Keep up with what has been happening this week in our latest insurance news round-up…

Insurance industry may not be able to protect against cyber attacks

CyberCube conducted a range of interviews where senior insurance professionals have said that the dependence on online technology across the world has grown to the point that it might surpass the insurance industry’s ability to fully protect against cyber attacks.

Trump might have been infected by Ex-insurance PR exec

Early this morning, Donald and Melania Trump have both tested positive for Covid-19; it is thought that they may have contracted the coronavirus from the White House ex-insurance senior adviser Hope Hicks.

Specialist insurance brokers all join under unified brand name

PIB Insurance Brokers announced a rebrand of their business in June; which has now been complete as it brings 11 specialist brokers under one name, PIB Insurance Brokers. Companies that are now trading under that name include BKG West, Cobra Insurance, Lorica & more…

Car insurance fall to the lowest level in four years

New research from Compare the Market has shown that the average premium for car insurance has fallen by nearly 10% since the lockdown began; where premiums have been the lowest since summer 2016.

Global Fintech platform receives EMI licence in UK

Global financial technology platform, Nium, has announced that is has received the Electronic Money Institution (EMI) licence from the FCA; this is in order to be able to issue e-money and digital payment services in the UK.

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