Pool Re boss Julian Enoizi spoke to Post senior reporter Emmanuel Kenning about Pandemic Re, the Office for National Statistics change in the terrorism reinsurer’s classification and using its funds to pay for business interruption claims in the…
Using Pool Re’s £6.6bn fund to pay coronavirus business interruption claims would not be the greatest idea, CEO Julian Enoizi told Post as part of an exclusive interview.
Ransomware group Maze has published four sets of data labelled as “proof” of its hack of insurance giant Chubb.
Pet insurance specialist Bought By Many has secured $98m (£78.4m) in growth equity investment led by FTV Capital, having agreed terms sheets with the US growth equity investment firm and five other potential investors prior to Covid-19 lockdown.
Jennette Newman, vice-president of the Forum of Insurance Lawyers and partner at Clyde & Co, discusses the legal developments around vicarious liability and what recent court cases such as those involving Barclays and Morrisons mean for insurers.
Market discussions around Pandemic Re options are crucial and serve a "noble purpose", Huw Evans director general of the Association of British Insurers told Post, as he confirmed the trade body is in discussion with Lloyd's and anticipates an invitation…
The insurance industry stands ready to participate in the creation of a Pandemic Re vehicle but opinions differ on how it would work.
On the first Friday in April it is hard to remember what the first Friday in March was truly like. To misquote: that past was a foreign country, we did things differently then.
Insurance lawyers have responded to today’s Supreme Court ruling which found supermarket Morrisons is not ‘vicariously liable’ for a large-scale data leak by a disgruntled employee, saying it might be a relief for corporates but that it doesn’t signal…
Julian Enoizi, CEO of Pool Re, discusses coronavirus, the reclassification of Pool Re, tapping the ILS market again and moving to a treaty basis to help increase SME take-up of terrorism cover. He also responds to press speculation about ‘Pandemic Re’…
Leading cyber insurance specialist Chubb has been targeted by hackers who claim to have encrypted files and stolen data.
The popularity of the Chelsea Flower Show has driven demand for small florists to start up and for larger garden centres to expand. Are their insurance needs being met though?
Just over two years since the takeover of Henderson by Aon its leaders met with Emmanuel Kenning to discuss how the deal came about, why now is the right time to rebrand after the heavy lifting of the integration has been completed and what comes next…
A mandate issued by Lloyd’s of London with the aim of tackling the issue of insurers’ exposure to silent cyber coverage has led to questions over how some cyber-related risks will be underwritten in future.
Digital Risks has hailed new lead investor BHL Holdings as a potential game changer in terms of the SME specialist insurtech realising its global ambitions.
The Office for National Statistics has judged that Pool Re should be classified as part of the central government subsector in a surprise move that has raised questions about the future of the mutual reinsurer.
The Financial Conduct Authority has confirmed it will be contacting individuals after their confidential information was published on its website by mistake.
Cybercriminals are increasingly using crisis events such as the ongoing Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak to breach the security systems of businesses and individuals.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson may be the Brexiteers’ main man, but can he also deliver the goods when it comes to caring for the UK’s growing elderly population?
The wait began in 2017, and many of us felt that the agonising limbo might never end. But after two and a half years, the wait is finally over. That’s right: Kesha’s new album is out today.
2020 could prove to be a year of significant risk tipping points for insurers, many of them driven by fast-paced political and cultural change says Simon Laird, global head of insurance at RPC.
Legislation announced yesterday to protect internet-connected household devices from cyber-attacks sits at the “baseline” of what could be done but is a “step in the right direction,” insurers said.
Insurer Aviva has said there was ‘no issue with personal data’ in thousands of emails it sent out mistakenly calling customers Michael.
The Chartered Insurance Institute’s Society of Underwriting Professionals has launched a good practice guide on cyber covering data, coverage, cyber incidents and basic precautions.