This week Sam Woods referred to Solvency II indigestion, and suggested that some tweaks and amendments were needed by way of digestif.
“We, as insurers and reinsurers, can help at each of these critical turning points on the path to true resilience and security despite the unexpected twists of life.”
The ABI’s David Jordorson, Policy Adviser, Taxation, reflects on tax issues from the Chancellor’s spring budget…
James Dalton lays out the issues with the Discount Rate decision. This blog originally appeared in the Insurance Post online on Monday 13th March.
In the latest installment of our ABI Career’s blog series, Senior Policy Adviser, Motor & Liability Ben Howarth talks about his own experience of working at the ABI and the skills he’s developed since joining the team…
Our Digital & Web Officer Abigail Cartledge discusses the challenges that come with being a working parent, and about how employers can best support …
Automated driving is getting increasingly close to becoming a reality, with trials of ‘hands free’ driving already happening on UK roads. Today is the first chance MPs have to debate the legislation that will set how the first wave of automated vehicles are insured. Insurers want to play a central role in helping manage the […]
Given the events of the past 12 months it’s hard to predict what this year will bring. Whatever happens however, 2017 marks the 10 year anniversary of one of the most significant years in technological advancement: 2007.
Chairman of Intelligence Capital Limited Avinash Persaud blogs on the shortcomings of Solvency II in its current form.
Thousands of people every year suffer the kind of tragic injuries that mean they will spend the rest of their life receiving medical treatment and care. No amount of financial compensation can make up for that but insurance is there to help people get their lives back on track.