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Combined ratio improves to 88.7%.
Economic uncertainty leads AM Best to maintain its negative outlook.
Solvency concerns remain among carriers however, Moody’s says.
Long underestimated pandemic risk rockets to No. 1 in rankings.
Carriers want speed limits, strengthened safety rules, better infrastructure.
But claims costs will rise as a result of the decision, Fitch says.
Litigation landslide on the way as Supreme Court finds for policyholders.
SVP moves to Bermuda from AXA XL in Dublin.
The doubling of its elderly population by 2040 could pose big problems for domestic insurers: Moody’s
Rise in demand, Aon/Willis deal paint a rosier picture for reinsurance broking, says Beach CEO Jason Howard.
QBE Re’s new Managing Director discusses taking on the position during the coronavirus and how it will affect the reinsurance sector.
AIG’s Greg Vernaci on cyber liability pricing, affirming coverage and why ransomware needs to be considered a top threat by all organisations.
Growing broker to continue building out global platform as it looks to benefit from any Aon-Willis talent fallout.
RPS President Joel Cavaness discusses how the E&S business faces one of its biggest challenges to date.
Broking group eyes opportunities from the Aon-Willis merger, including Miller.
Alan Jay Kaufman, Chairman, President and CEO of H.W. Kaufman Group, discusses the current state of the market and mitigating against COVID-19 developments.
New syndicate 2288 will be about “trying to reinvent insurance for the modern age,” says Victor International’s president.
Peter Elson, CEO of Gallagher Aerospace, discusses with Mark Richardson why expanded competition among brokers in this challenged line is good for clients – and business.
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