Liberty Specialty Markets is to begin underwriting fine art and specie in the Netherlands.
Hyperion's underwriter Dual has opened its first Netherlands office writing marine and energy lines.
International loss adjuster Charles Taylor Adjusting has confirmed Lengkeek Laarman & De Hosson as its exclusive associate in the Netherlands.
Lloyd's has officially approved cover holder Equinox Global's Netherlands office.
SNS Reaal, a troubled Dutch government owned bank and insurer, has agreed to sell its insurance arm to Anbang Insurance.
Ace Group today unveiled a new, independent cyber risk business unit designed to provide local specialist expertise across continental Europe.
Insurers continue to lag behind their banking counterparts when it comes to mobile websites and apps, according to research from CP consulting.
The Dutch government is weighing measures on remuneration that could force insurers to limit bonuses to 20% of fixed salary for all employees.
Former Aviva UK and Ireland chief executive Robin Spencer has been appointed chief executive of international insurance at NN Group.
ING Group has made £1.1bn from the flotation of NN Group, its European and Japanese insurance and investment management business.
Trade credit specialist Equinox Global has opened a new office in the Netherlands, helmed by a former Atradius special products head.
Two people have been injured in a fire after an explosion at a Shell oil plant in the Netherlands on Wednesday.
ING has confirmed plans to float Dutch insurance and investment business NN group on the Euronext Amsterdam index.
Independent Zurich-based loss data provider, Perils has disclosed its third loss estimate for windstorm Xaver.
Willis has appointed Jeroen Everling as chief executive of Willis Netherlands effective from 1 June.
BGL Group has rebranded its price comparison business in the Netherlands as Hoy Hoy.
Netherlands headquartered specialty insurance business ANV Holdings has announced a restructure of its underwriting leadership within ANV Syndicate 1861.
Europe got a battering from natural catastrophes in 2013, resulting in the region clocking up the most loss events for the year across the globe.
Losses expected to be ‘in tens of millions, not high hundreds of millions’.
The professional indemnity insurance market across 10 European countries - Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Switzerland and the UK- will be worth around €7.5bn (£6.27bn)by 2017.
Non-life insurers in the Netherlands face a stable environment in 2014, in spite of continued pressure on the health market.
Aon Benfield’s catastrophe modelling centre has launched a model to understand the financial impact of flood damage in the Netherlands for property and motor.
Winter storm “Christian” (known as “St. Jude” in the United Kingdom) battered the western shores of southern Britain early on Monday, October 28, 2013, as one of the strongest extratropical cyclones to affect the region in perhaps a decade.
Former THB employee Ricardo Borges is returning to the company to take up a director role based in the European Division’s Amsterdam office.