Dye takes over from Amanda Blanc, who resigned last week.
Providing a claims function is not something every broker does, but those wanting to retain business are offering the service to differentiate themselves and add value, Martin Friel reports
Consumer body's suggestion follows the super-complaint from Citizens Advice.
The government is set to give the Competition & Markets Authority power to bypass the courts and fine firms that exploit loyalty.
FCA pricing investigation and Civil Liability Act are expected to depress profitability in future years.
HMRC calls for evidence from the insurance sector, admitting the current IPT model can lead to “unfair tax outcomes in the insurance industry”.
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Survey by ABI reveals average motor insurance premiums dropped for the fourth quarter in a row.
Martin Friel cuts through the noise to get to the truth about cyber.
Siân Barton and Ida Axling discuss the most popular news pieces from the past five days.
ABI director general Huw Evans says Mactavish has “fundamentally misinterpreted” how cyber products are provided, after the insurance governance expert called on the industry for a guarantee that eight particular policy flaws won’t be used as reasons for…
Insurance industry welcomes review into fairness and efficiency of IPT, but the ABI pledges to continue its campaign to keep the rate from increasing further.
Citizens Advice calls for dual pricing discussion to “begin from the assumption that pricing differences are unfair” at Parliamentary meeting of regulators and trade bodies.
Huw Evans described it as an act of economic and social self-harm and outlined potential damage to the insurance sector.
The Counter Terrorism and Border Security Bill, which outlines how Pool Re can operate, received Royal Assent yesterday (13 February).
Zurich boss Tulsi Naidu welcomes the arrangement.
Association’s Premium Tracker says that actual cost of cover dropped despite an average rise in premium paid in Q4 last year compared to Q3.
CEO Steve White reiterates call for greater access to the European market for brokers after the UK leaves the European Union.
Sector also made a contribution to the UK economy worth £29.5bn and paid close to £12bn in taxes, according to the ABI.
However the ABI noted that the “clock is now ticking” on the first review process into how the discount rate is determined.
Competition watchdog criticised the sector and called for pricing intervention options.
July, August and September saw highest level of subsidence claims since the record-breaking heatwaves of 2006 and 2003.
Steve White warns that passporting will end.
Ida Axling and Emmanuel Kenning chat through brokers' most popular stories.