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Repairing the damage to the image of our industry

Insurance has a long way to go to regain the public’s trust and companies must approach CSR as a long-term partnership and commitment
Diversity Focus

Kenny Hogg joins AJ Gallagher to lead Scottish operations

Hogg joins broker from Bluefin
United Kingdom People moves

Judgment has serious ramifications for contractors

United Kingdom Legal focus

UK insurers remain reluctant converts to convertible bonds

Offering a compelling risk-return profile and interest rate hedging, convertibles appear increasingly attractive and allocations from insurers are increasing across Europe. However, convertibles do not always fit neatly into insurer portfolios, and remain an afterthought for many in the UK
Europe United Kingdom

Leveraging data to contain the costs of motor liability claims

As the motor insurance industry braces itself for the new claims regime in the wake of the Civil Liability Bill, the use of driving behaviour data to understand claims more fully and manage them more cost-effectively, will be a key factor in the future profitability of the market

Claims Management Renewals

'99.5% of people in the industry wake up in the morning intending to do the right thing'

If the insurance industry does not respond in time, the government will replace what it sees as the industry’s lack of professional conduct with more regulation, which is not the right solution for dealing with the competitive challenges facing the London market, says the chief executive of the CII
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