Welcome to a new edition of Close Quarter with Frank Reichelt, head of Northern, Central and Eastern Europe at Swiss Re since 2018.
Covid-19 has demonstrated the changing attitudes to office working with staff across the City looking to work on a flexible basis, Gallagher’s Europe, Middle East and Asia CEO Simon Matson tells The Insurer TV, raising questions as to how much future business will be written in the Lloyd’s underwriting room.
Welcome to the latest episode of Close Quarter with Nikhil da Victoria Lobo, head of Western and Southern Europe (WSE) at Swiss Re.
(Re)insurers have the opportunity to be a positive force in changing the current path towards catastrophic climate change impacts, according to Swiss Re’s head of Western and Southern Europe Nikhil da Victoria Lobo.
Welcome to a special edition of Leading Voices, in which we talk to Simon Matson, CEO of Gallagher’s broking and underwriting businesses in Europe, Middle East and Asia since January 2021.
Only a week after it was confirmed Arthur J Gallagher has agreed to pay $3.57bn to acquire a host of Willis Towers Watson (WTW) divestments, the broker’s EMEA CEO Simon Matson in an exclusive interview with The Insurer TV opens up on his firm’s “once in a lifetime” transaction.
Despite benefiting from a Covid-related slowdown in courts in 2020, casualty insurers are facing a myriad of challenges that show that “risk is alive and well”, believes Amanda Nguyen, senior managing director at Aon’s Reinsurance Solutions.
The casualty market needs to become more creative, according to Amanda Nguyen, senior managing director at Aon’s Reinsurance Solutions, with a new collaboration between the broking giant and Praedicat aimed at increasing the size of the market.
Welcome to the latest episode of Close Quarter with Amanda Nguyen, senior managing director at Aon’s Reinsurance Solutions, who joined the corporation in 2001.
Reinsurance is a critical component to “financing welfare”, Scor chairman and CEO Denis Kessler tells The Insurer TV in the latest Leading Voices episode.
As he prepares to stand down as CEO of Scor next year, Denis Kessler in an exclusive interview with The Insurer TV has stated his proudest achievement is pulling the French reinsurer back from the brink of bankruptcy and emphatically ruled out a late-career move into politics.