The Hartford, a US specialist in property and casualty insurance, group benefits and mutual funds, has launched the next generation of its Spectrum business owner’s policy (BOP) that delivers tailored insurance coverage recommendations, real-time, transparent pricing and simplified coverage explanations.
RenaissanceRe Holdings, a global provider of reinsurance and insurance, estimates that losses from third quarter 2019 catastrophe events will have a net negative impact of approximately $155 million on its third quarter 2019 results of operations.
Munich Re is offering auto-underwriting expertise and software that it claims can save mid-tier insurers time and money.
The asset management arm of Spanish insurer Mapfre has been included in a list of companies regarded as the most committed to Socially Responsible Investment (SRI).
Blockchain insurance start-up B3i has released the latest version of its property catastrophe excess of loss reinsurance application and successfully deployed it to production environments ahead of year-end renewals.
Catastrophe investment manager Nephila Capital has rebranded with a new logo, website, and brand identity.
Argo has reiterated its decision to conduct a review of governance and compensation matters, run by independent directors, in response to activist investor Voce’s latest criticism of the firm.
AXA has teamed up with the European Space Agency (ESA) to help people in emerging countries access gain access to healthcare.
The United States imposing further sanctions on Turkey creates difficulties for insurers, who may struggle with some of the complexities involved.
RKH Specialty has hired Jason Humphreys and Alex Robinson to add to its specialist aviation team in London as part of its ongoing expansion in aviation. Humphreys will join in February, with Robinson joining a month later once they have discharged their obligations under current contracts at Marsh.