Insurance regulation news
by Bernard Goyder | October 4, 2019
About 90,000 policyholders have been impacted by liquidation of carrier, which allegedly failed to obtain permission for a business deal.
by Rachel Dalton | October 3, 2019
The start-up’s move coincides with rate increases in the business segment.
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.
by Rachel Dalton | September 9, 2019
The early renewal points to a tough market for cedants hit by California wildfires.
by Laura Sanicola | August 14, 2019
Hamlin will serve as policy adviser for emerging products and Demory will be in charge of the new positions to assist in agency oversight.
by Laura Sanicola | August 12, 2019
The move follows regulatory scrutiny in other states over the offering of Carry Guard policies.
by Christopher Munro | July 10, 2019
The operations are making moves to help protect the business as an ongoing concern.
by Catrin Shi | July 5, 2019
Candidates for the fast-track route must meet defined success criteria or face being put into run-off by Lloyd’s, according to a working framework seen by this publication.