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July 2004/5

  • Environmental services company EnPro Industries has announced a $118mn “comprehensive agreement” with Lloyd’s reinsurer-of-last-resort Equitas in relation to its asbestos exposures.
  • Barbados-based (re)insurer Everest Re unveiled strong second quarter results last Monday (19 July), but listeners to the company’s conference call were treated to candid comments on rates and the state of the market, with softening across most lines of pr
  • US insurer Safeco has reported an increase in Q2 earnings to $247.5mn, or $1.77 per share, from $111.9mn, or 81 cents per share for the same period in 2003.
  • Capital Insurance Holdings, the Berkshire Hathaway backed Lloyd’s consolidation vehicle, is on schedule to float on the Alternative Investment Market next month after raising its target funding.
  • Bermuda based (re)insurer Alea Group has published a mid-year trading statement in which it reaffirms its positive outlook for 2004.
  • Lloyd’s wait for a replacement for former finance director Andrew Moss has come to an end, with the corporation announcing last week that it had appointed former investment banker Luke Savage to the role.
  • More details have emerged of the dispute between insurer Allianz and lap dancing venue Spearmint Rhino, which is suing the German company in the UK’s Royal Courts of Justice for non-payment of claims..
  • Northbrook-based insurer Allstate has said net income for the second quarter of 2004 surged 76 percent, helped by increases in property-liability underwriting income and lower catastrophe losses.
  • Bermudian (re)insurer IPC Re announced another set of strident results last Tuesday (20 July) as it booked net income of $72.1mn, or $1.49 a share for the second quarter, up from $63.2mn, or $1.31 a share in the same period last year.
  • World’s largest insurer AIG reported strong second quarter results last Thursday (23 July) as it booked net income up 26 percent on the same period last year on the back of its general insurance and foreign life and pensions operations.
  • Despite declining rates, the insurance broker Willis continued its remarkable renaissance by unveiling its eighteenth consecutive quarter of record results with second quarter net income up $16mn from last year to $96mn.
  • Lloyd’s managing agent Creechurch has revealed more details of its takeover by The Logan Trust, a charitable organisation based in Gibraltar.
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