XL Catlin suffered $240.1m (£182m) of natural catastrophe losses in the second quarter of 2016 compared with $59.9m in the same period last year.
Post understands Jack Howell, regional officer for Generali Asia, has resigned.
Atrium Syndicate 609 has decided to stop accepting business on its Lloyd's Singapore platform after eight years in operation.
China's dramatic flooding over the last month has once again highlighted the prevalence of underinsurance in the country.
Swiss Re Corporate Solutions has appointed Jingwei Jia as CEO of its China operations.
"Meu-Yu" monsoon rains led to multiple rounds of significant flooding across central and southern China throughout June killing at least 186 people across 26 provinces.
Ratings agency Standard & Poor's is concerned there could be "carcasses on the side of the road" for offshore reinsurers using hedge fund strategies.
Munich Re is looking to speed up the sale of its Australia and New Zealand specialist insurer Great Lakes Australia.
Andrew Horton, CEO of Beazley, is in Singapore this week to celebrate 10 years writing business in the continent.
Lloyd's MGA Nexus has bought Hong Kong-based marine MGA Beacon Underwriters for an undisclosed sum.
Tom Hughes has been appointed head of marine Australia for XL Catlin.
China has introduced its first household earthquake insurance policy.
The Warragamba dam, one of Sydney's largest reservoirs, is going to have its wall extended in a multi-million dollar renovation.
Allianz has appointed Robin Loh in a newly created role - chief digital officer, Asia-Pacific.
Eric Gao, chairman and CEO of Lloyd's (China) has been promoted to head of the Greater China region leading teams in Beijing, Hong Kong and Shanghai.
Ace has switched its name in New Zealand to Chubb Insurance New Zealand following its purchase of Chubb's global operations.
Insurers are looking for new ways into China’s underserved market, yet a successful digital strategy will not only require investment but the right type of partnership
Allianz Global Corporate and Specialty has strengthened its global aviation team with three senior appointments.
The entry deadline for the Claims Awards Asia-Pacific 2016 is 30 June.
Andrew Tjaardstra met with Amelie Breitburd, chief financial officer of Axa Asia at the insurer's Asia headquarters in Quarry Bay on Hong Kong Island.
Louisa Lu has joined XL Catlin in Singapore as senior underwriter - casualty for Asia-Pacific.
Axa is looking to "focus and transform" its business by 2020 as it seeks to boost underlying earnings per share by between 3-7% per year.
Global insurer Axa wants to grow its underlying profits in Asia to €900m (£690m) by the end of 2020 from €551m last year.
According to the Insurance Council of Australia June's east coast storms will cost insurers A$235m (£120m) in claims.