In the first of a regular column, David Worsfold reflects on the fall out of the conclusive Conservative Party victory in the 2019 general election.
Insurtech Seyna has been approved as a non-life insurance risk carrier by the French Prudential Supervisory Authority.
Aviva is targeting a general insurance combined operating ratio of 93%-95% by 2022, according to general insurance CEO Colm Holmes.
Blog: What does Admiral’s move to consolidate its aggregator businesses as Penguin Portals say about the state of price comparison in 2019?
A week after Go Compare's parent re-financed, Admiral has consolidated its global aggregation businesses as Penguin Portals 'to realise its global growth ambition'. Post content director Jonathan Swift ponders if this signals a first step toward…
Activist investor CIAM has blasted Scor's strategy as "without significant intrinsic value creation" in a letter to the resinsurer's lead director, following reports in the French media on its collapsed merger talks with Covéa.
Gross written premium reported by the 30 largest European insurers in 2018 was 4.4% higher than the aggregated figure for the previous year but those writing significant business outside of the eurozone have seen foreign exchange rate movements having an…
The political risk map of Europe is being changed by a toxic combination of uncertainty — both political and economic, populism, geopolitical changes, political violence and technological advances
Zego has struck up a deal with e-scooter start-up Dott, which will see it enter the French and Belgian markets for the first time.
Private equity investor Andromeda has gained regulatory approval to take a majority stake in French health insurer April, which saw its UK arm pull out from the private medical market last year.
As the Insurtech 100 publishes, Post caught up with some of the firms listed across Europe, USA and Asia to reflect on the past 12 months, the future, favourite apps and food
Scor's shareholders express their opposition to the “destabilisation” attempt led by the activist fund CIAM.
As we head towards a welcome four-day weekend, the insurance world has been getting in the spirit for Easter in the only natural way: smashing chocolate eggs.
Insurers have pledged to help with the restoration of the Notre Dame Cathedral, which went up in flames on Monday evening.
Axa has revealed it provided civil-liability coverage for two contracting firms that were working on an on-going restoration of Notre Dame Cathedral, prior to the fire that demolished the building on Monday evening.
My son is learning about healthy living at school and a recent exercise sent home was to spend a day eating according to the Eatwell Guide.
French insurance company La Parisienne Assurances will establish a third-country branch in the UK, in order to continuing operating in the country after Brexit.
Scor has called on its shareholders to reject resolutions drafted by activist investor CIAM to oust its CEO.
With Valentine’s Day yesterday, the Post team started the week by bracing ourselves for an inevitable slew of romance-related press releases. We weren’t disappointed.
Scor CEO Denis Kessler has slammed Covéa SGAM CEO Thierry Derez alleging that he is guilty of “repeated misconduct” and claiming he has the emails to prove it.
Scor CEO Denis Kessler has hit back following a letter from activist investor CIAM accusing him of acting in his personal interests by scuppering a takeover move by Covéa and bringing a criminal suit against the French insurer.
Scor shareholder and activist investor CIAM has hit out at the reinsurer, following its issuing of legal proceedings against Covéa, its former director and Barclays and Rothschild.
Exclusive: Axa-backed broker Setoo expects to launch in the UK next month, and has outlined further fundraising plans for later this year.
Nearly half of insurance brokers and insurers are considering moving or have confirmed that they are moving some of their operations and staff as a result of Brexit.