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Going in deep to build a picture of property risk

25 April 2018
Andrew Lowe, director of commercial insurance at LexisNexis Risk Solutions, looks at ways insurers and brokers in the property market can prepare and assess the risks caused by subsidence and land movement

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Catching the ‘crash for cash’ fraudsters

16 March 2018
The rise of ‘crash for cash’ scams has been a growing problem over the past few years.

Fast food fraudster fails to scam insurer

23 February 2018
A fast food delivery driver from Merseyside concealed his true occupation and fraudulently purchased black box insurance coverage courtesy o ...

Ogden rate change needs to happen soon

22 February 2018
It’s now almost a year since the highly emotive change to the Ogden discount rate for calculating compensation for personal injury claims wa ...

Telematics – Fighting fraud with technology

06 February 2018
Car insurance fraud is a consistent, and troubling, problem within the industry...

Predictions for 2018 »
Praveen Gupta, Chartered Insurer, looks forward to this year's expected trends
Share and link to achieve the 360-degree customer view »
For well over three decades, contributory insurance databases have provided insurers with a way to verify the data provided by their customers – from past claims to their no-claims discount (NCD) in motor insurance.
The car insurance industry in 2018 »
With car insurance set to increase to an average premium of £1,000 in 2018, drivers will be looking to shop around to reduce their premiums and minimise the rise in costs.
Why insurance is a great place for millennials »
Insurance – it conjures up images of ash-filled rooms, beige interiors and auto cover. But there are new kids in towns: millennials.
How telematics is helping young drivers keep their insurance premiums under control »
Recently we've seen the cost of motor insurance scale new heights, but thanks to the intervention of telematics, young motorists are reaping the rewards of this 'black box' technology.
Evolving board diversity in India »
A new report has revealed trends in terms of female representation across Indian companies.
The Critic and the Customer »
There's always a problem whenever anyone chooses to adopt a 'severest critic' stance. The official definitions of this phrase never make it clear that in many cases the 'severest critic' can also be a best friend.
The future’s bright, the future’s multi-dimensional »
Alan Osborne looks at how software-as-a-service technology and multi-dimensional applications will benefit home and commercial property insurers
What is a Royal Charter? »
In this blog post Joetta Harty examines the oldest form of incorporation in the UK, which was first intended to define the privileges and purpose of corporations.
Testing times »
Studying for the ACII while holding down a full-time job can be a challenge. Anna Barnes offers some tips on how to keep both balls in the air
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