RSA is selling its businesses in the Baltics and Poland for £300m – a move which will add around £200m to the insurer’s net assets.
Will the recent Balva scandal have any bearing on the future of European passporting rights. Francesca Nyman investigates.
Polish insurer PZU’s plan to expand further into the Baltics is unlikely to add value to the group, according to Wood & Company analyst Mark Macrae.
Norwegian mutual insurer Skuld has joined forces with Alandia Marine to bring Skuld's protection and indemnity products to Alandia's members and clients.
With all the turmoil across the Eurozone and with regulatory upheaval ahead, it seems it could be an interesting time for the bancassurance market, as Jakki May reports.
Windstorm Ulli is passing through Scandinavia and is expected to dissipate as it moves over the Baltic Sea today.
Despite a slowdown compared with 2010, Coface is expecting the steady pace of growth of emerging countries to continue, forecasting their economies to grow at 5.7%, in 2011.
Insurance Insight September is now live with an in-depth interview RSA’s Latvian CEO Tara Kneafsey, a review of the Danish insurance market, and an analysis of where the best place is to headquarter a European insurer.
Sweden has attracted a lot of attention recently, not least because of RSA's growth plans there and the opening of a new Lloyd's representative office. Lynn Rouse speaks to Markel's general manager in Sweden Anne-Sofia Hedin to get a better of idea why...