This week, Marsh and TheCityUK published a report headed “Cyber and the City” and warned that more has to be done by the insurance industry.
Barring an almighty bust-up at the Republication Convention, Trump v Clinton will be the battleground in the US Presidential election this November.
This week, first quarter results were dominated by majors: Allianz, Generali, Zurich and Berkshire Hathaway, just to name a few.
It has been a busy few months in the world of financial regulation with new bosses at the main regulators and an imminent restructuring of the governance of regulation within the Bank of England.
Brows are starting to furrow at prudential regulators as they start to worry about the connections between individual insurer solvency and the wider economy.
Leading insurers, industry experts and investment managers from across the insurance industry found themselves grappling with the consequences of volatility in a low interest rate world at the Insurance Investment Exchange’s latest seminar in London on 3 March.