Study Room Features
Church insurance might be niche but there is plenty going on in this market to keep both underwriters and claims specialists busy
With a large percentage of customers wanting to pay for their insurance premiums in monthly instalments, it is no wonder premium finance has become such a large industry, as The Journal discovers
Environmental protection has risen up the political agenda for many years, culminating in the EU’s Environmental Liability Directive. But how has this affected the insurance market? The Journal takes a look...
The reality of super-intelligent robots is moving ever closer and, as The Journal explores, opportunities to make use of artificial intelligence in the insurance sector are growing.
Sam Barrett looks at how and why a growing number of insurers are turning to behavioural economics to improve customer relations and drive sales.
The UK’s new Insurance Act 2015 comes into force in August of this year
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A-Z OF… reputational risk: Even before the WannaCry event, UK CEOs recently rated cyber risk as the second most significant business threat they face
Cyber security and cyber attacks are topics dominating the news and business agendas.
Where war risks cover is purchased as part of aircraft insurance, on what basis will liability coverage for war risks apply?
How can ‘telematics’ be defined?
According to Department for Transport figures, what percentage of young drivers can expect to have an accident within 12 months of passing their driving test?