UK MPs scrutinise insurers' response to Covid-19

The Treasury Committee writes to the ABI's Huw Evans


EDITORIAL: Will UK insurers step up their coronavirus response?

Ronan McCaughey argues British insurers are avoiding their social responsibility in a time of crisis


UK's policy on Covid-19 closures unlikely to impact insurance coverage

Ability to claim does not hinge on enforced closure, says ABI


Dennis and Ciara will cost UK insurers more than £360m- ABI

Claims related to flooding and windstorm damage make up the pay outs


Competition makes loyalty penalty difficult to end, says Direct Line chief

Penny James addressed the loyalty penalty issue at the ABI conference


Bank of England optimistic Solvency II risk margin will be revised

Anna Sweeney gives her views on 2020 review and post-Brexit reforms


UK insurers cheer Andrew Bailey's appointment as BoE governor

FCA boss will succeed Mark Carney from March 2020


ABI calls for 'urgent' action after Conservative victory in UK election

The ABI implored ministers to address the retirement market, fire safety reforms and climate change


IAIS Abu Dhabi: compromise on global capital standard keeps process on track

Paul Walsh summarises the reaction to today’s agreements that keep the Insurance Capital Standard on track, but not without objections from Canada and questions about US comparability


UK view on US insurance price rise for vapers

It comes amid health concerns about vaping, which involves the use of e-cigarettes