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Antares relaunches property D&F business

23 June 2015

Qatar Insurance Company (QIC) owned Antares Lloyd's Syndicate 1274 has ventured back into the property direct and facultative (D&F) market, four and a half years after it exited the classRead more

Few steps into Allchorne’s shoes at Amlin

22 June 2015

Former Aspen Re CEO James Few, who stepped down from his role last September, has been announced as the new global managing director of Amlin's reinsurance division, from 1 AugustRead more

JLT Re appoints Craig Brokenshire as global COO

22 June 2015

JLT's reinsurance division JLT Re has promoted Craig Brokenshire from chief operating officer (COO) of Asia Pacific to global COO, reporting to the division's global CEO Mike ReynoldsRead more

Gulf facilities unaffected by Tropical Storm Bill

19 June 2015

Oilfields and refineries in the Gulf of Mexico and near the Southern US coast were not impacted by Tropical Storm Bill, which struck earlier this weekRead more

Rowan re-emerges as PI head at Atrium

19 June 2015

Marketform's former head of non-marine James Rowan, who recently left the managing agency after almost 17 years, is set to re-emerge at Atrium's Syndicate 609Read more

QBE targets MENA casualty

19 June 2015

QBE European Operations has become the latest insurer to target the Middle East after unveiling plans this week to grow its casualty business in the MENA regionRead more

Esser resigns as Cooper Gay Swett and Crawford CEO

19 June 2015

Toby Esser has resigned as CEO of Cooper Gay Swett and Crawford (CGSC), with non-executive chairman Martin Sullivan taking over the role until a successor is announcedRead more

PGEC loses battle with California regulators over 2012 pipeline fault

19 June 2015

Pacific Gas & Electric Company (PGEC) has lost its latest legal battle with state regulators after an appeals courts upheld a $14.35mn fine levied by the California Public Utilities Commission in relation to a 2012 pipeline faultRead more

IAG to cut reinsurance spend by 20% in Berkshire deal

19 June 2015

IAG anticipates cutting its open market reinsurance spend by 20 percent to accommodate its new strategic partnership with Berkshire Hathaway, according to the company's CFO Nick HawkinsRead more

Chevron makes $375mn claim for BigFoot damage

19 June 2015

American energy giant Chevron is understood to have issued a claim of around $375mn to its insurers after tethering lines that secure its BigFoot oil platform to the sea bed sank earlier this monthRead more

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