Inigo

Hiscox’s Lyons and Reynolds latest liability underwriters to exit for Inigo

2021-04-14T07:36:00+01:00

Hiscox London Market general liability underwriters Flavia Lions and Olivia Reynolds are the latest within its casualty unit to tender their notice, with the pair moving to Lloyd’s start-up Inigo, The Insurer can reveal.

Bob Roland – CopperPoint

CopperPoint’s Roland assumes COO role from retiring Shader

2021-04-14T12:39:00+01:00

US regional commercial insurer CopperPoint Insurance Companies has appointed Bob Roland chief operating officer (COO) with the executive assuming the role in addition to his existing chief administrative officer position.

Evergreen

Ever Given P&I club disputes “extraordinarily large” $916mn Suez Canal claim

2021-04-14T12:30:00+01:00

The UK P&I Club has disputed a “largely unsupported” claim of $916mn that has been filed by the Suez Canal Authority (SCA) against owners of the containership the Ever Given as the vessel is impounded by Eyptian authorities.

Cyclone – Seroja

Cyclone Seroja declared catastrophe by ICA following Western Australia landfall

2021-04-14T11:21:00+01:00

Cyclone Seroja has become the third event of 2021 to be declared a catastrophe by the Insurance Council of Australia (ICA) following its landfall in Western Australia on Sunday.

Jane Warren – Liberty Specialty Markets

LSM appoints Warren active underwriter for Syndicate 4472

2021-04-14T08:18:00+01:00

Liberty Specialty Markets has appointed Jane Warren as active underwriter for Syndicate 4472.

Bob Roland – CopperPoint

CopperPoint’s Roland assumes COO role from retiring Shader

2021-04-14T12:39:00+01:00

US regional commercial insurer CopperPoint Insurance Companies has appointed Bob Roland chief operating officer (COO) with the executive assuming the role in addition to his existing chief administrative officer position.

Evergreen

Ever Given P&I club disputes “extraordinarily large” $916mn Suez Canal claim

2021-04-14T12:30:00+01:00

The UK P&I Club has disputed a “largely unsupported” claim of $916mn that has been filed by the Suez Canal Authority (SCA) against owners of the containership the Ever Given as the vessel is impounded by Eyptian authorities.

Cyclone – Seroja

Cyclone Seroja declared catastrophe by ICA following Western Australia landfall

2021-04-14T11:21:00+01:00

Cyclone Seroja has become the third event of 2021 to be declared a catastrophe by the Insurance Council of Australia (ICA) following its landfall in Western Australia on Sunday.

Jane Warren – Liberty Specialty Markets

LSM appoints Warren active underwriter for Syndicate 4472

2021-04-14T08:18:00+01:00

Liberty Specialty Markets has appointed Jane Warren as active underwriter for Syndicate 4472.

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Willis Re candidates

Willis Re: The $3bn+ runners and riders…

When Aon announced on 9 March 2020 that it had agreed to buy Willis Towers Watson (WTW) in a ~$30bn all-stock deal, the day wasn’t finished before speculation began about the prospect of spin-offs to appease regulators’ antitrust concerns.

Lloyd's

Lloyd’s 2020: The best and worst performing syndicates

Following the release of Lloyd’s 2020 results yesterday – which saw the market report a combined ratio of 110.3 percent – The Insurer has compiled the results of the 99 syndicates trading at One Lime Street last year.

Aon and WTW

Aon-WTW: Five key developments on the road to completing the deal

Aon’s all-stock ~$30bn acquisition of Willis Towers Watson was always an ambitious undertaking. While both firms publicly spoke of their confidence the agreed deal would conclude without major divestments, the developments of the past few months have made it clear this is not going to happen.

Willis Re candidates

Willis Re: The $3bn+ runners and riders…

When Aon announced on 9 March 2020 that it had agreed to buy Willis Towers Watson (WTW) in a ~$30bn all-stock deal, the day wasn’t finished before speculation began about the prospect of spin-offs to appease regulators’ antitrust concerns.

Lloyd's

Lloyd’s 2020: The best and worst performing syndicates

Following the release of Lloyd’s 2020 results yesterday – which saw the market report a combined ratio of 110.3 percent – The Insurer has compiled the results of the 99 syndicates trading at One Lime Street last year.

Aon and WTW

Aon-WTW: Five key developments on the road to completing the deal

Aon’s all-stock ~$30bn acquisition of Willis Towers Watson was always an ambitious undertaking. While both firms publicly spoke of their confidence the agreed deal would conclude without major divestments, the developments of the past few months have made it clear this is not going to happen.

Reinsurers underlying performance in focus for 2021

Willis Re highlights reinsurers’ underlying conditions

A new report from Willis Re has highlighted reinsurers’ underlying performance in 2020 is no cause for celebration, and that there remains a need for a lot of improvement.

Insurance rates index

Eeyore or Goldilocks: what’s happening with (re)insurance rates?

As we all know, the world is divided between those who take a rosy, glass-half-full view of events and those who squint at the glass and gloomily come to a more Eeyorish interpretation.

Lloyds buidling landscape

Five reasons for optimism at One Lime Street…

While headline figures showed a fourth consecutive year of underwriting losses and a combined ratio of 110.3 percent, the mood among senior management at the Corporation was one of optimism.

Reinsurers underlying performance in focus for 2021

Willis Re highlights reinsurers’ underlying conditions

A new report from Willis Re has highlighted reinsurers’ underlying performance in 2020 is no cause for celebration, and that there remains a need for a lot of improvement.

Insurance rates index

Eeyore or Goldilocks: what’s happening with (re)insurance rates?

As we all know, the world is divided between those who take a rosy, glass-half-full view of events and those who squint at the glass and gloomily come to a more Eeyorish interpretation.

Lloyds buidling landscape

Five reasons for optimism at One Lime Street…

While headline figures showed a fourth consecutive year of underwriting losses and a combined ratio of 110.3 percent, the mood among senior management at the Corporation was one of optimism.