Beazley saw profits fall by 43% as a result of exposure to “heavy claims” from natural catastrophes.
XL Catlin has reported a 58.7% increase in its loss in underwriting profit of across its property and casualty business during Q4 2017 compared to 58% in the same period during the previous year.
Marsh and McLennan Companies has reported a 6% boost in full year revenue.
Aston Scott Group saw a 40% increase in pre-tax profit to £1.9m to the year ending 30 June 2017.
Chubb reported net income for the fourth quarter ended December 31, 2017 of $1.53bn, a drop from the $1.61bn reported for the same quarter last year.
Leeds-based Romero Group saw adjusted Ebitda increase 14% to £2.7m in the year to 30 April 2017.
International broking giant Arthur J Gallagher will continue to acquire in 2018.
Watchstone has set aside £50.1m in preparation for a High Court claim issued against it by Slater and Gordon.
Aspen expects to post a $245m underwriting loss in the fourth quarter of 2017.
After five consecutive years of falling rates, global property-catastrophe reinsurance experienced upward pricing pressure at 1 January renewals.
The company responsible for auditing Quindell has been fined £700,000 for failing to “exercise sufficient professional scepticism”.
Australian insurance giant QBE is looking to turnaround its Asia-Pacific operations after announcing expected 115% COR in 2017.
Australian giant QBE is expecting a combined operating ratio of 104% and $1.2bn (£858m) loss for 2017's financial year.
Axis Capital estimates it will take a $130m hit as a result of fourth quarter catastrophe and weather-related losses.
Lloyd’s carrier Beazley said it expects to post a pre-tax profit for 2017, ahead of market expectations and in despite of hefty nat cat bills in the fourth quarter.
Hyperion Group is entering 2018 with a $300m (£223m) war chest to play with, the group’s chief financial officer has said.
Hyperion Group posted a 20% jump in revenue for the year ended 30 September 2017.
UK General made an operating loss of £714,879 for the year ending 31 March 2017, compared to a profit of £8.7m in the previous year.
The outage to SSP servers that affected more than 300 brokers cost the software firm £289,000, according to company results.
Cobra has seen Ebitda rise 33% to £1.44m from £1.08m.
Skuld saw a 68.7% improvement to its bottom line result in the first nine months of the year to $27m (£20.1m), with the contingency reserve standing at $421m.
Specialist insurance consolidator Global Risk Partners has seen gross written premiums rise £150m over the course of 2017.
Aviva is upgrading its targets for earnings growth, cash and dividend in order to make bolt-on acquisitions and pay off debt.
Motorcycle broker Carole Nash was a longstanding acquisition target for Ardonagh, the group's CEO said