Aviva's senior economist, Stewart Robertson, discusses how the impact of Brexit on the economic landscape and what the future might look like now we have left the European Union.
Nikolaus Suehr, of KASKO, and David Goodley, of City Compliance share advice on setting up in the EU as the risk of a no-deal Brexit draws closer.
UK brokers did not know what the rules would look like until January this year
Delays are not often welcome, but in the case of implementing the Insurance Distribution Directive it’s the best possible outcome, explains David Sparkes
It’s time to put the unpleasant campaigning behind us and work towards making the break with the EU work for all parties, says Paul Upton
“It is time for a positive problem solving mindset and the insurance industry will have a crucial role to play in the debate”
“There were those who believed a Brexit would be very bad news for the industry and those who felt that actually the market had succeeded before the EU and would continue to do so outside of it”
With the referendum over the UK’s future in the EU looming, Insurance Age gauges how the European insurance community views the vote
Did the debate on the upcoming EU referendum sway any delegates at Biba 2016?
Brokers take their sides although some complain of lack of information with EU vote looming
Craig Tracey urges people to consider the options and make their own decision ahead of the EU Referendum.
What impact would Brexit have on brokers and the wider insurance industry? Tony Cornell considers the issues on whether to remain or leave
Biba and most insurers back remaining in the EU, but would leaving benefit smaller brokers?
“There will be plenty of twists and turns in the run-up to the vote on 23 June”
The peer says a vote to leave would be "jumping into the abyss".
The weather had a sting in the tail for insurance in 2015 and the EU referendum may be the biggest storm on the horizon in 2016, says Paul Upton
New deal will make acceptance process quicker for clients, according to Kinetic.
Scottish independence has implications for financial services sector.
The Insurance Mediation Directive (IMD) II proposal has been described as a "low priority".
Despite several high-profile cyber attacks on major corporations, the insurance industry is still behind the times when it comes to cyber liability. How can it catch up?
A new telematics-based broker Girls Drive Better will launch on July 1 following a pilot.
Women drivers aged between 17 and 20 saw motor premiums increase by an average of 16.4% between September and December 2012.
RK Harrison Insurance Services has launched a new professional indemnity (PI) product for art market professionals.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has vowed to maintain its policy of intensive supervision and will continue to implement European regulatory directives as it releases its final business plan before it is disbanded.