Commercial lines insurance news
by John Hewitt Jones | October 17, 2019
The auto insurer will remain on the stock exchange if it complies with a request for outstanding submissions.
by Christie Smythe | October 17, 2019
The carrier’s announcement that it was cancelling coverage to Uber has not affected the outlook.
by Bernard Goyder | October 15, 2019
The InsurTech, formerly named Verifly, sells short-term liability insurance for freelancers and small businesses.
by Bernard Goyder | October 9, 2019
Data tools could help the carrier boost profitability for the line, which has been under significant strain across the market.
by Bernard Goyder and Christopher Munro | October 8, 2019
James River also expects a pre-tax adverse development of $55mn to $60mn for the 2016 and 2017 underwriting years.
by Bernard Goyder | October 8, 2019
The fronting carrier became a paper provider to four InsurTech and excess and surplus (E&S) MGAs in the past month.
by Christopher Munro | October 1, 2019
Markel International has sold the remnants of its Brazilian business less than a year after it scaled back its involvement in the region.
by Bernard Goyder | September 30, 2019
The state will work with AgriLogic Consulting to build a yield-based industrial hemp crop insurance scheme on behalf of the US Department of Agriculture.