Zurich is a leading multi-line insurer that serves its customers in global and local markets.
Zurich Financial Services Group (Zurich) is an insurance-based financial services provider with a global network of subsidiaries and offices in North America and Europe as well as in Asia Pacific, Latin America and other markets. Founded in 1872, the Group is headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland. It employs approximately 60,000 people serving customers in more than 170 countries.
The insurer combines strong life and general insurance and asset management businesses under a single strong brand, focused on providing customers with prosperity and peace of mind. This combination provides the company with reliable revenues from diverse sources and helps us to fund and grow our business more efficiently.
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The Charted Insurance Institute has organised a networking event between leading insurers, students and apprentices to raise awareness of insurance apprenticeship schemes.
John Latter, director of technical claims at Zurich, has resigned and will join Chubb.
Insurers are becoming more sophisticated in their quest to deliver ‘brand value' given the growing number of marketing channels available to deliver their messages.
The last decade has finally started to see the talk about the virtues of sustainable energy result in significant action, particularly in the area of electricity, where it has been driven primarily by wind, solar energy and biomass.
Digital transformation has become a hot topic in the insurance industry in recent years, with insurers becoming increasingly aware of the need to adapt to the changing technological landscape.
Swiss global giant Zurich is reorganising its commercial business in Asia-Pacific, headquartered in Hong Kong, following the worldwide decision to integrate its global corporate and commercial divisions.
Zurich paid out almost £2bn in UK claims payments over the course of last year, the group has revealed.
Mobile professional insurance specialist In My Bag has formally launched with funding from Hambro Perks and the underwriting support of ECIC.
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Zurich UK’s general insurance division has posted £147m in operating profit for last year, an increase of 137% from the previous year.
Swiss giant Zurich's global general insurance operating profits climbed 182% last year to $2.44bn (£1.95bn) from $864m in 2015.
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Zurich has lost a court case against Maccaferri Limited on the grounds that its notification clause wording was too ‘ambiguous’.
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Zurich UK is to shed 240 jobs as the insurer restructures its UK operations.
Post understands Stuart Spencer, Zurich's former general insurance Asia-Pacific CEO, left the company on 31 December.
Global insurer Zurich has identified a large protection gap in Asia-Pacific for supply chain losses.
Zurich's group chief strategy officer Claudio Gienal has left the company less than a year after joining the Swiss insurer.
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Adrian Kollegger and Achim Baumstark will join Helvetia Group as head of non-life Switzerland and chief technology officer, respectively.
Insurance giant Zurich is aiming to become a top three global travel insurance provider after an agreement to buy Sydney-headquartered group Cover-More for A$741m (£439m).
Endsleigh’s head of customer operations, Trudi Archer, has left the organisation, Post understands.