Moving home has to be one of the most annoying and tedious things we have to do. From organising your flat viewings to packing up all your belongings. And honestly who really likes change? It’s much easier to just stay in the place you've grown…
Exclusive: Motor managing general agent Pukka has temporarily suspended trading, having reached its capacity limit with providers.
Danish unrated insurer Gefion cannot enter new lines of business or branch out into further territories until it can meet its solvency capital requirement, the regulator has ordered.
Capsicum Re could seek to expand its presence in the US through acquisitions, Gallagher UK broking and underwriting CEO Simon Matson has said, following the company’s acquisition of the reinsurance broker.
There was adequate capacity to meet rising demand in the reinsurance sector during the 1 January 2020 renewal period, according to Guy Carpenter, however the results for buyers were mixed depending on a range of factors.
UK motor liability reinsurance rates for some accounts rose by up to 35% in the annual January renewal season, according to Willis Re.
Gibraltar-based unrated motor insurer Tradewise Insurance Company pursued a sale ahead of going into run-off and continues to explore its options, executive chairman Marcus Killick confirmed to Post.
Ardonagh has cut its carrier relationships from 940 to 700 in the past six months with an eventual target of below 200, Paul Dilley, CEO of Geo Underwriting told Post.
MS Amlin will stop writing corporate property, real estate, casualty and package binders through its UK property and casualty business on 31 January 2020, the insurer has confirmed.
First Central Group is seeking external investment which will see its founders reduce their stake in the Guernsey headquartered insurance group, Post can reveal.
Gallagher is poised to snap up the remaining 80% of Capsicum Reinsurance Brokers, having signed heads of terms with the business.
MS Amlin CEO Simon Beale is stepping down as parent company MS&AD restructures the insurer as part of an international reorganisation.
Pioneer Underwriters has cut loose Syndicate 1980.
Vibe will place Syndicate 5768 into run off at the end of the year.
There is a growing list of failed unrated insurers that continue to hit the headlines. Dean Bedford, underwriting director at CLS Risk Solutions, asks what is the answer to the unrated conundrum? Is unrated always bad, who is responsible and who pays the…
Blockchain company B3I, which boasts a plethora of big-name shareholders among its backers, will focus on building its product rather than chasing more funding in the immediate future, B3I CEO John Carolin told Post at a launch event.
MS Amlin is to withdraw from nine lines of business that “no longer form part of its future strategic direction” as part of a wider restructure following an underwriting review.
Reinsurance rates have started to rise after a series of natural disasters in 2017 and 2018, but the increases are not being seen across the board.
Activist investor CIAM has blasted Scor's strategy as "without significant intrinsic value creation" in a letter to the resinsurer's lead director, following reports in the French media on its collapsed merger talks with Covéa.
Markel International has promoted three of its claims leadership team, with a view to giving parts of the business more specialised management.
Following a line of cyber-related regulatory developments, Lloyd's has announced it is mandating that “all non-affirmative policies provide clarity regarding cyber coverage by either excluding or providing affirmative coverage". But according to Barnaby…
The Governor of the Bank of England has described climate as a “big, big issue” for general insurers and reinsurers.
There are obvious parallels between gender inequality in insurance and in sports like football says Aaida Abu Jaber, head of diversity and inclusion at International General Insurance. That is why in June this year, IGI will take part in Equal Playing…
Terrorism has been a constant threat in the UK for more than half a century and has proved hard for security forces to keep up with, so it is hardly surprising that the insurance market too has found itself trying to repair gaps in cover as they emerge