Lawrence Finkle examines the moral and economic case for supporting mental health at work
HOME IS WHERE THE SMART IS
With some form of automation now in place in nearly three quarters of homes, Sam Barrett examines the challenges and opportunities for the insurance sector
As a former broker and now MP for north Warwickshire and Bedworth, Craig Tracey has a rounded view of the insurance profession.
Shattering the peace
The government has once again allowed fracking to take place in the UK, causing an outcry among environmentalists. But what is the position for insurers?
Oh cover, where art thou?
With global M&A booming, Tim Evershed explains why demand for deal insurance continues to grow
The cost of risk?
Insurance costs come under the microscope as increasing numbers of people struggle to find the money for premiums
Taking to the skies
The Insurance Apprentice Network explores how the ever-growing drone industry will cross over into the world of insurance
All or nothing, or take a chance?
Graham Bartlett assesses the implications for the insurance sector arising from the recent case of Dalamd Limited v Butterworth Spengler Commercial Limited
Telematics for the people
Telematics insurance has helped cut car casualties among 17 to 19-year-olds by 35%, clearing the way for mass-market adoption of this groundbreaking technology
In his first president’s letter, Jonathan Clark outlines his plans for the coming year…
In this month’s column, we explain why there’s something for every member in our eBook and print collections
Barbara Schönhofer, founder of Insurance Supper Club (ISC) and supporter of the CII Insuring Women’s Futures (IWF) campaign, has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s 2018 Birthday Honours List, in recognition for her services to women in business.
The CII has produced a series of four 20-minute webinars based on the report, The Future of Commercial Insurance Broking, presented by Konselio and PKF Littlejohn.
Household insurance study published