Law firm Clyde & Co highlights the need for insurers to ask searching questions
The focus is understood to be if managing agents' activities constitute 'distribution'
Governments have profited from the support they offered trade credit insurers during the Covid-19 pandemic. Insurers say they have no regrets, but are looking forward to the end of state aid. David Walker reports
The rules are due to become effective on 31 March 2022
CEO Mario Greco says "climate change is the greatest risk there is"
But EY scored UK insurers lowest for environmental initiatives across European markets
RMS's Robert Muir-Wood proposes policies to help minimise pandemic risk
Financial Conduct Authority revises timelines for general insurance reforms
NFU Mutual won risk team of the year in InsuranceERM's UK & Europe 2021 awards. The provider's risk director and chief risk officer Iain Baker shares the mutual insurer's pro-active strategy and steps to success with Ronan McCaughey
ABI members expect to pay up to £2.5bn, across all lines, in pandemic claims from last year