Claims – A Lighter View

With the recent doom and gloom of natural disasters, economic belt tightening and the not too distant memories of weather and snow disruption , it is always good to remember of the lighter side of life.  In line with this, one insurer has released some very interesting details of its most weird and wonderful motor insurance claims. One customer […]

Japan Earthquake

Following the recent earthquake and tsunami in Japan, which left an estimated 10,000 people either missing or dead, Insurers have delivered their first verdict on the effect of damage costs to the global insurance community. Whilst the Lloyds market in London have played down speculation about how hard they would be hit by the effect […]

Quinn UK market re-entry

Quinn’s administrators have this week confirmed that they are targeting a re-entry into the UK commercial market, meaning that brokers may see a return of the insurance products withdrawn after the recent Administration of the Company. Many brokers wait with baited breath to see what form the commercial re-entry will take and when this will […]

Quinn Insurance Pushing For Full UK Return

Quinn Insurance is reported to have been given the go ahead to make a partial re-entry into the UK insurance market, with the Irish Financial Regulator allowing it to write motor insurance cover for holders of provisional driving licences in the UK – this accounts for about 10%  of Quinn’s revenue.  Quinn is also pushing to […]

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