The deal would mark the second time the carrier has come to the legacy market in recent times as the syndicate’s turnaround continues.
As the Aegis London CEO retires this week, he revealed his key lessons from over three decades in Lloyds – and what has to change if the market is to survive.
With Anna Sweeney due to leave, the PRA is now looking to fill one of its most influential roles for insurance supervision.
After 26 years the firm’s chairman of UK and global specialties is stepping down.
The consultation will invite views on the intelligent market reform contract, or iMRC – a new template that will enable digital processing of the core data record.
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The commercial insurance CEO said that the industry should act now before the cat market reached a point of implosion.
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