London Matters Report highlights key areas of concern
Compre is to establish an insurance company in the Republic of Malta.
Markerstudy was forced to inject fresh cash into the business after falling short of its solvency requirement by £109m.
Global reinsurance, wholesale and specialty broker Ed has appointed James Blacker as managing director of property and casualty.
European run-off insurance company Darag has named Stuart Davies as chairman of the group.
The change to the Ogden discount rate from 2.5% to negative 0.75% is predicted to cost the market £3.5bn across all lines of business.
Pool Re will soon receive the first claims from the Manchester terror attacks, its chief underwriting officer has confirmed.
Tysers saw its revenue increase 12.8% in 2016 to £52.8m from £46.8m in the previous year.
Helios has acquired Lloyd’s limited liability member, Nottus, as part of its strategy to increase underwriting capacity.
Reinsurance, wholesale and specialty broker, Ed has appointed Ian Wicks as chairman of non-marine reinsurance.
Hans van Oort has been appointed as the managing director of Guy Carpenter Benelux and will be responsible for leading the company’s presence in Belgium.
The London market is losing ground as a global centre for reinsurance and faces significant challenges in emerging markets and diversity, according to the London Market Group
Reinsurance pricing is unlikely to change its course over the next year, with soft market conditions expected to continue and further pricing declines anticipated, according to Fitch Ratings.
Lloyd’s has commenced operations in India with MS Amlin the first syndicate to begin underwriting from 1 April.
The 1 April reinsurance renewals saw rate reductions range from flat to mid-single digit reductions, an improvement compared to the low double digit range seen 12 months ago, according to Willis Re.
The decision to cut the Ogden discount rate for the first time in 16 years sent shock waves through the industry that will be felt for months and years to come.
Property and casualty reinsurer Greenlight has appointed ex-Liberty boss Patrick O’Brien as CEO of the company.
Higher layer reinsurance rates could increase by up to 400% as a result of the change to the Ogden discount rate, experts say.
CEO also says business will 'shrink' home portfolio
The safeguards provided by Solvency II mean that a new EU framework on recovery and resolution for insurers is not required, according to Insurance Europe.
Swiss Re’s Matthias Weber is to step down as group chief underwriting officer.
Reinsurance giant Swiss Re has reported a 45% drop in fourth quarter net profit, citing costly natural catastrophe claims for the fall in profit.
Scor Global P&C reported gross written premiums of €5.3bn (£4.4bn) at the end of 2016, an increase of 1.2% at constant exchange rates.
Global speciality insurer MS Amlin has joined Flood Re with accessibility for the renewal of new business beginning 1 March 2017.