The U.K. government said on Friday it has delayed revealing its position on the discount rate used to calculate compensation payments for personal injury claims, and has declined to say when it will publish its response. The Ministry of Justice had been due to publish its response to an industry consultation on the cut to
Tuesday, August 8, 2017
From 1st August the Chartered Insurance Institute have rebranded our Chartered logo. The refreshed branding unifies previously separate brands, including the Personal Finance Society, under a common identity using its heritage and royal charter as a more publicly visible mark of our profession. The new logo is a contemporary rendition of the original coat of
Monday, June 5, 2017
The Hettle Andrews Risk Services team are delighted to announce the appointment of Ian Morgan CMIOSH dipNEBOSH PIEMA. Ian has a wealth of experience in health & safety, environmental, safeguarding and security over a period of 9 years and will add further quality experience to our team.
Tuesday, May 23, 2017
The UK Government has imposed a further higher rate of premium tax on all insurance policies. As a result of the autumn 2016 budget statement, Insurance Premium Tax (IPT) is due to rise from its current level of 10% to 12% on Thursday 01 June 2017. We are happy to answer any queries you may
The Enterprise Act 2016 was passed on 4 May 2016, giving policyholders a potential right to claim damages in the event of a late payment. The new law, which will be an amendment to the Insurance Act 2015, will apply to every insurance policy placed or renewed on or after 4 May 2017, if it