The Ardonagh Group posted adjusted Ebitda of £ 79.1m in the first nine months of 2017, a 19.7% rise year-on-year.
Speaking at an investor day Axa group CEO Thomas Burberl is looking to innovate to accumulate.
Global insurer Zurich is expecting rates to increase for commercial lines helping the firm meet its financial objectives.
Caribbean insurer Nagico said its gross loss from two devastating Carribean hurricanes is around $550m (£419m) but said the losses were "within" its reinsurance program.
Allianz UK faced a combined £63m hit in the first nine months of the year from a series of large losses and the residual impact of the Ogden rate revision.
Allianz has been hit with €529m (£468.1m) in losses from natural catastrophes, the company reported in its Q3 results.
Generali posted a 9.9% drop in nine-month profits due to a loss on the sale of its Dutch business
Zurich’s non-life premiums fell by 7% in EMEA over the past year.
Munich Re has posted a €1.4bn (£1.2bn) loss for the third quarter as the impact of natural catastrophes in the US and Caribbean take their toll on results.
Esure has seen a 25.4% increase in gross written premiums over the past year, rising to £625.8m from £499m in Q3 2016.
Insurance and reinsurance provider JLT does not expect the recent wave of natural disasters to affect its full year out-turn and believes it will deliver organic revenue growth for 2017.
Berkshire Hathaway's reinsurance and insurance division is in the red for underwriting in 2017 after a string of major natural disasters.
Fairfax-owned insurers Brit and Allied World posted poor combined operating ratios for the third quarter of 2017.
Global insurer AIG has had a punishing third quarter after needing to boost reserves for 2016 losses and dealing with the recent hurricanes in the US and Caribbean.
Global reinsurer Swiss Re's insurance arm Swiss Re Corporate Solutions has been hit hard by natural catastrophes this year.
UK-headquartered global insurer RSA's underwriting result was hit in the third quarter by the recent US and Caribbean hurricanes.
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Pre-tax profit at global broker Aon fell from $309m (£235m) in the third quarter of 2016 to $200m in Q3 2017.
Evan Greenberg, chairman and CEO of global insurer Chubb, said his firm intends to demonstrate leadership regarding rates following years of soft pricing and a series of natural catastrophes in the third quarter.
As expected global reinsurer XL Catlin's third quarter 2017 financial results were hit significantly by the recent significant natural catastrophes in the US, Caribbean and Mexico.
BP Marsh has affirmed its confidence in the Lloyd’s and London insurance market as target growth area as the sector investor looks to diversify its book with overseas business.
The protracted low interest rates and poor profitability could make illiquid assets increasingly attractive for insurance investors according to Bill Cooper, managing director and global head of insurance at Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking.
Switzerland-headquartered global insurer Zurich is estimating its costs from three giant hurricanes that hit the US and Caribbean at $700m (£530m).
Insurance-sector investor BP Marsh saw profits more than double to £10.2m in the six months to 31 July.