Zurich NA Mike Foley to retire...
Kathleen Savio to succeed
Harvey insured loss $15.9bn...
PCS first loss estimate
Pioneer Lloyd's start
approved for 1.1
UIB appoints new FD...
Keith Gribben replaces Anderson
Allstate to take $553mn net Harvey loss...
Gross losses of $576mn will be reduced by $23mn reinsurance
RMS predicts Irma insured loss $25-35bn...
US and Caribbean economic loss up to $95bn
Talanx, the largest shareholder in Hannover Re may miss its 2017 profits target following the roll call of heavy cat events in the second half of this year.
The Ardonagh Group, the private equity owned parent company of Towergate and highly regarded London wholesaler Price Forbes, has reported revenues for the first half of the year of £169.1mn...
Opening its annual conference in Tokyo this week, the president of the International Union of Marine Insurance (IUMI), Dieter Berg warned marine insurers that they are facing a new era of disruption
Delegates at the International Union of Marine Insurance’s (IUMI) annual conference have been told international governments need to up their game when dealing with marine casualties.
The Chairman of the international Union of Marine insurance's (IUMI) Ocean Hull Committee, has warned underwriters they need to re-examine their approach to cyber risk.
The Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility (CCRIF), the World Bank sponsored risk pool that provides cat cover to its Caribbean members based on parametric triggers, has now paid over $100mn following Hurricane Irma.
XL Group is moving its principal European insurance company, XL Insurance Company, from the UK to Ireland next year in response to the UK’s decision to leave the EU.
Leading figures from across the energy insurance sector have had their say on the market’s current and future prospects in a special roundtable at the annual Houston marine Insurance Seminar...
The chair of the International Union of Marine Insurance (IUMI) Cargo Committee, Nick Derrick has warned the specialist marine market that it has to evolve to stay sustainable..
French reinsurance powerhouse Scor said regardless of the track or scale of the losses from Hurricane Irma, the market will be changed by the lessons learnt.
Despite uncertainty over the final loss picture for H2, industry leaders gathered at the Monte Carlo Rendez-Vous were sceptical that the industry's excess capital would be drained away.
Swiss Re’s head of Reinsurance is urging the industry to take a considered approach to cyber given the potential aggregation risks
R&Q founder Ken Randall was once head of Lloyd's regulation but it was the processing and managemnent of its legacy business where he acquired a reputation as a no-nonsense run-off expert.
(Re)insurance workers and tourists were caught up in an emergency bomb scare in Leadenhall Market today (19 September) READ MORE
As Irma flattened swathes of the Caribbean and was barrelling its way to Florida, industry CEOs were carefully on message in emphasising the human cost of catastrophes. Apart from a curiously off message Lloyd’s CEO Inga Beale... READ MORE
Austerity to take a grip in Monte Carlo
this year? Angerstein looks at the belt tightening... READ MORE
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