Insured natural catastrophe losses were $27bn (£18.3bn) in 2015 down from $31bn in 2014 and an average of $34bn over the past 30 years according to reinsurance giant Munich Re.
Overall losses totalled $90bn last year compared to $110bn in 2014 and a thirty year average since 1985 of $130bn. 23,000 people died below the last 30 year average of 54,000 but far more than the...
Top bosses at Axa and RSA have been appointed to the board of the Association of British Insurers.
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Broker network Compass said being independent from a major player like Arthur J Gallagher now meant the business was more “credible” than its rivals.
Broker network Compass has staged a management buyout from parent company Arthur J Gallagher.