For the 31st episode of Post and Insurance Age’s video series we returned once more to the Insurtech 100 compiled by Sonr Global to spotlight the number two ranked start-up We Sure.
Regulatory approval followed sale price of $950m being confirmed last September.
Sky News reveals disposal plans and £300m price tag.
Previous owner Hanover appointed Goldman Sachs earlier this year to explore options.
Shanghai Asian Insurance Brokers has formally registered with Lloyd’s.
Education should play a key part in harnessing an economic recovery, delegates were told at the 2012 Broker Conference keynotes speech.
Ace has reported operating income of $1.444bn [£916.7m] for the first half of 2012, up from $932m in 2011.
Liberty Mutual Holding has reported a 78.2% fall in net income to $365m (£232m) in 2011 from $1.68bn the previous year.
I attended the Coface Country Risk Conference in Paris earlier this week, where I heard from a number of economists from all over the world.
So we’ve got three insurers up for sale, namely RBSI, Brit and now Groupama. Consolidation in the insurer space has been predicted for some time now but I don’t think people expected it to happen like this – more deals done behind closed doors than…
The insurance industry and the state are inextricably entwined with a large number of common interests but competing in a number of areas in looking after the wellbeing of citizens and businesses. On a macro basis, the need for insurance in a communist…
A report by the National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR) has predicted positive economic growth for the UK economy but also described a more gloomy outlook for unemployment.