Judith Smith of the Charity for Civil Services outlines how Zurich has worked with the charity to help vulnerable members affected by the catastrophic events at Grenfell Tower.
Claims is where insurance shows its true value but is the march of technology going to change things for the better?
Broker Network’s Richard Pitt explains five key ways brokers can look after their clients.
What does it mean for the UK insurance sector that insurers are moving parts of their businesses to other countries?
The CII’s Matt Connell argues that regulation isn’t the answer when it comes to treating vulnerable customers fairly.
Judith Ugwumadu discusses being a Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) woman in insurance and looks to the future for diversity in business.
Does Apple and Cisco’s move into cyber insurance herald the start of technology firms truly disrupting the insurance chain?
Tackling underinsurance isn’t being made any easier by the recent changes to the Ogden discount rate, explains Steve White
Clarke Williams co-founder Henry Clarke reveals how he navigated the authorisation process and why independents are resurgent
RSA global connected insurance director Kenny Leitch states InsurTech will stop claims from happening.
Ecclesiastical’s John Blundell calls on brokers and insurers to work together to help not-for-profits prevent risk.
The new normal: Big issues that affect the insurance industry could be put on the back burner or entirely dropped as the fallout from the dramatic general election continues
Steve Green of Anthony Jones Insurance Brokers shares his thoughts on the vape sector following Insurance Age’s June Indepth on SMEs.
Government starts process of looking for a replacement.
Allianz Nick Hobbs argues that brokers need to go beyond the computer to secure their hold as technology and demographics transform the market.
The importance of reinsurance: It is little understood and often ignored, but reinsurance plays a vital role in the everyday business of broking, writes Rupert Swallow
Brokers can make a killing in niche lines if only they realise the opportunity is there. LV’s Michael Lawrence explains.
The former Aon man replaces Simon Green who is moving to Arthur J Gallagher.
Stephanie Smith of Allianz addresses how the workforce can be helped to understand the needs of vulnerable customers.
Tim Holliday analyses what the effect of the recent change in the Ogden rate to minus 0.75% will be for insurers and reinsurers, as well as what it could mean for brokers.
Axa’s Brendan McCafferty calls on the sector to join forces to help the most vulnerable customers as the insurer endorses the Insurance Cares campaign.
Growth driven: Richard Dornan, underwriting and business development director at Premium Choice, explains how the broker has carved a niche for itself but is expanding into new areas.
It’s one year until GDPR data regulations are fully in force. Data expert Steve Sands of Synectics Solutions explains what this means for brokers and urges them to act now.
Insurance Age content director Jonathan Swift picks through the potential of an Allianz - LV tie up to look at how both businesses might mutually benefit.