Ireland’s insurance regulator has raised concerns over contingency planning of the sector in the run-up to Brexit.
Japanese insurer Aioi Nissay Dowa is restructuring its European operations in preparation for Brexit.
There are remaining uncertainties surrounding Brexit contingency plans and how a divorce from the European Union will affect investment into insurtech.
The Prudential Regulation Authority must develop proposals to remove the limitations of Solvency II for the insurance market, MPs have said.
European political instability and financial regulations are pushing demand for trade credit cover, especially from banks that are keen on optimising their capital.
A third of total premium across the whole London company market could be affected as a result of Brexit, a report has warned.
Insurers have been vocal about their feelings about the discount rate but Mark Cliff, executive chairman at Brightside Group, notes this has also affected brokers, who have been at the sharp end of market turmoil.
The UK government has admitted it is aware of the legal challenges posed by a potential loss of passporting rights.
Joe Grogan, CEO of corporate division at Marsh, says the insurance offering for mid-market firms is too disjointed and complex.
The Canadian market offers unique opportunities for UK brokers, explains Servca's managing director Nomaan Jamal.
Industry needs to join government in educating the public on the change to the Ogden discount rate, City Minister Stephen Barclay MP said.
Beazley has underwritten its first policies from its base in Dublin.
Eight out 10 London market brokers remain bullish over the prospect of the capital retaining its global position in the wake of Brexit.
Mapfre Global Risks is working on a UK retail proposition, says Chris Smith, chief regions and markets officer – International.
Almost a year into her role Zurich UK CEO Tulsi Naidu talks to editor Stephanie Denton about the events of the last 12 months and how the insurer is progressing with its transformational programme.
Everest Re has been granted in principle regulatory approval for a Dublin-based subsidiary.
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XL Catlin has chosen Dublin as its post-Brexit location for its principal European Union insurance company, XL Insurance Company SE.
Insurers have joined more than 100 businesses in signing a letter to the Brexit negotiators asking for a transition period of up to three years.
Chair of the Treasury Committee, Nicky Morgan MP, has written to Chancellor Philip Hammond on the issue of how cross-border insurance contracts will be managed after Brexit.
As Brexit discussions continue, Anthony Baldwin, CEO of AIG Europe and AIG UK, asks if the London Market should be die-hard Brexiteers, cautious optimists, accepting pragmatists or devastated pessimists.
As goverment returns to business, Andy Watson, CEO of Ageas UK, reminds MPs that there are still three major areas of policy affecting insurance that need to be properly addressed before insurers can begin to control and then reduce customer premiums.