Tunnicliffe was UK CEO of commercial risk solutions, health solutions and affinity until 2017.
S&P warns of capital erosion particularly for life insurers and those with thin buffers.
The start-up is backed by Lloyds of London, providing protection from cryptocurrency theft.
The executive has over a decade of actuarial and pricing experience at Renaissance Re and Liberty Specialty Markets.
PwC believes the financial services sector will play a crucial role following the pandemic.
The carrier will provide 100% capacity for up to £50m in premiums through until 2024 for Pen’s construction business.
Flood Re believes new amendments will ultimately assist in the scheme’s transition out of the market by 2039.
The partnership seeks to capitalise on new growth opportunities in the property and casualty market in the US and internationally.
The insurer plans to roll out more intermediary products on UnderwriteMe's protection platform.
The broker has hired another executive from Chesterfield Insurance Brokers to help establish its new portfolio.