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Completes AFG's exit from the Lloyd's insurance market.
Succeeds Corinne Vitrac, who has moved to AXA Group as Head of Group P&C Risk Management.
Virtual celebration of excellence recognises P&C market’s top performers.
Model looks at livestock risks for leading global producer.
Insured losses could be between $4bn to $8bn.
Bermuda office to expand with new hires.
Share price falls 12% following trading update.
Dive In releases survey findings ahead of this year's virtual festival from 22-24 September.
Arch Underwriting and Barbican Managing Agency merged.
Virtual property claims inspection technology matures just in time, given COVID-19 risks, says QBE.
Kroll Bond Rating Agency's (KBRA) Peter Giacone on how second and third order impacts of the pandemic will affect the insurance industry.
By Michael Lewis, Head of ESG Thematic Research; Murray Birt, Senior ESG Strategist; Marlon Rockenfeller, Head of Insurance Strategy & Advisory, EMEA & APA; and Thomas Gillmann, Insurance Strategy & Advisory, EMEA & APAC.
Travesty would be a return to the old methods of working post-coronavirus.
The MGU business model is agile enough to continue growing while others struggle, according to Brad Emmons, President & CEO of Orchid Underwriters.
Reactions’ Editor-in-Chief on why right now, a little mercy can go a long way.
Ransomware attacks: A million-dollar threat for SMEs.
Reactions editor Shawn Moynihan looks at how the Insurance Apprenticeship USA scheme could boost recruitment issues.
Ascot’s Kenny Li talks about what can happen when asset managers invest outside their mandate.
Working remotely has changed employment practices permanently – presenting big challenges to insurers’ HR departments, says Tom Welchman, a Partner at McKinsey.
Most insurers were rocked by investment losses resulting from market volatility and are now looking at ways of improving the resilience of their portfolios, according to Ed Collinge, Global Head of Insurance at Robeco.
London Market Group CEO Clare Lebecq on the current state of the market and future-proofing for longer-term success.
The launch of Brit’s new follow-only syndicate in Q4 could offer a glimpse on the future of Lloyd’s.
Asta CEO says in Carbon, the SIAB scheme is achieving what it was designed for.
ACORD CEO Bill Pieroni identifies weaknesses in digital processes laid bare by COVID-19.
DWS executives weigh in on how investment strategies have adapted in a highly volatile period.
Allianz UK CIO Ying Ye discusses where several long-term opportunities may lie.
AIG’s Greg Vernaci on cyber liability pricing, affirming coverage and why ransomware needs to be considered a top threat by all organisations.
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