Post Magazine1 - 25th September 2014
Pls slam ABI calls for regulation exclusion for in-house investigators
Private investigators have hit out at the Association of British Insurers after the industry body called for an exclusion for insurers’ in‑house fraud investigation teams from planned regulation of the sector
Attention turns to devolution impact after Scotland rejects independence
Insurance leaders have welcomed Scotland’s rejection of independence from the UK and have vowed to closely monitor how ‘devo max’ proposals will impact the industry, amid calls for other UK regions to be granted greater powers.
Spontaneously combusting hay bales
Agriculture is a specialist segment of the commercial lines market, and one that brings its own unique set of risks. The summer harvest period is a particularly busy time for the farming community – and subsequently for loss adjusters.
RSA exodus all part of CEO Hester’s plan as cutbacks continue
Tara Kneafsey and Paul Greensmith are the latest senior figures to leave the insurer.
Insurers to face “soaring” VAT bills following ECJ rulling
Services supplied between headquarters and branches may now be subject to VAT.
ABI calls for PI regulation exclusion for in house fraud teams
Insurer adherence to FCA should mean exemption.
ABI defends application fraud figures following criticism
Figures are based on Fraud Act 2006 definition.
CILA president targets next generation of loss adjusters
Assissting the progression of young talent central in three pronged approach.
Insurance M&A heating up again after three year slide
Transactions world wide compared with 162 in the same period a year ago.