The International Union of Marine Insurance’s annual conference is heading to Africa for the first time in its long history, as current president Dieter Berg looks to depart.
The partnership of emerging climate risk manager Jupiter with QBE Insurance Group is a move that reinforces the insurance giant’s sustainable initiatives.
Insured losses for the first half of the year reached $20bn, a third lower than that incurred during the same period in 2017 according to Swiss Re's latest Sigma report.
The former financial services group chief executive will be responsible for aligning the US and global operations of the broker.
It is Brexit uncertainty that belies R&Q’s decision to sign up with three EU-based managing general agents.
Rendez-vous veterans Paddy Jago and Ken Randall discuss the different challenges facing the industry that will enliven discussions at the Monte Carlo Rendez-vous.
The company wants to increase fourfold the amount of general liability it writes in Continental Europe within the next seven years.
Not only do many members of the Lloyd's Market Association support the adoption of insurance-linked securities, but a large proportion also believe they can help expand the perils covered by the financial instruments.
The StarStone-led Australasian casualty consortium is targeting a lead market position by doing more than just bringing additional capacity to the market.
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