Exclusive: Beazley is closing its Oslo office next year owing to “challenging” conditions in the energy market.
RSA posted a 15% drop in group operating profit for the first six months of the year as British and Canadian weather losses dent the insurers’ results.
Norwegian insurtech start-up Cloud Insurance is looking to establish an office in London in 2019 as it prepares for a funding round to help it grow the business.
Neon has launched Orca Insurance Agency, a Lloyd’s approved coverholder which will underwrite Nordic marine business on behalf of Neon Syndicate 2468.
The Central Bank of Ireland has ordered CBL Insurance Europe to cease writing business with immediate effect, until further notice.
Marine insurer Skuld and third-party managing agent Asta have received in principle approval from Lloyd’s to establish Agora syndicate 3268.
Arthur J Gallagher has acquired Scandinavian property and casualty broker Nordic Försäkring & Riskhantering for an undisclosed sum.
Compre has acquired a legacy portfolio from the Norwegian insurer Gjensidige Forsikring for an undisclosed sum.
Towergate Underwriting has launched an international managing general agent for Scandinavia.
It is estimated that the Grenfell Tower fire could result in claims of up to £50m. However, the carrier responsible for insuring the building said that its expansion plans for the UK remain undimmed.
The Grenfell Tower blaze could result in property and liability claims of £50m, the Norwegian carrier responsible for insuring the building said.
R&Q has sold its Norwegian service company R&Q Triton AS to Gabler AS.
The Norwegian company responsible for insuring the Grenfell Tower, which burned down yesterday, said reinsurers will bear the majority of the claims costs.
A Norwegian insurer that took on the property and liability contract for the local authority responsible for Grenfell Tower could potentially see its UK expansion curbed as a result of huge claims.
Marine insurance provider Skuld has reported bottom-line results of $16m (£12.8m) for the nine months of the financial year 2016/17 ending 20 November.
The Norwegian Hull Club has opened its first underwriting office outside of Norway.
The Standard Club has increased its footprint in Scandinavia by launching a Managing General Agency joint venture with Oslo-based Lloyd’s approved marine insurer Hydor AS.
The chief executive of Gable Holdings has described the impact of Solvency II as “devastating” and that it had rendered its business model “obsolete”.
One of the largest trade organisations in Norway has asked its broker for alternative cover arrangements after its insurer, Lichtenstein-insurer Gable Holdings, stopped writing new business.
Norwegian marine insurer Skuld has announced three changes to its management team including appointing Lars Dueled as chief underwriting officer.
Reinsurance legacy specialist Compre has acquired the marine and energy legacy portfolio of a leading Norwegian insurer.
The Norwegian Hull Club is to open an office in London's EC3 area, its first outside Norway.
Peter Hecht-Hansen has been appointed CEO of Nordics, Russia & Turkey at Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty, subject to regulatory approval.
Law firm Kennedys is expanding its international reach in Europe through agreements with three Scandinavian firms, which come into effect from 1 January 2016.