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Punitive measures can add insult to injury, post-loss
London broker's holding company, Minova, will cease to exist
Deal boosts SCOR’s ILS assets under management to $2.1bn
Expert study finds IPCC prediction too conservative
Jaunt will offer cover for as little as one hour
Several new leadership announcements made, post-JLT acquisition
Aon composite weathers two years of unprecedented attrition.
McGill & Partners attracts experienced industry executives.
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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.
This month's magazine issue celebrates 35 years of Reactions, plus features on terrorism, Iran sanctions, reinsurance broking and the run-off market.
Reactions asks leading women in re/insurance about diversity and inclusion in the industry, what it's doing wrong, and what it needs to do to get it right.
If the actors of today’s re/insurance market were transposed into the setting of a 1980s high school movie, the plot would definitely be Prom Night.
Comment: Whether its brokers, insurers or reinsurers, companies are currently coupling up like amorous teens at a high school dance.
Broker JLT has warned that a number of risks are likely to grow in 2015, including sovereign default,
The consolidated business will be called Carpenter Marsh Fac Re.
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.
Michael Westwood will head the unit which is focused on providing insurance solutions for business networks.
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.
John Nelson has had a busy first year as chairman of Lloyd’s, with the market’s Vision 2025 plan his biggest contribution so far. He believes the make-up of firms and people at Lloyd’s is not diverse enough.
INTERVIEW: Greg Case, CEO of Aon, believes that the insurance broker can help its customers manage their way through the tough global operating environment and rise to the challenge of new and complex risks by working on a more robust fact basis.
Martin Sullivan, who was appointed deputy chairman of Willis last year, discusses his role and objectives now that he has re-invented himself as a broker after formerly being CEO of AIG.
In this month's Reactions