Aspen CEO to depart following Apollo takeover

Chris O’Kane will step down from his position at the insurer after 16 years - with Brit Insurance CEO, Mark Cloutier, set to succeed him


Microinsurance offers a lesson in technology and agility

Opportunities in emerging markets are flourishing, but traditional insurers cannot simply transpose their western business models. Aggelos Andreou finds the use of technology and a change in mindset are the keys to opening the doors


Aspen picks Dublin as EU base after Brexit

Insurer awaits approval from Central Bank of Ireland


Reinsurers' pain laid bare in Willis Re's 2017 industry review

Only four of 34 groups registered improved combined ratios


Insurers make 'short work' of SFCR internal model disclosures

David Walker compares how firms describe internal models in their solvency and financial condition reports and considers how the practice may evolve


UK insurers pressed to join government's gender balance initiative

Eight firms named and shamed by Treasury Committee chair


Regulators and reinsurers back insurtech accelerator

Talk of insurtech growth has swept through the industry in recent times


Aspen appoints CRO

Tim Aman succeeds Richard Thornton


The ongoing ordeal of Ogden

The change to UK's damages discount rate came as a huge surprise to many insurers. But this is far from being a one-off shock. Christopher Cundy reports


Insurers still struggling with cyber risk management

Last year's attack on DNS provider Dyn and a warning from the UK regulator on the aggregation of cyber risks have had a big influence on the way insurers are thinking about cyber risk modelling and management. Callum Tanner reports from the Advisen cyber risk conference in London