22 March 2018

Search archive

June 2017/1

Date | Relevancy
10 | 50
View full issue as PDF

June 2017/1
Publication Date: 9 June 2017

View full issue

That sinking feeling?

12 June 2017

I write this on the same day that the UK's Prime Minister Theresa May crept back into office with a Conservative parliamentary minority and the support of Northern Irish party the DUPRead more

Market facing $500mn Huntsman loss

12 June 2017

The property fac market is facing the prospect of a $500mn loss as a result of a fire at US chemical corporation Huntsman's titanium dioxide manufacturing facility in Finland, Inside FAC can revealRead more

Mars in product recall limelight once more

12 June 2017

The Mars insurance programme is once again under scrutiny following a voluntary recall of some of its chocolate bars over salmonella concernsRead more

Industrial hits and frame builders’ risks drive Arch fac loss

12 June 2017

Arch Capital Group reported a $38mn hit to its second quarter pre-tax underwriting profits stemming from its property facultative book, as the division weathered excess layer losses on industrial and frame builders' risk (FBR) exposuresRead more

US reels from $3bn weather losses in May

12 June 2017

The pattern of extensive storm-related losses in the US during spring continued in 2017, with some $3bn in (re)insured losses hitting the market last month, according to analysis by Aon BenfieldRead more

Debbie losses rise to $825mn

12 June 2017

Loss compilation agency Perils has estimated insured losses from Tropical Cyclone Debbie, which affected Australia's Queensland and New South Wales states in late March/early April, at A$1,116mn ($825mn)Read more

Fac market facing limited Cape Town exposures

12 June 2017

Despite Cape Town experiencing its worst storm for 30 years it would appear that facultative writers will experience relatively contained exposures to damage caused to the city and its environs at the start of JuneRead more

QBE writes Drayton Manor public liability cover

12 June 2017

The public liability insurance for Drayton Manor Theme Park in the UK, where a schoolgirl died in a 9 May accident on the Splash Canyon ride, is written by QBE and placed by PIB Insurance Brokers, Inside FAC can revealRead more

JLT: Beware Brexit capital flight

12 June 2017

London could see rapid capital flight if the UK government is unable to swiftly secure passporting rights into the EU, according to JLT International Network managing director Rory MacLeayRead more

Alt capital will shift with rate rises says Mapfre’s Baeza

12 June 2017

Higher global interest rates will lure alternative capital away from the insurance sector, helping the industry to emerge from the prolonged soft market, according to Mapfre Global Risks CEO and chairman Ignacio BaezaRead more

Results: 18

Euromoney Trading Limited - 3rd Floor, 41 Eastcheap, London, EC3M 1DT, United Kingdom. The content of this website is copyright of Euromoney Trading Limited 2018. All rights reserved Euromoney Trading Limited actively monitors usage of our website and products and reserves the right to terminate accounts if abuse occurs.