• Pensions Dashboards: Three Ways to Get the UK Saving


    In this blog, Capco’s Sanjiva Perera and Jamie Saunders share how pensions providers can use upcoming Pensions Dashboard demands to strengthen their competitive advantage while incentivising UK savers to engage with their finances and accrue healthier pension pots in three key - digital - ways.

  • Consumer protection need not hold up pension transfers


    Two well intentioned consultations from DWP and the FCA have widespread support, tackling the crucial issues of scams and uptake of guidance. But as they are progressed they should avoid making regular pension transfers clunkier and slower.

  • The Official Injury Claims Portal is a big win for consumers


    Our Director of General Insurance Policy, James Dalton, explains how the launch of the Official Injury Claims Portal is a big win for consumers, giving them a free, independent service to claim compensation for certain road traffic injuries without the need for legal help.

  • Delivering fair value: An opportunity for the insurance and long-term savings industry


    In this Guest blog José Morago, Adviser to Huntswood for Risk and Regulation, explores how vital it is, in the current landscape for insurance and long-term savings firms to deliver value through the cost and design of insurance products but also through providing support to customers at every part of their journey.

  • Revisions to Solvency II guidance have potential to release capital to invest in growth of the UK economy


    Could optimising the efficiency and effectiveness of the prudential regime help free up capital and have wide reaching impacts across the UK economy as a whole? Read James Isden’s, Insurance Director at KPMG, latest blog to find out more.

  • Making Flexible Work


    To coincide with an appearance at a session of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Women and Work, our Executive Sponsor for Diversity and Inclusion, Yvonne Braun, has written a blog about the Making Flexible Work campaign, why it matters and how this is a watershed moment for our industry.

  • Why implementing the Mental Health Standards can make a vital difference for customers


    As an ABI member who has already implemented many of the actions required in the Mental Health Standards, Helen Dick at Scottish Widows explains the difference it's already made.

  • How can insurers help employers support their employees’ mental wellbeing?


    As we adapt to new ways of working, employers will have a duty of care to manage their employees’ wellbeing during a period of further change. Find out how insurers can play a part in Jo's latest blog for Mental Health Awareness Week.

  • Sun, sea, sand and Covid


    Travelling overseas will feel very different when it resumes albeit in a very limited way from 17 May. But one thing has not changed – for anyone travelling overseas (in compliance with FCDO advice) travel insurance will remain essential to have.

  • Work together and stamp out pension scams


    On 4 May, Nicola Parish (Executive Director, The Pensions Regulator) spoke at our Saving and Financial Wellbeing webinar on the subject of pension scams. This blog is based on her speech and calls for the industry to take action on protecting customers from pension scams. The on-demand video of the event will be available on our website in the coming weeks.