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Analysts give their view on how insurers have managed COVID-19 and their future outlook for the region.
Storms and floods make up significant part of July’s natural catastrophes.
To combine in a cash and stock transaction to form SiriusPoint.
Ratings agency expects life mortality business to drive increase in insured losses.
Expects to write €2bn more in premium this year than previously forecast.
City rocked by powerful explosion after port warehouse catches fire.
Replaces Donald Callahan who is stepping down from the role after 20 years.
Puts forward offer price of 250p per Hastings share.
Yeo joins from Aspen Singapore as Nexus looks to boost Asian business.
Terrorism reinsurance mutual could be the basis of a wider systemic risk reinsurer of last resort.
Rise in demand, Aon/Willis deal paint a rosier picture for reinsurance broking, says Beach CEO Jason Howard.
QBE Re’s new Managing Director discusses taking on the position during the coronavirus and how it will affect the reinsurance sector.
Today’s chief risk officers operate in a more dynamic environment than ever, says Frieder Knüpling, Group CRO at SCOR and chair of the CRO Forum.
Broking group eyes opportunities from the Aon-Willis merger, including Miller.
Alan Jay Kaufman, Chairman, President and CEO of H.W. Kaufman Group, discusses the current state of the market and mitigating against COVID-19 developments.
New syndicate 2288 will be about “trying to reinvent insurance for the modern age,” says Victor International’s president.
A look at the homeowners InsurTech’s latest plans, which include expanding its footprint with a bit of assistance.
Industry veteran Manuel Almenara discusses Hello ZUM, an InsurTech solution designed as a distribution facilitation tool.
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