Hiscox CEO Bronek Masojada, who has been in post for 21 years, intends to retire at the end of the year.
The European Commission has approved Aon’s $30m (£22m) takeover of Willis Towers Watson, on the condition that parts of WTW’s business are divested.
Jason Futers has rejoined RMS taking up the post of managing director of its UK insurance business replacing Richard Irwin who has retired.
Aon and Willis Towers Watson have been given a November date for the start of their antitrust trial against the US Department of Justice, which has objected to the proposed merger.
The European Commission will waive the obligation for motorists from the UK to show green cards, a move that has been welcomed by insurers.
The Federation of European Risk Management Associations has re-elected Dirk Wegener as its president, giving him another two years in the role.
European insurers are increasingly look to divest parts of their business in the wake of the pandemic, a survey of chief financial officers conducted by rating agency Moody’s has found.
The Financial Conduct Authority has warned social media companies that it will take legal action if they keep publishing scam adverts.
Covid-19 has already raised tensions between countries and a fragmented exit from the pandemic could test relations further, putting more pressure on businesses. Supply chains remain disrupted and global businesses fragmented. Post investigates what this…
Lord Mayor of London William Russell has said he is "more than confident" that the insurance industry can build on the work it is already doing to help tackle climate change.
When the Solvency II regulation was conceived in 2001, the term Brexit didn’t even exist. Fast forward 20 years and as well as the UK’s exit from the European Union the general insurance market is facing a pandemic no one foresaw and persistently low…
Nearly six months after the UK left the European Union without any deal in place for its insurance and financial services sectors Post looks at how this story is playing out in terms of regulation and what the next six months might bring.
Pauline Miller, head of culture at Lloyd’s, is joining media and digital marketing communications business Dentsu International at the start of August.
Insurtech Wefox could have raised over $1bn (£706m) but chose to close its series C funding round at $650m, its co-founders told Post.
AIG, Chubb, Travelers and Tokio Marine were among insurers that declined to engage when approached for comment about a recent report highlighting insurer ESG failings.
Andy Fairchild has left Applied Systems with Tom Needs appointed as CEO for Europe.
Laurent Rousseau, deputy CEO of Scor Global P&C, will replace Denis Kessler as Scor CEO instead of Benoît Ribadeau-Dumas with the move happening a year earlier than originally planned.
John Glen MP, Economic Secretary to the Treasury, tackled insurance premium tax, broker Financial Services Compensation Scheme levies, cladding, Brexit and more in his keynote address to the British Insurance Brokers’ Association’s 2021 conference…
Aon and Willis Towers Watson have agreed to sell Willis Re and a portfolio of WTW assets to Gallagher for $3.57bn (£2.52bn) to help smooth their merger deal.
Direct Insurance Group has restructured, combining its UK and international teams into one group under the brand Aventum.
Admiral’s sale of Penguin Portals, which counts aggregator Confused amongst its offering, to RVU has completed after gaining regulatory approval.
Managing general agent platform Nuventure will launch two MGAs within the next month and aims to develop propositions for the UK terrorism, UK SME directors’ and officers’, and agriculture markets, CEO Andy Colbran has told Post.
Bart Partick, managing director for Europe at Duck Creek, tells Post about how old treacle-like tech systems are crippling the industry, the problems with updates and the need for insurers to adopt software-as-a-service. Along with assessing the rise of…
Axa teams up with Microsoft; Ardonagh unveils Beazley capacity deal; Lloyd's to open Manchester hub; LV rolls out ethical standard
Post wraps up the major insurance deals, launches, investments and strategic moves of the week not covered elsewhere on www.postonline.co.uk