Change is targeting Lloyd’s from all angles, and there is more to come. For now, most Lloyd’s businesses will be preparing for site visits from the market’s franchise board.
looks at the new face..
The draft is finally on its way but European insurers are rocking the boat
Insurers should get their first look at the long-awaited interim International Financial Reporting Standard (IFRS) for insurance at the end of this..
Davies softens to insurers’ workload
Senior managers have a lot on their plate, said outgoing chairman of the Financial Services Authority (FSA) Sir Howard Davies in London recently. Unusually sympathetic to the lot of insurers Sir..
European insurers are becoming increasingly nervous over new accounting standards proposed by the IASB. But what will the changes really mean for your business?
Peter Wright, senior consultant at Tillinghast-Towers Perrin, explains what every insurer..
Knee-jerk reactions to business scandals have created an uneven spread of corporate governance approaches in the UK and Europe. The new Code should help iron out some of the disparity but there is a lot..
Insurers of UK liability insurance have averted radical system change following the outcome of not one but two government reports. But as buyers continue to be pressured by rising premium costs change is still on..
Industry assured ombudsman will not backdate CoB rules in complaints
The Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) has come out in defence of the Treasury’s decision to consult on granting the ombudsman powers to consider complaints about sales..
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