Reports suggest that the Bank of England believes that many London roles could go overseas if there is no Brexit trade agreement in place.
Axa retains lead spot in claims category.
Survey reveals insurance staff believe culture within firms needs to change as diversity festival Dive In kicks off.
According to the firm its aim is to have the new insurance company incorporated and capitalised within the first half of 2018.
The Lloyd’s insurer said it wants to invest and build a global property and casualty insurance and reinsurance platform.
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Chief Andrew Bailey confirms that the regulator is not involved in all regulatory discussions on the UK’s EU exit.
According to the firm the change is expected to be completed in time for 2019 renewals.
Insurer to expand its current Brussels branch.
New unit to be established by the start of 2019.
Network members rate insurer partners on dealing with claims, underwriting, accounts and overall satisfaction.
Duperreault replaces Peter D. Hancock.
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Insurer reports pre-tax loss of £171.1m for the year but flags improved figures for first quarter of 2017.
Product is tailored to cover cyber exposure affecting the airline industry.
Jonathan Swift explains that brokers have a lot to learn from firms like Bunker, Cover Wallet, Embroker, and Next Insurance.
Boss to remain with the insurer until the board has found a replacement.
Insurer will have two European subsidiaries from 2019.
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Commercial insurance COR for last three months of 2016 hits 241.6%.
Insurer says sales are part of focusing on major economies with greatest profitable growth potential.
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But profits for second quarter slightly improved.
New addition will cover legal costs associated with Brexit for EU citizens in the UK as well as for UK nationals living in EU membership countries.