New York Attorney General expects to recoup bonuses, after he threatens legal action and public shaming. But he will take death threats into account.
Swiss insurer Zurich Financial Services Group has recovered from a tough period and is now looking to the future. Liz Booth interviewed Inga Beale about the company’s expansion strategy.
The groundwork for the Bermudian insurance industry was laid by some remarkably persistent pioneers, writes Roger Crombie.
New regulations on financial statements, capital adequacy requirements, the Class 3 reclassification, and the SPI, are reviewed by Neil Horner and Natasha Scotland
EU mutual recognition provides both challenges and opportunities for Bermuda reinsurers, write Guy Soussan and Gavin Coull
Changing demographics present a major emerging risk for life (re)insurers. Helen Yates considers the challenge of insuring Asia’s aging population.
‘The US property/ casualty industry is on pace to report its first year-end underwriting loss since 2005.’
Bermuda has set sail on a course for mutual recognition of its insurance rules with Europe and the US. David Sandham interviews the CEO of the Bermuda Monetary Authority.
James Leabeater reflects on the recent legal case – now settled – between Allianz and the Korea National Insurance Corporation.
An interview with Colin Bird, the chief executive officer of broker Besso Group.
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