Sand's UK launch.

Software company Sand Technology Systems has launched Nucleus, a data warehousing system for the ins...

One giant leap for Reinsurance.

1969 might be better remembered as the year of the first moonwalk, but it also saw the launch of Reinsurance magazine. Janina Clark reread those early issues.

Turkey's earthquake.

Firm figures for the losses from the earthquake that hit Turkey on 17 August should be emerging as t...

S&P up by £1m.

Household insurance specialist Select and Protect has reported a £1m increase in annual premium inco...

Word on sell-off.

Sun Life & Provincial Holdings appears poised today to announce the sell-off of the former GRE life ...

When I grow up I want to be ...

... a broker with a multi-million pound turnover. Simon Threadgold looks at the growing pains for provincial brokers who are forced to think big.

Merger migraines.

Sue Duttine looks at the impact of broker consolidation on the employees stuck on the merger merry-go-round.

What the Papers Say.

THE DAILY TELEGRAPH A well-aimed Cornish pasty and a barrage of bread rolls foiled a robber's att...

L&G's affinity.

Legal & General has launched its second pre-stakeholder affinity pension scheme, this time with the ...

Changing tides.

Merger mania is hitting the marine P&I market, and its long-term effects may dramatically change the sector, says Adrian Leonard.

Warehouse' revamp.

General Insurers can get to know their customer base better with the help of a new warehousing solut...

A constellation of risks.

Last month Reinsurance reported the news from Generali's space insurance conference in Florence. Here Alex Beatty takes a closer look at some issues affecting the market.

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