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A new report highlights some of the changes afoot in the insurance industry.
According to the UK’s Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB), more than 60 per cent of the UK’s general insurance market has signed up to the Insurance Fraud Register (IFR).
According to Aon Benfield, severe weather in the US is expected to cost insurers more than US$2 billion in March.
Which? has provided consumers with ‘six essential steps’ to getting the best insurance deal.
According to the Insurance Council of New Zealand, the majority of November 2016 earthquake claims will be complete by the end of the year.
According to Allianz SE, nearly half of global premium growth in 2016 can be attributed to China.
New research published by Willis Re has found that risk to US property from thunderstorms is as high as from hurricanes.
Travellers’ concerns are rising after the US Government announced a ‘full review of all US policies towards Cuba’.
A record-breaking number of international visitors travelled to Mexico in 2016.
Collinson Group has issued advice for companies on how to prepare for potential difficulties their staff may face when travelling abroad for work.
The Insurance Council of New Zealand recently released its first Fair Insurance Code annual report.