Charles Randell, chair of the Financial Conduct Authority has criticised Google and other social media and technology firms over the continuing proliferation of scams.
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There have been many challenges over the last six months. James Roberts, business development director for insurance at Europcar Mobility Group, believes there is clear evidence that the motor insurance sector has adapted well, responding to customer…
Join Jonathan Swift, Insurance Post content director, and Jaime Hassall, team leader at Highways England, to discuss how road safety is adapting to the challenge of Covid-19, and the key priorities in maintain the UK’s high safety standards.
Last week the High Court found in favour of the Financial Conduct Authority on key issues in the business interruption test case. Post seeks to find out how the market feels about this.
The liquidators of Gibraltar insurer Enterprise have predicted a £31m claims hit from tax avoidance scheme Icebreaker used by Take That and other wealthy creative industries professionals, Post can reveal.
Insurers that do not pay claims swiftly and choose to appeal following the judgment in the Financial Conduct Authority’s business insurance test case could end up paying out more under the Enterprise Act, lawyers have cautioned.
A German court recently fined a driver involved in a crash, ruling that the touchscreen controls used to operate the windscreen wipers should be classified as a distracting electronic device. With vehicles becoming increasingly high tech, DWF product…
Beazley has increased the estimated cost of coronavirus claims to its first party business, in a move labelled “disappointing” by analysts.
On 4 August, a massive explosion devastated the city of Beirut. DAC Beachcroft partner and Forum of Insurance Lawyers member Toby Vallance and DAC Beachcroft solicitor Michael McMillen consider the marine impact of the blast and whether lessons have been…
Kelly Huddleston, credit hire team leader for Covéa, has been crowned winner of the Claims Apprentice 2020. Post caught up with Kelly and sponsor Kennedys’ own Alan Sugar, Suzanne Liversidge about the experience, the process and the challenges
It is important not to lose sight of what is at stake for the policyholders after the landmark ruling in the business interruption insurance test case this week.
A year ago the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse released a report slamming the claims process as it stands and making a raft of recommendations. Post investigates the progress made since then.
As the driver in a fatal autonomous Uber car crash from 2018 was charged with negligent homicide, the insurance industry has warned more needs to be done before introducing Automated Lane Keeping Systems onto UK roads next year.
In a live webinar session taking place on 24 September an expert panel will discuss the lasting impact of the pandemic on claims handling and whether traditional contact centres will cease to exist in a post-Covid insurance world.
Mishcon de Reya is encouraging dental businesses to join its action group against QBE following the High Court verdict in the Financial Conduct Authority’s business interruption test case.
Change can be a daunting prospect. In these uncertain times especially so. Our natural instinct can be to resist. But change is often necessary; it can make us stronger, more resilient and more effective, writes Flood Re CEO Andy Bord.
Investment of £1.2bn on 5267km of roads across Britain could prevent more than 8000 deaths and serious injuries over the next 20 years, according to a report by the Road Safety Foundation and Ageas.
Some of the Insurers involved in the Financial Conduct Authority’s business interruption test case saw share prices increase following the verdict, despite participants being told to pay out for some claims.
QBE has predicted that it faces a $70m (£54.3m) hit net of reinsurance for business interruption claims in the UK after the court ruling yesterday on the BI test case.
Professor Tony Maden, psychiatrist and the former head clinician of Broadmoor’s dangerous and severe personality unit, is facing two separate investigations by the General Medical Council for his role as an expert witness in Ecclesiastical church abuse…
Zurich policies under scrutiny in the Financial Conduct Authority’s business interruption test case are not expected to pay out, the insurer has confirmed in an update.
Insurers have been urged to consider the “reputational damage they may suffer” before appealing the Financial Conduct Authority's business interruption test case judgment.
The Hospitality Insurance Group Action is seeking more members, after a court ruling suggested a policy brokered by Marsh for several insurers is likely to pay out.
Insurer Ecclesiastical has confirmed its business interruption policies are not expected to pay out following a judgment in the Financial Conduct Authority’s High Court test case.