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World Cup fever.

Along with the rest of the world, Overheard caught World Cup fever last month. And it would appear t...

A matter of perspective.

The definition of non-standard is a moveable feast, largely determined by the tastes of standard insurers. Andrew Newman says that what was once a true niche is now fiercely competitive mainstream business.

On a collision course.

Insurers have been battling with accident repairers and solicitors for the cut-price end of the uninsured loss recovery market for some time now. However, Steve Banner says insurers are now taking a different stance.

David Worsfold.

International consolidation: what's that got to do with me ?' Quite a lot, with plenty of opportunities for the provincial and regional broker.

Orion eases claims.

Orion is issuing new policyholders with a 24-exposure camera in a bid to ease the claims process. Th...

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.

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