Aon CEO Greg Case has stressed in a letter to clients that the broker was confident of winning the US Department of Justice court case as he laid out the reasons for walking away from the Willis Towers Watson deal.
Global Risk Partners has confirmed to Post that its agreement with Willis Towers Watson to buy WTW’s commercial risk and broking business in Northern Ireland will still go ahead despite the cancellation of the WTW-Aon merger.
Arthur J Gallagher has confirmed the termination of its deal to buy certain assets from Willis Towers Watson including Willis Re for $3.57bn (£2.52bn) and laid out plans for the funds as the Aon-WTW merger collapsed.
Aon’s share price rose as its mega-merger with Willis Towers Watson was terminated, while its deal partner and rival Gallagher’s fell.
A business interruption claim for Covid-19 losses brought by the Stonegate Pub Company against three insurers could cause the cost of the pandemic to the wider insurance market to rocket if it is successful, lawyers have told Post.
Managing general agents' relative nimbleness, which served them well during the pandemic, as well as clever use of data are the keys for the sector moving forwards as insurers shift their expectations with the hardening market, says Managing General…
Underwriting action taken at Beazley towards the end of last year has cut cyber claims frequency in half, the insurer revealed on Friday as it reported a $167.3m (£121.8m) pre-tax profit for the first half of 2021.
WTW sells Irish arm to GRP; motor premiums hit five year low; Questgates acquires two firms and LV tops new customer experience report
Post wraps up the major insurance deals, launches, investments and strategic moves of the week.
Hand sanitiser slips and stress are among the risks employers in the leisure and hospitality sector need to be aware of in the wake of Covid restrictions being lifted, lawyers at Keoghs have said.
Brawdia managing director Philip Barmby considers the increasing complexity of cladding claims post-Grenfell.
The pandemic has accelerated the move to digital and remote engagement and forced many transactions online. Nick Wright, chief business development officer for Pen Underwriting, asks if insurance will ever return to good old fashioned face-to-face…
In this exclusive interview recorded as part of the Insurance Post Live Annual Conference an expert panel described the D&I challenge in insurance.
RSA Motability staff are set to transfer over to Direct Line Group with the latter having agreed a takeover of the partnership.
Hiscox CEO Bronek Masojada, who has been in post for 21 years, intends to retire at the end of the year.
Earlier this year Insurance Post canvassed the opinions of thousands of insurance employees by way of the second annual Best Insurance Employer Survey.
Peter Kenworthy, Keoghs partner and head of disease, considers the scope for Covid-19 injury claims.
Aviva has published a seven step plan calling on the government and industry to prepare at risk homes, businesses and schools for weather events.
In this exclusive interview recorded as part of the Insurance Post Live Annual Conference 2021 William McDonnell, group chief risk officer at RSA, addresses the risk that climate change poses to insurers.
With ongoing arguments about the outcomes of the 2016 manifesto, the sale of Aldermanbury, proposals to deregister the Personal Finance Society, exam problems and more, Post posed key questions to Sian Fisher, CEO of the Chartered Insurance Institute.
With normality beginning to make a return and the government having rolled out ‘Freedom Day’ on 19 July Edel Ryan, head of strategic business development, UK and Ireland for sport, entertainment and media industry at Marsh, asks if we can expect the come…
In this video recorded as part of the Insurance Post Live Annual Conference 2021 an expert panel discuss what the future UK insurance industry might look like
In this exclusive interview recorded as part of the Insurance Post Live Annual Conference 2021 Neil Galjaard, divisional managing director, Markel talks about the huge negativity around Covid-19 claims in the mainstream press.
A Financial Conduct Authority consultation on appointed representatives will tackle firms "circumventing" requirements, compliance consultants told Post, though concerns have been raised around barriers to entry and innovation.
As the government's advice to work from home comes to an end, Michael Jenkins, head of legal advice at Arc Legal Assistance, explains what employees and employers can do.