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Solvency II regulations in for some adjustments, says BoE’s Saporta.
Syndicate performance remains a priority as pricing improves.
Official network compensates for lack of informal face-to-face meetings.
Fair pricing rules will drag on motor and household lines, Fitch says.
Total return reinsurer names Andrew Gladwin as London lead.
Acquisition adds to Howden’s cyber capability and UK SME offering.
Former Hiscox execs’ venture a boost for London market.
Jefferies’ Philip Kett says environment resembles 2000-2001 correction.
Algo-driven Lloyd’s follower open for business from 1 January.
Working remotely has changed employment practices permanently – presenting big challenges to insurers’ HR departments, says Tom Welchman, a Partner at McKinsey.
Most insurers were rocked by investment losses resulting from market volatility and are now looking at ways of improving the resilience of their portfolios, according to Ed Collinge, Global Head of Insurance at Robeco.
London Market Group CEO Clare Lebecq on the current state of the market and future-proofing for longer-term success.
Firms will need to adapt to the new market dynamics, according to the new CEO of THB.
The launch of Brit’s new follow-only syndicate in Q4 could offer a glimpse on the future of Lloyd’s.
Asta CEO says in Carbon, the SIAB scheme is achieving what it was designed for.
ACORD CEO Bill Pieroni identifies weaknesses in digital processes laid bare by COVID-19.
Terrorism reinsurance mutual could be the basis of a wider systemic risk reinsurer of last resort.
Pool Re’s Ian Coulman on difficult decisions facing CIOs.
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