Keep up with what’s been happening this week in our insurance news round-up…
Government borrowing has risen to its highest October level in five years amid evidence that the slowing of the economy, increased spending and Brexit preparations have taken its toll on Britain’s finances.
In its latest attempt by Lloyd’s to stamp out a culture of sexism and bullying at the market, the City institution decided to put posters up in the toilets of nearby pubs including The Grapes and The New Moon.
The Allstate Corporation has announced pre-tax catastrophe losses of $237 million for the month of October.
Shares in Aviva slipped on Wednesday after the insurer announced plans to restructure its business and sell of its Hong Kong division in a bid to revive investor interest in the group
Finance and insurance firms invested more in cyber security last year than companies from any other sector, analysis of UK government data has found.