Post investigates how the yacht market has reacted to the Covid-19 pandemic and Brexit, and asks what comes next after years of market hardening and consolidation.
Marsh has been the talk of the town this week as it acquired the shares in broker JLT, shoring up its position as the largest broker by revenue in the world.
David Roome, development underwriter at NMU Glasgow, officiates as football assistant referee
This week I was lucky enough to climb on the top of a lift with one of Allianz’s engineer surveyors and take a trip up and down a building.
Munich Re service company NMU is closing its Letchworth office in a restructure of its Southern Region operations.
The leading lights of underwriting gathered last night at Post’s annual Underwriting Service Awards. The winners are below:
The shortlist for this year’s prestigious Underwriting Service Awards has been announced.
Andy Baldwin, marketing executive at NMU, is training for a 100-mile charity bike ride.
Groves John & Westrup has transferred its book of marine trade business to sister company NMU as part of a strategic restructure implemented by Munich Re.
NMU has declined to comment on rumours that it plans to consolidate its Letchworth, Kent and London offices.
Lloyd’s marine insurer NMU has made a number of changes to its executive board, including a new CEO.
The recent migrant disruption at Calais has hit the haulage industry in the pocket. How do affected companies go about ensuring they are adequately compensated for their losses?
Still reeling from recent huge losses, marine insurers cannot increase rates due to over-capacity – but is the outlook for the sector as negative as it seems?
LV and QBE scooped two awards each at Post's third annual Underwriting Service Awards last night, beating Hiscox, RSA and Allianz.
The second annual Underwriting Service Awards ceremony took place at the Oval cricket ground, London, with more than 250 underwriters in attendance. The winners were determined by the feedback and views of intermediaries, who place risks on behalf of…
The annual International Union of Marine Insurance conference takes place in Paris next week. Topping the agenda is the ongoing scourge of piracy on world trade .
Insurance 360's groundbreaking survey of commercial insurers' performance reveals which ones have got their acts together and which ones need to raise their game. Peter Joy reports.
A successful IUMI conference gave marine insurers plenty to mull over, reports Eric Alexander, not least the shocking statistic that hull insurance has been at a technical loss for the past 14 years.