IGI plucks Lloyd’s and London Market veteran for chief underwriter role
Specialist commercial re/insurer International General Insurance Holdings (IGI) enjoyed growth and higher profits in 2022 despite significant natural catastrophes and volatility. Its CEO described the market as robust with opportunities driven by dislocation in reinsurance.
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