Hiscox saw pre-tax profit climb 27% to $164m (£125m) in the first half of 2018, with the insurer’s retail arm contributing more than half of that figure.
Gallagher saw its net earnings climb to $3.43bn for the first half of 2018, up 27% from $3.07bn in the same period in 2017.
JLT has said that carrying more bolt-on acquisition in the European Union is ‘entirely possible’ and that it is executing business operations in preparation for a no deal Brexit scenario.
Bermuda-based Lancashire saw profits slip 15% and gross written premiums dive 4.3% in the second quarter of 2018.
Aston Lark has reported a 6% revenue increase in its first set of financial results since the merger of Lark Group and Aston Scott.
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Debenhams has said it retains a ‘constructive relationship’ with its credit insurers as the ailing retailer has its cover reduced.
AM Best has assigned the Lloyd’s Brussels hub a Financial Strength Rating of ‘A’ (Excellent) and a Long-Term Issuer Credit Rating of ‘a+’.
Fairfax Financial Holdings, the parent of Advent Capital Holdings and Brit, is planning to merge some of their Lloyd’s business and place the rest into run-off.
The software house reported total revenues of £62.2m for its financial year ending 30 September 2017.
Aviva’s French subsidiary has unveiled its strategy to gain one million policyholders within four years.
Saga’s retail insurance policies grew by just 1% year on year for the four month period from 1 February 2018 to 31 May 2018, a trading statement released ahead of its annual general meeting shows.
KPMG has been handed with a £4.5m fine as a result of its audit of controversial insurance services firm Quindell.
The average revenue earned by insurance intermediaries increased in 2017, according to figures from the Financial Conduct Authority.
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Ardonagh’s underwriting division will exit unprofitable parts of its personal lines book after it reported a £5.2m loss in the first quarter 2018.
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Ageas used its full weather damage claims allowance for the year during Q1 2018 after the fallout experienced by the Beast from The East.
Legal & General is now the majority capacity provider for a £550m five year binder with Pen Underwriting, as the general insurance business aims to grow its premium by double digits in the coming year.
Covéa Insurance saw a 10.8% increase in gross written premiums in the financial year to 3 May, up to £739m from £666.3m in the previous year.
Property and casualty insurer Lancashire Holdings saw a 48% jump in pre-tax profit for the first-quarter.
Direct Line Insurance Group reported a 5% drop in quarterly gross written premiums and faces a £50m bill as a result of Britain's long, icy winter.
Randall & Quilter saw a 176% jump in pre-tax profit in 2017, up to £23.5m from £8.5m in the previous year.