Mixed response as brokers mobilise to support clients through the coronavirus crisis as some are forced to furlough staff.
Insurance Age commissioning editor, Laurence Eastham, and news editor, Ida Axling, discuss the top stories of the week.
The Insurtech UK chairman and Wrisk executive chairman said the “mini meteorite” of Covid-19 has put insurtechs at risk of underfunding.
Consumer Intelligence warned that telematics restrictions following coronavirus may hit youngest drivers hardest.
Insurance Age finds out how Simon Mabb, managing director of Romero Insurance, has adapted to changes in working practices amid the Covid-19 outbreak.
The insurtech body has signed an open letter seeking additional support for start-ups from the government, as well as warning insurers against turning away from insurtech partners.
Broking, underwriting and travel profits all fell, as the group renegotiates its loans to accommodate for lengthy travel suspensions.
Insurance Age finds out how Peter Robinson, managing director of Prizm Solutions, has adapted to changes in working practices amid the Covid-19 outbreak.
The management consulting firm warns of a coming trade-off between maintaining the economic integrity of the business and maintaining customer trust, as it outlines how European insurers can manage the impact of coronavirus.
Marketplace has issued detailed guidance on premium non-payment, binding authority contracts, administrative requirements, claims resilience, and audits.
Biba's executive director, Graeme Trudgill, addresses the big question around business interruption and Covid-19.
John Glen said the government is in continual dialogue with insurance sector as he restates companies without the right cover will require support from elsewhere.
Insurance Age finds out how Paul Anscombe, CEO of Seventeen Group, has adapted to changes in working practices amid the Covid-19 outbreak.
Industry experts warn providers are not treating customers fairly as brokers call for clarity on unoccupied properties.
Brokers hit back over business interruption following criticism of the entire insurance industry as some call for government assistance in getting the message across.
Company said the number of policies it manages, as well as income per policy, had risen over 2019.
Insurance Age finds out how Bryan Banbury, managing director of Russell Scanlan, has adapted to changes in working practices amid the Covid-19 outbreak.
Marcus Campbell and Graham Briggs of DAC Beachcroft discuss what brokers need to know to best protect their clients as the Covid-19 pandemic continues.
The coronavirus crisis has forced us all to adapt. Here, for the very first time, we have the digital-only edition of Insurance Age.
Guide aims to help CII members access support schemes offered by the government.
Last week, the Committee wrote to ABI director general Huw Evans requesting insurer data in relation to the coronavirus crisis.
The former insurance broker chats to Insurance Age about his first few months in Parliament, what he learned from working in the insurance sector and how he is dealing with the coronavirus crisis.
Research reveals fast food companies and gyms are communicating more with clients about the coronavirus pandemic than insurance providers.
Insurance Age editor, Sian Barton, and content director, Jonathan Swift, discuss the top stories this week and talk about their own experience of the coronavirus lockdown.