The Gibraltar Financial Services Commission has denied accusations made against it by MCE Insurance earlier this week in the wake of MCE’s Gibraltar-based insurer being put into administration.
Zurich will pay up to £25m to help policyholders of structural defects specialist East West Insurance Company, the insurer and administrators Ernst & Young have confirmed.
Zurich launches 'industry first' resilient property drive; Alan & Thomas acquires Aquilla; two Lloyd's syndicates approved; and Aviva reports uptick in commitments to net zero target
Post wraps up the major insurance deals, launches, investments and strategic moves of the week.
Post content director Jonathan Swift looks at the rationale behind Lemonade’s proposed takeover of Metromile and asks if the UK could be poised to a see a deal of similar scale among domestic insurtechs.
Today we are proud to announce that we are launching our Every Little Bit Extra Helps campaign. This industry wide initiative has been established to support our local foodbanks.— Carpenters Group (@CarpentersGroup) November 16, 2021
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- Watch Marsh, Axa and Willis discuss how technology can help you keep up with the pace of change expected by today’s insurance customers?
- Roundtable: Reimagining and improving the insurer-policyholder relationship
- Zurich to make up to £25m voluntary contribution in East West administration
- Zurich launches 'industry first' resilient property drive; Alan & Thomas acquires Aquilla; two Lloyd's syndicates approved; and Aviva reports uptick in commitments to net zero target
- Spotlight: Electric vehicles – are brokers ready for the EV revolution?
- Gibraltar regulator denies accusations made against it by MCE
- Spotlight: Why personal lines brokers should make claims a USP
The top 100 Prudential Regulation Authority regulated companies listed by gross written premium, net written premium, underwriting result, retention ratio, solvency capital requirement and SCR ratio
Asia Pacific non-life insurers have proven their agility and tenacity in overcoming headwinds over the past year to deliver solid results. Christie Lee, senior director of analytics for Asia-Pacific at AM Best, discusses the region’s scorecard
The impact of Covid-19 saw the European non-life insurance market report a decline in gross written premium and profit after tax. AM Best analyses the numbers and reports on the movements in the ranking and the outlooks for the leading markets within the continent
Between 15 March and 15 May Post invited insurance employees, through emails, social media and via the brand’s print and online channels, to nominate and rate their employers on a variety of aspects including their management, diversity, work/life balance and whether they would recommend the employer to a friend. More than 2300 responses were received and more than 50 firms were nominated.