Latest Insurance News
Cat losses for the first quarter of the year are estimated to be nearly $700m.
Islamic insurance is on the rise in one of the largest MENA markets, and around the globe.
Storms Dragi and Eberhard preliminary loss amounts total €740m.
The two syndicates will combine in 2020 to create a top-five insurer at Lloyd’s.
In his April column, Editor-in-Chief Shawn Moynihan discusses the recent furore over sexual harassment at Lloyd's of London.
Bermuda-based group enters agreement for claims dating back to 1980s.
Financial institutions can no longer ignore existential risks report says.
Insurance Europe applauds endorsement of EIOPA as EU supervisor.
Acquisition furthers Liberty Mutual’s global expansion strategy.
Reaction's editor Andrew Putwain reflects on his experiences in the market thus far.
Financial institutions are in a tizzy regarding the EU's General Data Protection Regulation due to its steep fines and extensive requirements- who will be the first insurers to feel the sting?
Reactions editor Christopher Munro considers what might have been with England at the World Cup and Bermuda's role in the re/insurance industry.
It’s no exaggeration to say that in London on the morning of Friday June 24, there was an outbreak of grief, heartbreak and tears, following the news that Brexit had triumphed in the referendum and the UK was set to leave the EU.
The implications of the UK’s vote to leave the EU on the North American re/insurance industry remains opaque.
Protectionism is about the worst enemy that re/insurance faces, aside from Armageddon at the hands of war or natural catastrophe.
Some of what Alvin Toffler, author of influential book Future Shock, said about society could be applied to the insurance industry’s state of mind.
China’s assets managed by insurers have doubled within four years, reaching around $2.1trn.
Under successive leaders, Canada has been one of the worst performers on the global stage in terms of climate protection.
CEO Alan Colberg outlines the changes brought to its management structure, its risk selection and its embrace of new technologies.
A major eruption of Mount Agnung in Indonesia could cause more than $70bn in economic losses, but insured losses are expected to be low.
Earnings per share ticked up to $0.79 for the quarter while underlying revenue at Guy Carp increased by 4% on the prior year period.
One of the first brokers to build a book of cyber business, Chris Cotterell explains that the cyber market has come full circle.
Unstructured and underused data may be a gold mine for re/insurers according to CSC and Xchanging.
Xceedance CEO Arun Valakrishnan highlights the wealth of Indian tech talent that re/insurance businesses are failing to employ.
Africa Re’s group managing director and CEO, Corneille Karekezi, gives his perspective on the outlook for the continent’s reinsurance markets.
Willis Re’s chief executive John Cavanagh remains optimistic at his company’s future growth prospects even though market conditions are tough.
BMS has undergone a comprehensive revamp – strategically and financially – since June last year. One year on, Reactions talks with BMS Group CEO Nick Cook to find out more about the ambitious five year strategy the broker is implementing.
In this month's Reactions