As part of a monthly series, where Post looks into how the insurance industry is set to evolve by 2030, David Worsfold looks at climate change and why tackling it might once again be top of the agenda for most insurers
To survive and thrive in uncertainty, to shore up organisational resilience and remain innovative, insurance firms must embrace diversity and meaningfully embed it in their culture and operating model.
Motor specialist insurer Sabre was pleased overall with the half-year results as the coronavirus pandemic pushed premiums down 14% to £86.9m, CEO Geoff Carter told Post.
Former Zurich UK general insurance CEO Dave Smith has joined AIG UK as a non-executive director and is set to become chair of the risk committee.
The government has appointed former HM Treasury director Nikhil Rathi, currently the CEO of London Stock Exchange plc, as the new CEO of the Financial Conduct Authority.
Being a non-executive director of an insurance business is never boring but it’s fair to say that navigating the way through the current Covid-19 crisis is a completely new challenge and there are critical lessons that can be learnt from past crisis…
Admiral confirmed it will recommend a final dividend for the year to shareholders, as it suspended a special dividend.
On the first Friday in April it is hard to remember what the first Friday in March was truly like. To misquote: that past was a foreign country, we did things differently then.
The Prudential Regulation Authority has warned insurers to “pay close attention” to protecting policyholders and supporting the economy when considering how profits are dished out.
The Financial Conduct Authority has written to stock exchange traded companies that it knows are intending to publish preliminary financial statements in the next few days asking them to delay for at least two weeks due to the coronavirus crisis.
Firms must be ready for coronavirus disruption, the Financial Conduct Authority has cautioned, with organisations’ contingency plans being reviewed and concerns remaining around call centres.
To tie in with his deep dive into the birth of the UK direct insurance market, Jonathan Swift caught up with Direct Line co-founder and Churchill founder and former chairman and CEO Martin Long to talk about the birth and growth of both companies, their…
Lloyd’s has added Angela Crawford-Ingle to its board as chair of its audit committee, also appointing her as the market’s whistleblowers’ champion.
The Financial Conduct Authority has refreshed its Data Strategy, first published in 2013, and set out a “transformation plan” to become a highly data-driven regulator.
Insurance firms must be proactive in tackling “unhealthy” culture issues and misconduct, the Financial Conduct Authority has warned CEOs.
The International Underwriting Association is establishing a new market group to examine the growing impact of climate change policies on a range of insurance activities, including investment, underwriting and risk management, as part of its business…
The Prudential Regulation Authority has rolled out special requirements for Lloyd’s after it emerged that the only anonymous whistleblowing channel for the corporation’s staff did not work for over a year.
The market has hailed Andrew Bailey as having run a steady ship at the Financial Conduct Authority and congratulated him as he heads to the Bank of England to replace Mark Carney.
Andrew Bailey, CEO of the Financial Conduct Authority, will take over from Mark Carney as governor of the Bank of England in March.
Insurance is one of the sectors under the spotlight in a shared policy summary and joint consultation by the Financial Conduct Authority, Prudential Regulation Authority and the Bank of England on incoming requirements to strengthen operational…
It feels as if 2019 was an uncomfortable year for the general insurance market as it never quite seemed to grasp control of its own destiny. Wherever you look, carefully laid plans were derailed by the unexpected – and often unwanted – intervention of…
The former CEO of a mutual insurer is looking at fines and a ban, following a joint investigation by the Financial Conduct Authority and Prudential Regulation Authority.
The regulatory agenda is always something of a concern to the independent non-executive director in the insurance market and keeping a close eye on the 2019 and 2020 plans from both the Financial Conduct Authority and Prudential Regulatory Authority is…
Reserving has been reiterated as a key area of focus for the Prudential Regulation Authority, as the regulator suggested it could use its “formal powers” if insurance firms fail to meet standards.