AIG’s CEO is attempting the difficult two-step of communicating the firm’s challenges as well as confidence in its turnaround.
Sir David Rowland’s death is a reminder of Lloyd’s capacity for adaptation and renewal.
Private equity and in-market consolidators look to profit as Lloyd’s challenges provoke evolution of ownership structure.
Repeated record wildfire losses have seen carriers scale back their offerings.
The group increased the reach of its Hydra captive and eked out low single-digit rate decreases across the rest of the placement.
The leading figures in the Latin American reinsurance market are in Miami for the region’s version of the Monte Carlo Rendez-Vous de Septembre.
Turning round MS Amlin, the former shining star of the Lloyd’s market, was never going to happen overnight.
As activist investor Voce Capital Management becomes the carrier’s fourth-largest shareholder, this publication explores what incentive the investor has to push for a sale.
Fourth-quarter investment income at AIG’s general insurance arm was down 61 percent on the previous quarter, but performance could recover in Q1.
Aside from the noise around elevated catastrophes and lacklustre renewals, Q4 underlying loss ratios continued to rise.
The Eurekahedge ILS Advisers index posted its worst December performance on record.