Keep up with what’s been happening this week in our insurance news round-up…

 

IFS manifesto verdict: neither Tories nor Labour have credible spending plan

The Institute for Fiscal Studies has attacked the spending plans of the UK’s two main parties, saying neither election manifesto “is a properly credible prospectus”

Actuaries criticise lack of pension policies in political party manifestos

The Association of Consulting Actuaries (ACA) has criticised a lack of pension policies put forwarded by UK political parties in their recently published manifestos.

Security professionals view cyber insurance as a ‘necessary evil’

Around a third of cyber security professionals believe that cyber insurance is a good thing, however a recent social media poll also confirmed that many cyber security staff view this type of insurance as a ‘necessary evil’.

Gallagher to buy reinsurance broker Capsicum Re

Arthur J. Gallagher & Co has agreed and signed head of terms for a deal that will see the global brokerage take 100% ownership of Capsicum Reinsurance Brokers LLP, a full-service international reinsurance broker.

Aviva Renewable Energy launches exclusively through UK brokers

Aviva has launched a renewable energy offering exclusively through UK brokers targeting renewable energy companies that operate domestically and abroad.

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