Axis Capital hires Chubb chief actuary

Tony Jordan joins Bermuda-based re/insurer


Lloyd's targets efficiency and innovation in transformation plan

John Neal said initiatives could become operational in early 2020


US flood insurance: new model, new hope?

The federal flood insurance system has been setting milestones in mismanagement since it was introduced in 1968. Will a new risk model and other guidance improve the situation, and allow private insurers to participate? Sarfraz Thind reports


Insurance protection gap from hurricanes Florence and Michael revealed

The storms caused significant damage and a large death toll in the US last year


InsuranceERM award winners celebrate in style

Photos and list of winners from the prestigious InsuranceERM UK & Europe 2018-2019 awards


Aon scraps potential merger with Willis Towers Watson

The broker said it reserves the right within the next year to set aside its announcement


Aon in talks to buy Willis Towers Watson

Deal would merge world's second and third largest brokerages


US cyber insurance: plugging-in to growth

There are strong forecasts for growth in the cyber insurance markets, but insurers have obstacles to surmount if they are to be successful. Sarfraz Thind reports


Silent cyber risk sparks rewording of insurance policies

AIG and Allianz are among the insurers to have undertaken a large-scale effort to exclude silent cyber risk from their portfolios. Paul Walsh looks into the process and discovers how policies have been reworded to safeguard insurers and satisfy their customers


Insurers face $90bn nat cat bill from 2018, Aon calculates

Describes last year’s cat losses as “elevated, yet manageable”