Insurance Age finds out how Norrie Erwin, managing director at Carrot Insurance, has adapted to changes in working practices amid the Covid-19 outbreak.
Exclusive: CEO Jacquie Boast has restructured the business with Fresh CEO Mike Wall exiting and 75 staff leaving the business as she seeks to position Vantage for growth.
The Night Time Industries Association has been advised members have a “good case” against Hiscox as barrister warns “insurers will never be forgiven” for response to Covid-19.
Exclusive: Stephen Catlin slams "unfortunate" lack of sympathy to policyholders in messages from the sector and pushes back at claim that the industry steering group on pandemic response is a PR gimmick.
Hiscox, which is currently in dispute with a group of firms over BI, said it is actively settling claims for event cancellation and abandonment, media and entertainment and travel.
Four senior leaders have left the provider as Axa XL states it is set for global restructure.
Jonathan Edwards has signed an early day motion calling on the government to instruct all insurers to use dividends to pay Covid-19 claims.
Flaxmans makes case for government and insurance sector to team up to help businesses recover following the coronavirus pandemic as Mactavish calls for independent review.
Provider to create a single global insurance underwriting function and form three geographical business units across the Americas, Eurasia and the UK & Lloyd’s market.
The marketplace has been asked to collate insurer BI cover information for the regulator.
Survey aims to find out how the industry has changed its working practices, the challenges faced by professionals working remotely and how brokers feel insurers have responded to the pandemic.
The business is to return £110m to car and van customers as part of Stay At Home Refunds as it becomes first to bow to pressure to give back as policyholders use vehicles less.
The group, which has members including Aviva's Maurice Tulloch and RSA's Stephen Hester, is working closely with Pool Re to develop solutions to the crisis.
Insurance Age finds out how Tom Bartleet, CEO of Erskine Murray, has adapted to changes in working practices amid the Covid-19 outbreak.
Research by Confused.com and Willis Towers Watson reveals dip in motor premiums, following a £47 rise over the last year.
Reports state star chef Raymond Blanc has slammed Hiscox for not paying out after he was forced to close his restaurants and pubs in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
CFC's Lucie Dean discusses what brokers can do to help their SME manufacturing clients.
Insurance Age finds out how Paul Beck, managing director at Direct Insurance Corporate Risks, has adapted to changes in working practices amid the Covid-19 outbreak.
As lockdown continues PKF Littlejohn’s John Needham, shares information about how insurance businesses are accessing the government’s business relief measures amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Short-term car insurance broker says the Coronavirus outbreak made it a "frustratingly unfavourable landscape" to find a new backer.
Kennedy's Elizabeth Bardsley discusses the risks brokers need to be aware of as more and more professionals work from home as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Insurance Age finds out how Nick Hobbs, director of broker markets at Allianz UK, has adapted to changes in working practices amid the Covid-19 outbreak.
Insurance Covid-Cast - episode three: Is motor insurance at a tipping point in light of the coronavirus lockdown
In the third of a new series of video casts brought to you by Insurance Post and Insurance Age while our journalists are in isolation lockdown we discuss whether UK motor insurers are being unfair in not rebating premium or offering more flexible options…