Few disagree that John Neal, the chief executive of Lloyd’s for a year, has done much to move the market in the right direction. But the sheer scale and complexity of his task raises questions of whether the overall war can be won. Intelligent Insurer gauged the views of the market around the future of Lloyd’s.
Hailed as one of the few insurtech technologies with the potential to transform the centuries-old re/insurance industry, blockchain is finally moving from 'hype' to reality as companies are becoming increasingly focused on investment returns and solutions with real-world use.
A new generation of workers represents the future for the re/insurance sector. Intelligent Insurer investigates some of the tactics being used by companies to ensure they attract, retain and motivate this generation.
When an M&A deal is potentially on the table, the board’s primary responsibility should be to maximise value to shareholders. Intelligent Insurer looks at key factors which ensure a successful transaction.
Two years after VIG Re made the move into Continental Europe, its growth is ahead of expectations as clients who are appreciative of its values, expertise and ethos allow the company to get ahead of the pack to work with them. Intelligent Insurer spoke to chief executive Johannes Martin Hartmann.
Improving rates in the US primary insurance P&C market mean opportunities for quota share reinsurers to review and reduce their cede commissions to align them to achieve profitable results, Shevawn Barder of AM Re tells Intelligent Insurer.
The dial is slowly shifting for diversity and inclusion in the insurance industry, but is still lagging far behind other sectors due to the lack of flexibility in workplaces and initiatives to support change.
Re/insurers with their sights set high must substitute old habits and ways of working with brave strategic thinking if they hope to join the ‘power curve’ club of top profit makers. Intelligent Insurer reports on significant new research from McKinsey.
The underwriting division of GRP, which consists of seven niche and speciality line MGAs representing over £100 million in gross written premiums, is one of the newest members of the MGAA. The division’s chief executive officer Clive Nathan discusses why now is a good time for MGAs to flourish.
Managing general agents have been popular in the market recently, but what’s been driving this popularity? Intelligent Insurer speaks to a number of newly formed ventures to find out.