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Aon chief warns that insurance industry is losing its relevance - Financial Times

Financial Times

Aon chief warns that insurance industry is losing its relevance
Financial Times
Mr Case was speaking after announcing that he has extended his contract with Aon, the world's second-largest insurance broker by market capitalisation, for another three years. He is now due to leave in 2023, by which time he will have held the job for ...


Predictive analytics power cyber-insurance industry - Raconteur

Raconteur

Predictive analytics power cyber-insurance industry
Raconteur
Insurance and assistance provider The Collinson Group uses a variety of predictive analytical tools to flash through terabytes of data to find variables, some of which it hadn't considered, to help predict customer risk and purchasing behaviour. With ...


Kinsu: The “kind” app promising to change the way you feel about insurance - Real Business

Real Business

Kinsu: The “kind” app promising to change the way you feel about insurance
Real Business
Offering something different in an industry that's traditionally complex and uninspiring, Kinsu is the new app promising to make insurance simple and transparent for consumers, whilst making the industry a force for social good. For every home contents ...


Check your insurance: This is how many cars were seized and ... - Cambridge News

Cambridge News

Check your insurance: This is how many cars were seized and ...
Cambridge News
Cambridgeshire police have been seizing almost six cars a day - and some are being crushed. And among those drivers caught by police with no insurance were a clown and a man driving his gran's 'motability' vehicle. Last year (2017) officers seized a ...

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Coface CEO: Insurance in Israel is competitive market - גלובס

גלובס

Coface CEO: Insurance in Israel is competitive market
גלובס
The insurance market in Israel is composed of almost exclusively Israeli companies. Two of the world's largest international insurance groups previously operated in Israel: AIG and Generali, which controlled Migdal Insurance and Financial Holdings Ltd ...

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Xylella insurance compensation for growers and garden centres mooted - Horticulture Week

Horticulture Week

Xylella insurance compensation for growers and garden centres mooted
Horticulture Week
In the UK, HTA horticulture head Raoul Curtis-Machin says a similar scheme could link to the Plant Health Assurance Scheme, which is being piloted at nurseries aiming to improve plant health management at nursery level to help mitigate against the ...

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British building material fire tests inadequate - insurance body - Reuters

Reuters

British building material fire tests inadequate - insurance body
Reuters
LONDON (Reuters) - British laboratory tests on the fire safety of building materials are inadequate, research for the insurance industry in the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire showed on Wednesday. FILE PHOTO - The burnt out remains of the Grenfell ...

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International General Insurance Holdings (IGI) unveils major transformation program - Insurance Business

Insurance Business

International General Insurance Holdings (IGI) unveils major transformation program
Insurance Business
International General Insurance Holdings (IGI) has revealed it has undergone a major change program, which it says has future-proofed its risk, capital and actuarial modelling capabilities. The insurer, which has a wholly-owned subsidiary in the UK and ...


The slow death of the high street as insurance shop closures continue - Insurance Times

Insurance Times

The slow death of the high street as insurance shop closures continue
Insurance Times
The slow death of the high street as insurance shop closures continue. By Scott McGee25 April 2018. iStock-504648040. The number of insurance shop fronts plummeted in 2017, with business moving online. But A-Plan aims to buck the trend and is opening ...


Insurance Ad Banned for Encouraging Children to Eat Money - Gizmodo UK

Gizmodo UK

Insurance Ad Banned for Encouraging Children to Eat Money
Gizmodo UK
One of those adverts people who need murdering find funny has been banned. Hooray. But it's only a small ban to make sure children don't copy what it inadvertently suggests doing. The ad in question is one of the execrable shrieking examples created ...

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