals average motor insurance premiums dropped for the fourth quarter in a row.
The latest stats show that 2018 was a flat year for insurance premiums although some lines have bucked the trend with modest increases
Group revenue rises by 11% in the year.
Figures for Q4 2018 show 2.7% uptick.
Analysis by The AA reveals quarterly and yearly increases.
Growing positivity runs counter to wider financial services market sentiment.
The stats for the third quarter of 2018 presented a mixed bag, with some star showings when compared to quarter three of 2017
The cost of insuring a home “remains remarkable value for money”.
Customers benefiting from 10% yearly fall.
The market has turned positive in all but one line, according to the latest set of Acturis stats