Maiden Holdings, Ltd. has grown its premium income even in tough economic conditions, due to a strategy of writing reinsurance business for regional and specialty insurers in the US and Europe.
We asked more than 6,000 Intelligent Insurer readers, either in the US or involved in US insurance business, who they consider to be the best companies in various sectors of the market.
In our survey of Europe’s market leaders, we asked our European readers to provide their opinions on the Continent’s leading players. Respondents were drawn from a host of companies from across the industry and their answers provide a telling insight into the industry’s best.
Allianz, AXA, Aviva, Generali, Mapfre and Zurich—each one is the flag carrier for its country, with a reputation synonymous with its home insurance market.
A mixture of economic incentives and new regulation has brought change to the US excess and surplus lines market. We ask which companies won and lost in 2010, and who will gain in 2011.
With so many insurance and reinsurance professionals in one place, the reinsurance rendez-vous in Monte Carlo lends itself to bold statements and extravagant stunts. Such grand gestures can seal the reputation of all those involved.
Aon Benfield explains why ReMetrica is ideal for Solvency II.
Barrie & Hibbert introduces its ESG modelling suite.
Preparing for Solvency II and deriving longer-term benefits from the work involved is pushing the envelope of software and business integration, says Peter England.
Christophe Burckbuchler, director, product management, outlines Moody’s Analytics’ Solvency II-compliant risk management solution.