by Samuel Casey | October 27, 2020
The carrier aims to create a separate company from its life and retirement business.
by Anna Sagar | October 27, 2020
The Zurich carrier opens its international programme administration platform up to industry peers.
by John Hewitt Jones | October 27, 2020
The new entity will begin accepting risks on 1 November.
by Jeff Kuntz | October 26, 2020
Repeated pelting from smaller cat losses presents a host of challenges for carriers.
by Anna Sagar and Adam McNestrie | October 23, 2020
As many as 11 accounts have moved in recent weeks among major and start-up brokers.
by Catrin Shi | October 23, 2020
A recent Clyde & Co survey shows carriers are more bearish than MGAs on capital provision, and their demands are changing.
by Rachel Dalton | October 23, 2020
The world’s largest fund manager also finds low investment returns and pandemic pay-outs top list of post-pandemic headwinds.
by Rachel Dalton | October 22, 2020
The Talanx-owned carrier adds EUR300mn of premium through the deal with seller Apollo.
by Laura Board | October 20, 2020
“Non-Covid” claims in the quarter also came in above average, with the Beirut blast its largest man-made loss.
by Samuel Casey | October 16, 2020
The carrier will have a 2021 stamp capacity of £1.7bn following the merger with AmTrust Syndicate 1861.
by Fiona Robertson | October 1, 2020
Analyst Philip Kett suggested that the carrier has "adequate but not comfortable levels of capital".
by Rachel Dalton | September 30, 2020
The investment relations head will also join the group executive committee next month.
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