As Lloyd’s stays put in Lime Street and Aviva kicks off 2024 in a new City HQ, Emma Ann Hughes examines how insurers are reshaping the square footage they occupy in the Square Mile.
Insurance Post recently gathered together a group of insurance technology experts to discuss the rapid rise of artificial intelligence and how insurers need to position themselves to respond to the changing business landscape. Frances Stebbing recounts…
Richard Hartley, CEO and co-founder of insurtech Cytora, discusses why better use of AI in the insurance industry will help it adapt to the challenges brought about by climate change.
Jason Richards, CEO of Swiss Re in the UK and Ireland, on why having colleagues back in the office is essential for the insurance ecosystem, and why carriers needs to shout about what the industry does to attract fresh talent.
Howden Group’s MGAs - Dual and KGM Underwriting Services - generated revenue that places the business in the top 15 of this year’s Insurance Post Top 75 MGAs 2023 list.
Data analysis: General insurers are adjusting rapidly to the new higher interest rate era ushered in by the most intense monetary policy tightening since the 1980s but profitability is unlikely to soar back to pre-pandemic levels imminently.
Marsh, Axa, Gallagher, Zurich, Allianz, QBE, RSA, NFU Mutual and Hiscox employees were among those who scored the top marks in Chartered Insurance Institute exam and coursework submissions in 2022.
The proportion of total industry natural catastrophe losses taken by reinsurers has fallen in recent years, with primary insurers retaining more risk.
Before stepping down as CEO of the International Cooperative and Mutual Insurance Federation, Shaun Tarbuck plans to stop insurers simply talking all all ‘blah blah’ and PR, and get them actually tackling climate change.
As general insurers have been absorbers – rather than multipliers – of market woes in 2023, Swiss Re is predicting premium and profitability growth for the industry over the next couple of years.
Rodney Bonnard, head of insurance for EY, chats to Scott McGee about his 30 years in insurance, the “profitability crisis” within personal lines, and how insurers need to be redefined for the future of insurance.
The insurance value chain has to be shortened if the industry is to remain relevant to corporate clients, broking bosses have said.
Aviva CEO Amanda Blanc has said she hopes to continue to use the insurer’s voice to push for the “sustainability agenda.”
Allianz and Axa have both decided to leave the Net-Zero Insurance Alliance, meaning just two founding members remain after three leave in one day.
Reinsurer Scor has become the latest founding member to leave the Net-Zero Insurance Alliance, CEO Thierry Leger announced at the company’s annual general meeting.
Greenpeace says insurers are prioritising “dirty profits” over the future of the planet as it names 69 insurers involved with a gas and oil exploration project in Norway.
Swiss Re has joined Zurich, Hannover Re and Munich Re in turning its back on the Net-Zero Insurance Alliance.
After a Moody's report stated two founding members of the Net Zero Insurance Alliance left because of "material antitrust risks", Hannover Re has decided to leave the alliance.
Data analysis: Increasing natural catastrophe losses and shortfalls in industry estimates point to the need for the insurance sector to better understand the risk factors at play today, according to the latest Swiss Re Institute report.
The Group for Autism, Insurance, Investment and Neurodiversity has launched a campaign to push the way the insurance industry operates to better enable and equip neurodivergent employees.
Data analysis: Insurers and reinsurers are managing to stick to their shorter-term goals of cutting underwriting emissions even during the energy crisis.