Blogs

  • The Future of Conduct Regulation

    30/04/2020

    As we moved full steam ahead into 2020, there was a good opportunity to reflect on the future of conduct regulation in the context of a post-Brexit world, a renewed political agenda and a leadership change in progress at the top of the FCA...

  • James Dalton: Adapting to the challenges of COVID-19

    06/04/2020

    As the insurance sector continues to adapt to new challenges in response to COVID-19, Director of General Insurance Policy, James Dalton, has highlighted here some of the action taken by the sector…

  • Environment Agency Chair thoughts on flooding and insurance

    13/03/2020

    Flooding is a dreadful experience, not just during the storms but long afterwards too. The ABI estimate insurers will make payments to customers hit by Storms Ciara and Dennis of over £360 million...

  • WOW moments for International Women’s Day

    06/03/2020

    What better way to spend International Women’s Day, than attending the Women of the World (WOW) conference? Especially with a keynote from the host of The Guilty Feminist podcast, Deborah Frances-White...

  • Finding the right path

    03/03/2020

    It is in many ways too early to tell what the full pension freedoms story is. But it requires a major shift in communication needs that has not been examined in enough detail in the five years since…

  • One size doesn’t fit all

    28/02/2020

    It is one of the generally accepted facts of the modern world that other than in the musical stylings of Frank Zappa, one size does not fit all. From exercise regimens to entertainment, people increasingly expect goods and services...

  • So what do you really think about data use, Britain?

    25/02/2020

    In the ‘80s classic Raiders of the Lost Ark, German army Major Anrold Toht achieves his life dream and finally gets his hands on the mythical Ark of the Covenant. “It’s…

  • Insurance has no part to play in providing for the nation's health - debate!

    21/02/2020

    If that isn’t a provocative statement, I don’t know what is. It is the elephant in the room and why we are holding this debate at our Annual Conference on 25 February. The National Health…

  • Taking back control of prudential regulation

    20/02/2020

    Insurance and regulation

    UK prudential regulation arrives at a crossroads in 2020 and key decisions will soon be made on its future. The UK left the EU on 31 January this year and on 1 January, the EU Exit Implementation Period...

  • Implementing operational resilience in a complex insurance ecosystem

    19/02/2020

    Over the last few years the sector has seen more cyber-attacks and firms are increasingly reliant on technology and automation. To respond, financial sector regulators are bringing their focus on…