James Denison of Weightmans and FOIL considers the future for D&O and the prospect of further self-indemnification.
The FCA BI case is dragging the reputation of the whole insurance sector through the mud. Ashwin Mistry reflects on how trust can be restored.
The insurance sector is working to improve diversity but how is it changing beyond having conversations?
The evolving PI landscape presents significant challenges not just for insureds, but their brokers and insurers as well, says Danny French of Aqueous Underwriting.
PR expert and former Allianz corporate communication lead, Mark Bishop considers how the reputation of the sector is being affected by Covid-19.
Steve Kerrigan of LexisNexis Risk Solutions outlines how telematics has changed the market and examines where this technology is heading next.
Ray Westwick, managing director at Freedom Brokers, discusses how the firm has used data to reduce instances of fraud.
James Croome, vice president, fine art and specie, Arch Insurance International, considers whether the insurance market is willing and able to support cryptocurrency-related cover.
Jonathan Jackson, CEO at flood forecasting InsurTech Previsico, explains how new technologies can change the industry's approach to flood claims.
As Biba focuses on improving access to insurance in its manifesto, commissioning editor Laurence Eastham considers where changes will occur in 2020.
Sharon Bishop, CEO of Close Brothers Premium Finance, discusses how technology will free brokers up to do what they’re good at and urges the sector to increase its focus on diversity and inclusion.
Editor, Siân Barton, considers how the insurance space has launched into 2020 and looks back to a thread from 2019 that should be picked up again this year.
MUM's Sachin Gupta predicts a rocky road for professional indemnity insurance.
Ben Davis of Digital Risks examines how insurers and brokers can survive in the ‘new normal’ of significant and frequent climate-related losses.
Anthony Gruppo, CEO at Marsh Commercial, discusses the changes that brokers can make to their businesses in 2020.
Alison Whittington, head of housing at Zurich, discusses the hazards of modern properties and how insurers are getting involved.
Will Browne of Ecclesiastical shares his guide to choosing the right provider to handle your schemes business.
Clive Ellis, director of Sedgwick Private Clients, discusses how social media has changed the needs of high net worth clients.
In a turbulent year that has seen industry bosses called out as racist and sexist, Chartered Insurance Institute CEO Sian Fisher considers how the sector has performed when it comes to improving diversity and inclusion.
Ann Peel, technical consultant at Insurance Compliance Services, discusses the potential impact of the FCA's latest interventions.
Pat Wood, of Manchester Underwriting Management, digs into the importance of Excess of Loss cover amid a capacity crunch.
Louise Lawrence and Leah Caprani of Winckworth Sherwood LLP examine how insurance firms can ensure they provide a safe working environment.
Marcus Campbell and Graham Briggs of DAC Beachcroft explain how brokers can weather the storm of a hardening market.
Nick Elwell-Sutton of Clyde & Co outlines the steps that brokers need to take to comply with the impending regulation.