Five priorities to make the best of Brexit

Huw Evans

30 September 2016

Our world changed in the early hours of 24th June, just three months ago. For forty years, our world-leading insurance & long-term savings sector has taken for granted a trading relationship with continental Europe, ties that deepened significantly with the development of the single market and passporting in the 1990s. For many leaders in the […]

Diversity of thought and background is essential for insurance industry’s success

Huw Evans

27 September 2016

Today marks the start of London’s Dive In festival to promote diversity and inclusion in the insurance industry. It is a great celebration of the work our sector is doing to get better at supporting talent from all backgrounds. However, the fact that we need a festival says it all; we still have a long […]

Guest blog: Insurance fraud and an industry’s path to greater consumer trust

Paul Scott

15 September 2016

The ongoing cost of insurance fraud was laid bare last week with latest figures showing 2,500 frauds worth £25 million are being detected every week. An increase in ‘slip and trip’ liability frauds and the continually high level of motor frauds means it’s an area ripe for action by insurance companies, to keep costs down and […]