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British business confidence fell to its lowest since the 2008 financial crisis in May, according to a survey for Lloyds Bank which contrasts with other surveys which have shown a small improvement since the initial shock of the coronavirus lockdown.
The Federation of European Risk Management Associations (FERMA) has called on European Commission to create a resilience framework to address a “severe shortage” of business interruption insurance without physical damage.
A Paris commercial court has ruled that French insurer AXA will have to pay a restaurant owner two months’ worth of coronavirus-related revenue losses, the restaurant’s lawyer said on Friday.
The trustees of the 3i Group Pension Plan have completed a £650m bulk annuity deal with Legal & General.
Tens of thousands of married older women could be entitled to a higher rate of state pension than they are receiving, analysis by LCP has revealed.