James Leach joins from Sirius International.
More than 90% of underwriters predicting rise, Aon research reveals.
Fortis to underwrite Home & Legacy's Prestige Home offering.
Last week, Jubilee unveiled Andreas Loucaides as its chief executive officer. Jonathan Swift speaks to the newest Lloyd's boss in the market about his plans for the business, including its three syndicates and two brands.
However, the group says plans are on track to create an integrated general insurance business
Commercial lines revenue falls 10% while Bluefin reports 9% rise
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Jubilee promotes Loucaides from director of underwriting to CEO
Buildings insurance up for sixth quarter in a row, adds broker.
Recent Colorado storms proving to be costly for insurers, reports say.
Forecasters warn of calm before the potential storm as anniversary of Hurricane Dolly passes.
Liberty International Underwriters, UK property team, l-r: Richard Brown, Richard Coxon (seated), Stuart Kenyon, Dermot Walsh, John Nockolds (seated)
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Dowling joins from XL Insurance
Marsh makes new hire to help drive development in the commercial property and real estate sector
Coxon, who has 22 year of underwriting expertise, will head the team
Since contractor networks began providing property repair to the insurance industry during the mid 1990s, the debate has rumbled on about how they should fit into the business process. Ralph Savage assesses sentiment in the property claims validation…
Tony O'Connor, Richard Wells and Christopher Parker are to leave the Lloyds syndicate for HCC according to market sources
Major catastrophic event during this hurricane season could devastate the US insurance landscape, says EMB
Global actuarial consulting firm EMB today claimed that natural disasters are getting costlier while the shrinking economy is making property and casualty insurers more vulnerable.
AA Insurance is forging ahead with its controversial pay-as-paid scheme that will alter the way it p...