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Lloyd’s has named three new figures to the franchise board.
Specialist insurance consolidator Global Risk Partners has seen gross written premiums rise £150m over the course of 2017.
AIA, FWD and Prudential led the way at the Hong Kong Insurance Awards unveiled on 26 October at the Intercontinental Hotel, Tsim Sha Tsui.
Mark Tucker, group CEO and president of Hong Kong-headquartered AIA, is leaving the Asia life insurer to join international banking group HSBC.
Manulife and Prudential both won three awards at the Hong Kong Insurance Awards 2016.
Axa's property and casualty gross written premiums in Asia exceeded €1bn (£789m) in 2015 for the first time.
BLP Insurance has announced two senior additions to its business development executive team in response to increasing regional demand for its building insurance products in the Midlands and South West of England.
Ex-Castle Cover products director Simon Stanney has been hired to spearhead Sun Life’s foray into the general insurance market.
Today, rehabilitation professionals gathered at Le Meridien, London, for the tenth annual Post Rehabilitation First Awards to celebrate their achievements over the past year.
Allianz has appointed Richard Nettleship to the newly created role of proposition and change relationship manager, in a bid to forge greater links between its claims team and its retail division.
Motor insurance customers are being charged annual interest rates of up to 90% for choosing to pay in monthly instalments rather than an annual sum, according to research.
Citibank has appointed Virginia Luk as head of insurance in Hong Kong after its recent 15 year 11 country deal with AIA.
Euler Hermes has become the exclusive supplier of trade credit insurance products to HSBC Commercial Banking customers in Malaysia.
AIA Singapore has agreed with HSBC Insurance (Singapore) to make an offer to the agents of HSBC Insurance (Singapore) to join AIA.
The Association of British Insurers has revealed the make up of a new rehabilitation panel to provide a unified voice for insurers.
The Financial Conduct Authority has reached an agreement with Card Protection Plan Limited and 13 high street banks and credit card issuers that will pave the way for redress to be paid to customers who were mis-sold CPP’s card protection and identity…
The Co-Operative Group has recruited HSBC’s former North American chief executive to revive the fortunes of its banking operation, while the Co-op's group's CEO has conceded "there is much work to be done".
Euler Hermes is to become the exclusive supplier of trade credit insurance to HSBC's commercial banking customers.
Ecclesiastical has promoted its chief financial officer to the top of the business with immediate effect.
Sami Chowdhury has been made a partner at insurance specialists Ince & Co in Hamburg.
HSBC Insurance (Asia) has entered into an agreement to dispose of its general insurance business in Macau to QBE Insurance (International) as the bank continues to sell insurance businesses in Asia.