Insurtech FloodFlash has launched a new iteration of its parametric commercial flood insurance designed to support risks and portfolios where the flood premium is between £20,000 and £1m annually.
The diversity and inclusion festival, which begins today, has done research that found firms should pay closer attention to D&I in times of crisis.
Market reveals a loss of £0.4bn and a worsened COR in its financial results for H1 2020.
The initiative is trying to raise the sum each year to develop a visitor centre, make a documentary series and develop educational outreach.
Exclusive: Jaimie Quill joins the business from Miles Smith.
The firm has purchased Incepta for an undisclosed sum.
Market also launches Culture Dashboard and is set to undertake a second annual survey in October following heavy criticism of its culture in 2019.
The diversity event is taking place virtually this year and has speakers including the first British astronaut Helen Sharman and BBC presenter Naga Munchetty.
The syndicate-in-a-box is supported by Ascot, Axa XL and McGill and Partners.
The deal is S&G's first after it was formed in March 2020 with the aim to support smaller brokers.
If insurers disagreed with the government’s conclusions following a meeting with the industry that they would pay out based on March advice then they should have spoken out sooner and given politicians an earlier ‘opportunity’ to enforce mandatory bans,…
Insurance Covid-Cast: Future of Insurance Work - What do millennials want from their employers; and has it shifted due to Covid-19?
For the 32nd episode of Post and Insurance Age’s video series we gathered together a panel to discuss how millennials have experienced lockdown and what temporary practices they would like to see made permanent.
The insurance market has revealed a number of frameworks to help tackle the coronavirus crisis as well as future systemic catastrophes.
Lloyd's pledges support for BAME communities as it condemns "appalling and shameful" part of its history.
In the 27th episode of Post and Insurance Age’s video series we gathered together an expert panel to discuss what the insurance sector has learnt over the last three months - and how it might shape the employer-employee relationship when offices re-open.
Insurance Covid-Cast episode 18: Brit head of innovation James Birch on digital Lloyd's start-up Ki's plan to be a top 10 syndicate by 2025
Ki, the new standalone algorithmically-driven digital Lloyd’s syndicate launched by Brit Insurance in collaboration with technology giant Google, aims to be a top ten player in terms of capacity by 2025.
Market predicts the pandemic to be one of its largest pay-outs ever and states the estimated underwriting losses covered by the industry as a result of Covid-19 will be around $107bn in 2020.
Insurance Covid Cast Episode Nine: Could Tiger King Joe Exotic cut it as a fraud fighter or handle big cats at Lloyd’s?
In the latest Insurance Post and Insurance Age video cast brought to you while our journalists are in isolation lockdown we present first in an irregular series - Covid Culture Club - where we discuss things to watch and do at home.
The marketplace has been asked to collate insurer BI cover information for the regulator.
Insurance Age commissioning editor, Laurence Eastham, and news editor, Ida Axling, discuss the top stories of the week.
MD Chris Blackwell will continue to lead Trilogy as the MGA states it does not expect any changes to the business following the deal.
Marketplace has issued detailed guidance on premium non-payment, binding authority contracts, administrative requirements, claims resilience, and audits.
CEO John Neal urges the industry to "put a lot more effort" into explaining products to clients.
Market says it is in a "strong position" to respond to the impacts of the coronavirus.