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Crowd control.

Fallout from the private motor sector looks set to continue as too many insurers chase too little business. Andrew Newman asks what lessons can be learned from those already forced out.

A non-standard approach.

Next month will mark Orion's first year in the non-standard motor market. Tim Collison spoke to Rob Ryan and his team about their underwriting and marketing strategy.

New ABI chairman.

British American Financial Services chief executive Sandy Leitch will be the new chairman of the Ass...

Terry Wellard.

Keeping rates low does nothing but force people out of the market. We must increase motor premiums, and soon.

Call Fraudline.

Sedgwick and PLC Consultancy Services have teamed up to launch a new scheme to help companies reduce...

Safe from harm.

Several large insureds have recently reported significant premium reductions. Tony Dowding says this is not due to the soft market, but to improvements in health and safety procedures.

Tony Lancaster.

Insurers are doing themselves no favours by prolonging the soft market, when what the customer ultimately wants is high quality.

The shock of the new.

The broker travel market will soon be subject to IPT at 17.5%. If this were not enough to contend with, developments in Internet technology are threatening to reshape the travel insurance sector, says Caroline Duncan.

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