As the UK emerges from lockdown, and more than a year after Brexit, we consider how insurance requirements have been shaped by recent events, plus the role of the industry in educating customers about the risks of underinsurance.
Most modern forms of transportation have remained fundamentally unchanged for decades; we could be on the cusp of a 'transportation transformation'. So what could the future of mobility look like and how might it affect the insurance industry?
EV is the future… but are fleet managers ready to transition?
The phased ban on new petrol and diesel cars is going to have a seismic impact on the motor market. Influencing which vehicles are bought and how they are run, the move brings a range of challenges for fleet managers.
Our transportation needs are being shaped by a number of factors, such as a desire for ‘greener’ options, advancements in technology and travel habits shaped by the Covid-19 pandemic. Our latest BIBA Guide examines the future of mobility, the legal and regulatory considerations, and what this means for the insurance industry.
At this stage it’s important for brokers to understand the possible impact e-mobility may have on society and businesses and to establish how clients may want to prepare as technology advances. We've created some top tips for businesses that brokers can highlight.
Despite the consultation for open finance being in the early stages, it’s important for brokers to understand the possibilities it may bring if it were to become the norm. We've created some top tips for businesses that brokers can highlight.
Claims Exaggeration – what constitutes fraudulent exaggeration?
In this article James Burge, head of counter fraud, Allianz Insurance plc, outlines what constitutes fraudulent exaggeration, the impacts on the policyholder and how we can work together to reduce the frequency of claim exaggeration.