Sue Clark appointed as senior underwriter
'Business as usual'
'Consider every possibility'
‘Further clarification’ required
In the event of no deal
In preparation for no-deal
The Health Insurance Group warns
Torquil McLusky explains the importance of understanding statistics properly, and using the information gleened responsibly
FCA report shows how reducing one form has produced another, says Richard Walsh
The UK housing and mortgage market has shown a 'strong degree of resilience' since the result of June's EU referendum, according to a panel of industry experts.
Futures markets had predicted 3% opening fall
Employers are unprepared for the UK leaving the European Union, according to research from Jelf Employee Benefits conducted only seven days prior to the referendum.
Over two thirds of insurers, brokers, and service providers in the Lloyd's of London insurance market have warned that leaving the European Union would ‘severely damage' business.
Britain leaving the European Union is not worth the risk when assessing the economic impacts, according to Aviva group CEO Mark Wilson.
With the implementation of Solvency II around the corner, Silverfinch's John Dowdall sets out priorities for all insurers.
Compensation claims for data breaches can now be made regardless of whether or not financial loss occurred, law firm Moore Blatch has warned following a recent ruling.
Obesity can constitute a disability in the workplace within definitions of the equality legislation, the EU's Court of Justice has ruled.
A government review of how the European Union impacts UK health has started and will run until next Summer.
The Consumer Panel Working Group has warned against EU rules potentially diluting the FOS' work in publishing complaints data.
Imminent legislation is going affect the amount of critical illness cover people get for their cash. Mark Jones looks at the EU Gender Directive
Protection is seen as a key growth area by IFAs with almost two thirds optimistic about increasing business in the sector this year.
Every time the NHS comes under pressure in the UK, the voices for a move to a co-payment system supported by private medical insurance (PMI) come to the fore.
Jonathan Rees, director general of the Government Equalities Office, has reassured insurers there will not be a ban on age-based insurance pricing in the near future.
Representatives of the European insurance industry have written to the European Commissioner for the Internal Market and Services, Michel Barnier, to ensure that the "overly conservative and prescriptive" elements it believes are contained in the draft...