Flood and Water Management Bill published today
Insurance for low income individuals can play an important role in helping communities in developing countries mitigate and adapt to climate change, and to provide the security needed to develop long term sustainability projects, according to Lloyd’s.
The Federal Housing Administration may collapse and thousands of regional banks may go under as the US continues to struggle with recession, sources attending a US conference have told Reinsurance.
Bermuda domiciled business says improvement led by property and non marine business.
French (re)insurer to appeal fine against it from Spainish regulators
Munich Re subsidiary offering new natural catastrophe loss from natural catastrophes.
John Stanway, right, and Graeme McGeachie are given promotions.
Brit-backed household utility business focuses on growth
Canada's largest property casualty insurer sees income down almost 80% as the result of storm claims
Tropical Cyclone Phyan hits India’s western coast near the commercial capital, Mumbai, prompting evacuations and storm warnings.
The wine cellars of high net worth individuals can be worth thousands of pounds - so why aren't brokers treating them in the same way as works of art or jewellery? asks Veronica Cowan.
Scor's CUO of global P&C has told Reinsurance that from 2010 it will cease supporting one of its current 9 Lloyd's syndicates
Matthias Horntrich appointed regional property head
Knowles' lettings venture hit by downturn
Tropical storm Ida lands in the USA, but no major damage is reported.
Heath Lambert will be the sole provider of cover for the redesigned female orientated Diamond home insurance product.
Promise included in 2010-2015 corporate strategy.
Liberty's director of underwriting Tom Corfield has left the company Reinsurance has learned.
Brokers to gain internet access to mid net worth household policies
CEO Andrew Horton said its recession planning had been"robust".