The storm has caused widespread damage throughout the Caribbean, just a few weeks after Hurricane Irma bowled through the region.
Payments from the Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility resulting from Hurricane Irma have hit $31.2m, with claims from the excess rainfall protection it offers pushing the total beyond the $30m threshold.
Zurich North America's long-standing chief executive Mike Foley (pictured) will leave the business at the end of the year, with Kathleen Savio replacing him on January 1, 2018.
RMS believes insured losses from Hurricane Irma will stand between $35bn and $55bn with the majority of claims originating from Florida.
Minesh Jani will replace Andy Chang in the role as Ed plans to expand in the region.
The island prepared for casualties and property damage as the storm lashed the island.
The ex-spook will provide the insurer with market intelligence and help expand its range of cyber products.
Mexico has suffered a second major earthquake event in less than a fortnight with economic losses expected to exceed $1bn.
Arch Capital Group has given Nicolas Papadopoulo and Maamoun Rajeh new roles in light of David McElroy's decision to take on a new role with the business.