Piers Cantlay is to retire from his position at Aon at the end of the year, according to sister publication The Insurance Insider.
As capacity has bled from the A&H market in the wake of difficult conditions, those still writing the class are cautious about diagnosing a rapid recovery, finds Marcus Alcock
In recent years, the London PI market has been as soft as a blancmange. With losses mounting and capacity finally slimming, Marcus Alcock wonders if 2019 will see an end to the wobbles
Australian freefall, rate on line revisions, over-capacity, #Metoo… there’s hardly a dull moment in the financial lines market, as Marcus Alcock discovers
Modelling cat risk for renewable energy projects came unstuck with recent hurricanes, finds David Benyon, but the nascent battery storage sector poses some altogether different challenges for (re)insurers…
With the Democrats regaining the House, more US states legalising cannabis use and Lloyd’s recently changing tack, the cannabis insurance market is poised for dramatic growth, as Marcus Alcock discovers
Major loss after major loss pounded the construction (re)insurance sector in 2018, but don’t expect a marked improvement in conditions any time soon, writes Marcus Alcock
Battery storage promises to be big news not only for renewable energy specialists, but for the power market as a whole. Inside FAC plugs into the network
A recent Aon report highlights new exposures at risk from the latest breed of terrorists. Inside FAC reviews what’s at stake
Rail safety is improving all the time, driving down claims – or is it? Inside FAC looks at what lies ahead for the market
New entrants, excess capital, widening T&Cs, fiercely competitive rating, rising losses… A&H has it all, as Inside FAC discovers
With regulators and social media driving greater awareness of product recalls and supply chain weaknesses, appetite for the coverage is stronger than ever, finds Inside FAC
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