Rugby World Cup-winning coach Sir Clive Woodward talks to The Journal
INTERRUPT RESPONSE TIME
Is this the year the profession learns the lessons of the past?
BREAKING NEW GROUND
Luke Holloway investigates how artificial intelligence is about to revolutionise the motor claims sector
The CII is encouraging firms in the insurance and financial advice sectors to start disclosing their gender pay information ahead of next April’s deadline, regardless of whether or not they are required to.
Eleven teams competed in this year’s Insurance Institute of Halifax annual quiz, ‘Judge Fudge and the Arbiters’ finishing as clear winners.
The Insurance Institute of Guildford young professionals group continues to go from strength to strength, with its second event held in November, themed for Halloween.
Local insurance and financial services professionals came together to celebrate their latest achievements at Birmingham Insurance Institute’s (BII) annual presentation evening.
Two UK institutes, Mid-Kent and Reading, have been formally recognised by The Insurance Charities for their hard work and effort in raising awareness and funds for the charity.
The bad habits of AI
Duncan Minty examines the increasingly urgent need to address gender bias in artificial intelligence.
Leading from the front
Increasing regulation, the GDPR and Brexit are all putting directors at higher risk of investigation than ever before. Sam Barrett explains why cover is essential.
A helping hand
Some 62% of those living in the UK can name at least one relative who has been in the military, past or present, so looking after the insurance needs of this group specifically would impact many lives. However, it seems the insurance sector has been slow to pick up the challenge.
In October 2017, the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) revealed that it has been monitoring how firms have implemented the consumer renewal disclosure rules, which came into force in April 2017.