Insurance Covid-Cast episode 16: “From feast to famine in ten days” – How the travel insurance sector is dealing with the Coronavirus with no sales
In the latest episode of Post and Insurance Age’s video series we gathered together a group of travel insurance experts to discuss how the travel insurance sector is coping with a “tsunami of claims” and whether it will bounce back post-pandemic.
Tracey, who is chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Insurance and Financial Services, got 65.9% of votes in North Warwickshire and Bedworth.
Insurance Cares: Signposting service for older customers has been renewed again following its launch more than six years ago.
Regulator says firms do not generally need to prepare now to meet the changes to their UK regulatory requirements connected to Brexit.
Craig Tracey has thrown his support behind Johnson in the Conservative leadership race but is yet to broach the topic of IPT with the former Foreign Secretary.
Ida Axling discusses the impact of driverless vehicles on the motor insurance industry and why brokers should act now.
He replaces David Lidington and takes over the responsibility for how the discount rate is set.
Ida Axling shares her thoughts on this year’s Autumn Budget.
Attend Broker Morning Matters on 5 October for the inside track from experts on cyber, the gender pay gap and its insurance implications and the potential for disruption as insurtech grows.
The government's response follows the consultation on how the discount rate should be set in the future.
The new normal: Big issues that affect the insurance industry could be put on the back burner or entirely dropped as the fallout from the dramatic general election continues
David Lidington takes over role previously held by Liz Truss.
Truss was behind the cut in the Ogden rate to minus 0.75%.
The MD of Alexander Miller says a hung parliament makes Brexit negotiations more difficult.
Executive director Graeme Trudgill says trade body is ready to greet the new ministers and get back to business.
The general election, an FCA appointment, premium movements, a new commercial division and fraudulent activities make up the top clicked stories in the past week
Insurance Age examines what each of the major political parties has to say on issues affecting the insurance market.
Acquisitions, ghost broker arrests, the discount rate cut and redundancies at Ageas make up this week's top five stories.
ABI and fifteen insurance bosses involved in discussions in Downing Street.
The market has warned that the “crazy” change could see some motor premiums rise by £1,000.
Specialists note that SMEs will also be hit by increased rates.
Trade body warns that up to 36 million customers could face higher premiums after the decision.
The new rate will be effective 20 March 2017.
Claims without medical evidence to be banned.