Guy Carpenter has appointed Roelant de Haas as Benelux region chief executive, effective 1 September.
Telematics provider Risk Technology has partnered with insurance solutions company Chipin to launch a pricing usage based insurance and fleet telematics solution in the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg.
Ace Group has appointed Hendrik-Jan Wiersema as its global client executive focusing on the Benelux region.
Amlin Europe has announced “a small number” of redundancies at its Antwerp office.
For the first time in decades Dutch citizens can purchase flood insurance but should the product be compulsory? Francesca Nyman explains.
Despite 98% of continental European firms experiencing a cyber incident in the past five years, research has found that a significant proportion are unprepared to deal with this threat in the future.
Covéa Insurance, the business created from the merger of MMA Insurance and Provident Insurance, has confirmed the members of its executive team.
ING said on Wednesday that 1,350 jobs are to be cut from its European insurance operations as the firm seeks to achieve a standalone future.
Ace has promoted Lauretta Alberti to senior environmental insurance underwriter for the Benelux and Nordic region.
Ace has made three senior appointments to its Continental Europe sales and distribution team.
Assurant Solutions today announces the appointments of Graham Luckett as senior compliance officer for Europe and Robert Moorehead-Lane as European chief risk officer.
Perils has today disclosed an initial loss estimate for windstorm Andrea, which occurred in Western Europe from 4-5 January 2012, of €267m.
Dutch navigation systems maker TomTom NV is making a foray into the telematics market after teaming up to produce a device to track driver behaviour.
QBE has appointed Judy Holt as head of business development, European markets with immediate effect.
In the future, personal client contact will be replaced principally by online client contact according to a poll by CED.
Loss adjuster in the Benelux and Spainish regions, CED has expanded its presence in Belgium with the takeover of Bureau Farcy et Cie sprl.
The European Union is currently consulting on natural catastrophes. Vic Wyman reports on the part the insurance industry has to play.
Insurance Insight’s weekly update is live with an article on how brokers need to be up to date on the cyber risks their customers are facing; and a feature of how Lloyd’s of London has spread its each across Europe.
Technology is evolving every day and as Iain Ainslie explains if brokers want to offer their customer the best cover possibly they need to be aware of all risks and the specialist policies available to help them.
Lloyd’s of London is no longer only accessed through London and has spread its reach across the globe in recent times. Francesca Nyman asks how established it is in Europe and what challenges it faces here.
Trade credit insurer Coface has reduced its 2011 forecasts for much of Europe following a deterioration of the average strength of companies.
The European market for fleet motor insurance is expected to be worth more than €18bn by 2015, according to Finaccord.
Several European insurers are believed to be in the running to acquire Polish insurance company Warta from Belgium's KBC, according to reports from Polish financial daily, Parkiet.
Insurance Insight’s weekly update is live with an article on how European insurers will be affected by US Asbestos, Pollution and Health Liabilities when Solvency II is implemented; and a guest blog on brokers putting business out to auction.