Q4 and 2018 results contain plenty of noise from catastrophes and commercial auto charges, but underlying business looks solid and stable.
Why should Leadenhall be hived off into the Mitsui’s asset management division?
The second instalment of our lead article on Q4 results explores commercial property, workers’ comp and 2019 financial guidance.
The new CEO made a positive first impression in his inaugural address, but still has key questions to answer in setting out his visions for Lloyd’s.
A summary of the key points of the CEO's speech and a subsequent Q&A session at The Insurance Insider's Lime Street Perspective event.
New Lloyd’s CEO has come in with a broader remit and more powers than his predecessor Inga Beale.
The Aon executive implied brokers would be more likely to bring business to Lloyd’s if issues around technology and relevance were addressed.
Sexual harassment allegations against corporate executives are starting to spawn securities lawsuits.
US carriers and brokers are next to be targeted by a coal divestment campaign.
As always at Lloyd’s, the Corporation is attempting to walk a thin line between delivering robust regulation and micro-managing market constituents.
Disclosure marks U-turn from prior commitment to partner with Maiden on around $500mn of reinsurance premiums.