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December 2003/2

  • Marketform Acquisition Company Limited has attracted £15mn of equity finance from Caledonia Investments plc as it continues to capitalise on the strong rates for non-US medical malpractice and other specialty liability insurance.
  • Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, or so we are told, but is this the reason Kiln is considering a revamp of their 2004 annual report design? According to Snide's sources, Kiln has commissioned "design consultants" to come up with ideas for...
  • Benfield is likely to report lower than expected results because of the weak US dollar, according to the broker's latest trading update.
  • Inhabitants of the Caribbean and the US East Coast should expect another active Atlantic hurricane season next year, weather experts have warned.
  • Those inclined to a "half full" interpretation of the global insurance industry were encouraged this month by two relatively upbeat reports.
  • Energy reinsurance dispute in High Court as reinsurers seek to avoid $90mn+ of losses
  • There was more courtroom drama this month with a mammoth case management conference for the forthcoming film finance litigation.
  • As downgrades continue to hit insurers blighted by adverse prior year development, one member of a shrinking club of highly rated US insurers enjoyed an upbeat November as it unveiled record third quarter results and announced its investment in Lloyd's pr
  • French reinsurer SCOR looks to have struggled through a difficult month as it put another set of poor results to one side to win shareholder support for a €750mn rights issue, cautious backing from rating agencies, and a return to the security lists of le
  • As the renewals season rolls on, the world's largest insurance broker Marsh has outlined its terms for placement service agreements (PSAs) - off slip payments from underwriters to brokers in return for a guaranteed proportion of business or profit.
  • Exits and contractions outweighed by start-ups and syndicate growth
  • HLF Group has become embroiled in a controversy over undisclosed commission payments relating to a contract with the Australian Federal Government.
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