2019 in review: June's top stories

Review of the Year 2017 - June

In June, Insurance Age readers were particularly interested in the payment that now Prime Minister Boris Johnson received for speaking at the British Insurance Brokers’ Association’s 2019 conference. Elsewhere, yet another firm was placed into run-off by its owner and Lloyd’s well-documented culture problems rumbled on.

Tokio Marine Kiln Insurance to go into run-off
Tokio Marine Kiln Insurance (TMKI) announced that it would stop accepting business from 1 July. Tokio Marine said the move would

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