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.
Our Membership intern Hugo Fulford blogs about his experience at the ABI, what drew him to the organisation and what he’s learned from his internship…
Ahead of today’s church service marking the official decommissioning of the HMS Illustrious, ABI’s Louise Hanson looks back on the relationship that the Association of British Insurers – and that her family personally – had with the World War II aircraft carrier.
Not since the Autumn Statement replaced the Pre-Budget Report in 2010 has the UK’s second fiscal event taken place against a backdrop of greater uncertainty. With the twin unknowns of a Trump Presidency and the (shifting) shape of Brexit looming over all, it was an opportunity for the new Chancellor to set out his stall […]
“I want to start with what I intend as an unambiguous statement; namely that the culture of firms and the people that make them up – and of course therefore the culture of industries insofar as it can be generalised – is of the utmost importance to financial regulators”
After #Brexit, #uncertainty is arguably the top trending word for UK businesses in 2016. And let’s not beat around the bush: the news doesn’t look good. Article 50 is yet to be triggered meaning businesses are likely to remain in limbo for a long time while trade agreements are decided. Additionally the markets are reacting […]
Ahead of the ABI Annual Conference next week, AIG Europe Limited CEO & Board Director and CEO of AIG UK, Anthony Baldwin encourages the insurance industry to look to the future…
How a society treats its disabled and sick workers is increasingly an economic as well as a social issue. So it is encouraging to see the Government start to address both with its recent Green paper on ‘Improving Lives’.