Will the Irish regulator allow Quinn to make a much-promised return to the UK market?
Exclusive insight and analysis from Insurance Times, Strategic Risk and Global Reinsurance
It’s more than time to drag an age-old insurance law into the 21st century
Commission bonus to brokers helps net written premiums lift 4% for UK’s largest insurer
New issuers and more seasoned players have been tempted into the cat bond market
Risk managers who want to reach the top of their game need to show what they’re made of
Exclusive insight and analysis from Insurance Times , Strategic Risk and Global Reinsurance
Will 2012 be the magic year for the brokers hitting the stock market?
The Budget had some positive points for the industry, but how much will change after 6 May?
US scrutiny on tax havens hasn’t extinguished enthusiasm for the jurisdiction
Risk managers have a choice: stick with compliance or step up to the board
The reinsurance industry is flying high, so why do the analysts remain so gloomy?
The Lloyd’s strategic review was a bit of an anti-climax. But nobody promised a revolution
The mood is switching back to M&A, but it’s likely to be a less frenetic picture this time around
With 2009’s rates hikes and four-fold rise in claims, the PI market faces a cautious new year
Solvency II is on its way and, despite its challenges, the effort should be worth it
Will the new year herald a return to the broker buyout activity of 2007/08?
The ECJ’s ruling that Swiss Re is liable for VAT on a portfolio transfer has the industry worried
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