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COVID-19 crisis overshadows Lloyd’s strong 2019 results

Global, London, London Market, USA27-03-2020Broking, Capital Management, Catastrophe, Claims, Directors and Officers (D&O), Medical Liability, Risk ModellingClaire Churchard

The market reports a £2.5bn return to profit and improved underwriting performance, but the pandemic is already taking its toll hitting assets and refocusing future priorities. CEO John Neal says the outbreak will change the world and ways of working forever. Intelligent Insurer reports.

Could the Aon/Willis Towers Watson merger be in jeopardy?

Global25-03-2020BrokingClaire Churchard

It's the second time around for Aon’s acquisition of WTW, but the $30bn merger everyone is talking about has sailed into a COVID-19 induced storm of market volatility, not to mention heavy scrutiny from the regulators. With so much external pressure, what is the forecast for the deal, and will it even go ahead? Intelligent Insurer investigates.

COVID 19: Forced retrospective payments in US ‘risk industry stability’

North America24-03-2020Property and Casualty (P&C)

An influential insurance body has warned American legislators not to impose retroactive insurance payments as it could destabilise the insurance sector, dubbed ‘one of the nation’s essential services’.

Swiss Re ‘resilient’ in face of pandemic - but has $3.1bn exposure in L&H

Global23-03-2020Life & Health, Property and Casualty (P&C)

Reinsurer ‘put in place hedges’ as the pandemic began to unfold, to ‘partially mitigate the economic impacts’.

COVID-19 could drive private equity-driven M&A in insurance sector

Global19-03-2020General Insurance

The shifting economic landscape is creating an air of uncertainty and many M&A deals are being put on hold. But, dealmakers also see opportunities in an economic downturn.

COVID-19 will hit life insurers hardest

Global18-03-2020Catastrophe, Life & Health, Life Insurance

The ripple effect of COVID-19 has now spread deep into global financial markets and falling interest rates are putting increasing pressure on insurers earnings and capital.

COVID-19 may mean rate hikes for renewables projects

UK17-03-2020Renewable Energy

Renewable energy projects are facing a direct impact from COVID-19 through decreased working patterns and business interruption. And the sector could also face rate hikes from their insurers and potential gaps in coverage depending on policy wordings.

Challenges ahead as complex risk of renewables drives up costs

Global13-03-2020Cyber, Renewable Energy

Mounting pressure on governments and insurers to adopt more sustainable models is driving investment in renewables. But climate change coupled with an adjusting insurance market is making renewables projects more expensive to insure.

Kenya key to fruitful US-Africa insurance trade agreement

Africa, China, UK, USA12-03-2020General Insurance, Motor re/insurance

When looking to tap foreign markets, many re/insurers are faced with significant barriers to entry such as forced data localisation and caps on foreign investment. The American Property Casualty Insurance Association (APCIA) seeks to leverage the US trade agenda to mitigate these barriers, spotlighting Africa as a land of opportunity.

Affirmative cyber policies vital for maritime sector


In the shipping industry, a cyber incident has the potential to reroute vessels and disrupt supply chains critical for world trade. But, there are hidden protection gaps associated with cyber risk which could be targeted by sophisticated hackers.

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