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Aspen strikes paper deal with RSG’s MGU portfolio

Under the terms of the deal, Aspen will provide paper across multiple geographies with three programs in the US and four in Europe.

Liiba looks to put brokers at heart of net-zero debate

Also high on the association’s agenda for 2022 is working with the FCA and HM Treasury on a future regulatory framework.
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Howden Group reports 19% organic growth for 2021

Expansive intermediary Howden Group reported 19% organic growth for the year to 30 September 2021, as well as a 48% increase in revenue to £1.15bn ($1.57bn).

Lloyd’s appoints Chubb’s Miller as commercial director

Dawn Miller is stepping into the role that Caroline Dunn left in September 2021.

Analysis: Number of s166 reports on insurers trending downwards

Data obtained from PRA and FCA shows fewer Skilled Persons Reviews in recent years – but the tool remains a valuable one for regulators.
20 January 2022

London market specialty on the LSE: What a difference a year makes

Over the last 12 months, three of the four London-listed companies have drastically underperformed their US-listed and Continental European peers.
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Excess pricing resilience crucial in transitional 2022 for D&O

Increased competition is shifting market dynamics after a transformation in rating conditions.
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Marshall Fire: Lessons for (re)insurance from a $1bn, ‘out-of-season’ US wildfire

Fire season in the US ran slightly later than usual in 2021, but total losses will fall far short of 2017-18 peaks.
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Eight themes to shape the (re)insurance market in 2022

The catastrophe market, inflation and loss-costs and the pandemic unwind are among the trends to shape the news agenda this year.
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Axa XL’s UK and Lloyd’s CEO said speed of decision-making was key to UK market growth.
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The latest report shows even higher inflation pushing up severity, forcing carriers to take rate.
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