This publication explores the ramifications of John Neal’s plans for a greater distinction between lead and following markets at Lloyd’s.
The broker will always be with us
As the Argo-Voce skirmish nears its first checkpoint, a proxy vote, The Insurance Insider breaks down the state of affairs and speculates on paths forward.
The future of insurance lies in the application of artificial intelligence across the value chain.
Insurers and brokers cut the gap between men’s and women’s pay but discrepancy remained greater than in the financial services sector as a whole.
There is no doubt that some serious work needs to be done to change the way flood insurance is charged by Fema.
The second edition of the survey generated a ranking of 227 reinsurance professionals
Nine broking houses made it to the ranking this year versus 54 underwriting firms.
Participants at Trading Risk’s ILS conference in London last week said insurance linked securities must play a role in the Lloyd’s restructure.