The British Insurers Brokers’ Association has sent a letter to members of the government, setting out their member’s opinions on what should be considered as the UK heads towards exiting the European Union.
Global insurance broker Marsh had a solid second quarter of 2016.
Insurance Europe has questioned the ability of a services passport to ensure that a service provider is able to satisfy cross-border insurance obligations, in response to a European Commission consultation.
The Insurance Act is coming into force in two weeks and it will have a significant impact on reinsurers. Here is what they should watch out for in particular.
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.
Hiscox could set up a separate EU registered business if the UK loses access to the common market, the company’s CEO has said.
Cunningham Lindsey has appointed Tobias Walter as managing director of its German operations. He replaces Dr Ulrich Mann.
Lloyd's of London insurer Beazley is working to ensure its Irish reinsurance business gains access to the European market, even if Lloyd's loses its pass-porting rights.
Following the UK electorate’s vote to leave the European Union, there has been a lot of crystal ball gazing as to what it might mean for the insurance industry.
The $250bn (£175bn) European insurance run-off market is now big business.
As member of the Allianz SE board of management, responsible for global insurance lines, Anglo markets and Russia, Axel Theis is a busy man. Post caught a few moments during a brief trip to London to find out what's in store for this global company.
Am Trust International has acquired Arc Legal Assistance for an undisclosed amount.
Guernsey is carrying out a strategic review into how it can become a “more important player” as an international insurance hub.
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The UK has voted to leave the EU. What will this mean for the insurance industry?
Tokio Marine Kiln said it would offer a greater range of specialist policy lines following a restructure of its underwriting operation.
Law firm Clyde & Co is expanding its European network with a new office in Dusseldorf through the hire of two leading insurance partners, Henning Schaloske and Dr Tanja Schramm and insurance counsel, Dr Daniel Kassing.
Two French lobby groups have combined to form the French Insurance Federation, representing over 99% of the local market.
Insurers have two years to adapt to the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation, at least until the timetable and details of Brexit are clarified.
Swiss-headquartered insurance giant Zurich has sold its South Africa operations to Toronto-headquartered Fairfax Financial Holdings for an undisclosed sum.
Ratings agency Standard & Poor's is concerned there could be "carcasses on the side of the road" for offshore reinsurers using hedge fund strategies.
Arthur J Gallagher has acquired an 85% stake in Swedish specialist insurance and reinsurance broker Brim AB.
The historic relationship between Malta and the UK will provide opportunities for insurance businesses following Brexit, Maltese insurer Building Block has said.
Andrew Horton, CEO of Beazley, is in Singapore this week to celebrate 10 years writing business in the continent.