2021 and beyond: will manufacturers become the new vehicle insurers?
Automotive & Vehicle Technology
Our experts anticipate the impact of COVID-19 and recent legal developments on catastrophic injury claims.
2021 and beyond: a look at the effects of COVID-19, the changing risk and regulatory landscape, climate change, technology and innovation, global changes, data protection and cyber risk.
The year ahead heralds a period of considerable change in the costs industry.
Protection and security of data continues to be a fundamental priority for the insurance industry.
Data Protection & Cyber Security
What does the increasing commitment to diversity and inclusion in society and in business mean for the insurance industry?
Diversity & Inclusion
As the concept of ESG is evolving in the insurance industry, we consider how it will become a central part of business strategy for insurers.
Environmental, Social & Governance
Conduct, Culture and Financial Crime will be key regulatory watchwords in 2021.
Financial Services Regulation
The big themes anticipated in the fraud environment are COVID-19 and its economic impact, and the whiplash reforms.
Our experts explore the latest activity in the healthcare sector and what significant changes will have an impact on claims within the sector beyond 2021.
We draw out the key challenges for local authorities in 2021 and beyond.
Our experts review the many ways in which COVID-19 has affected the London Market and how its impact will develop beyond 2021.
Have the events of the last year had an impact on M&A activity in the industry?
Geopolitical tensions, a surge in catastrophe losses, and COVID-19 have all had an impact on marine insurance.
Marine & Transport Insurance
The whiplash reforms and advancing vehicle technology continue to dominate the landscape.
The fallout from COVID-19 looms large over the casualty claims handling landscape, but there are other emerging issues of potential significance.
Occupational Health, Casualty & Disease
We explore the impact of departing from the European Union, and the effects of the global pandemic for product liability and recall claims.
Product Liability & Recall
Our experts suggest that a direct impact of COVID-19 and the switch to home working will dominate a number of important sectors in the professional indemnity market in 2021.
We discuss the key issue of Qualified One Way Costs Shifting (QOCS) and other issues impacting the market in Scotland.
The accelerated use of certain technologies due to COVID-19 has resulted in a very different landscape from the one anticipated at the start of 2020.
Technology in Claims Handling
Cyber security, climate change, and ESG remain significant issues and areas of risk.
The International Perspective
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