Brand reputation and damage is the top concern for business across the globe according to survey findings from Aon.
Malta-based PCC Building Block has partnered with Automovel Club de Portugal to launch health excess insurance to ACP’s members.
Austrian Insurer Vienna Insurance Group has reported profits before tax of €407m (£340.7m) for 2016.
French risk managers are less concerned with the domestic rise of populism than with providing their business with multinational cover, explains François-Xavier d’Huart, head of client and broker management, France, for XL Catlin.
The Financial Conduct Authority has increased its operating budget as a result of Brexit demands.
The days of mega-mergers in the insurance industry may be behind us as consolidation activity has dropped significantly from the peaks of 2014 and 2015. The sector is contemplating this change of gear and steadying itself in the face of waves of global…
Insurance companies and intermediaries responsible for selling insurance and reinsurance products should not be phased by the prospect of tightening rules to guard against mis-selling, following the publication of the first of two consultation papers…
Kieran Rigby has been appointed to president of Crawford international, encompassing the UK, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Latin America.
Activist shareholder and hedge fund manager John Paulson is set to leave US-headquartered global insurer AIG.
The political uncertainty surrounding Brexit will reduce merger and acquisition deals in Europe, according to AM Best.
Malta-based Building Block has signed an agreement with broker Slora to sell gadget insurance in Spain.
Spring is in the air and it's a time well-known for cleaning out the old and starting anew. As I continue to unpack boxes and work out where to put all of the fairly useless things I have collected over the decades, the industry has been taking its own…
The demand for mergers and acquisitions insurance remains strong despite fears that Brexit uncertainty may hinder growth, according to JLT.
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It is the most prestigious chairmanship in UK insurance. But next month, John Nelson will step down after six years in the role of Lloyd’s chairman. He talks to Ryan Hewlett about steering the market through one of its most turbulent periods
The 1 April reinsurance renewals saw rate reductions range from flat to mid-single digit reductions, an improvement compared to the low double digit range seen 12 months ago, according to Willis Re.
Commercial insurer Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty has identified defective products and work as the leading global liability loss by studying the total value of claims over a five year period.
Lloyd’s of London anticipates fewer than 100 staff will be needed to operate its European post-Brexit subsidiary, chief financial officer John Parry said.
Lloyd’s has confirmed it will be setting up a new European business in Brussels following the government’s decision to invoke Article 50.
The British Insurance Brokers’ Association has called on Prime Minister Theresa May to make "urgent progress" in setting up a new free trade agreement with the European Union now that Article 50 has been invoked.
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Ireland’s trade body for insurance said lessons need to be learned from Lloyd’s decision to pass up on Dublin as its European subsidiary.
Natural catastrophes and man-made disasters in 2016 resulted in insured losses of $54bn (£43bn), an increase of 46%, according to Swiss Re's latest Sigma study.
German industrial insurer HDI Global SE saw a 42% rise in profit in spite of an “intense” rate environment.