After walking away satisfied with its estimates for last year’s hurricanes, RMS is seeking to up the ante by seeking to estimate losses before a hurricane even hits.
The broker is set to launch a new strategic plan which aims to double its revenues by 2021.
Karen Clark & Co has estimated an insured loss of $2.5bn from the so-called ring of fire storms that hit the US in May.
Richard Carver has left Aon Benfield for a second time and moved to Guy Carpenter as head of the company's UK non-marine operations.
Banks’ need for non-payment cover is boosting CPRI business in London, brokers say.
The latest renewal for the farm bill has failed to pass a vote in the House which has concerned one industry group as it includes reforms to the Federally-backed crop insurance programme.
Allstate's catastrophe losses in April were slightly higher than last year following a tame first quarter of 2018.
XL Catlin has responded to growing demand in the US for war, terrorism and political violence cover by adding to its underwriting team.
Japan's Sompo Holdings has set itself the target of doubling its 2018 consolidated ordinary profit after catastrophe losses hit its numbers for last year.
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