The recent flurry of Lloyd’s run-offs has highlighted the need for smaller players to focus on their core strengths as sustainable profitability continues to prove elusive
Lloyd’s must not lose sight of need for electronic trading to help drive down cost of doing business, industry commentators say
New capacity slows rate increases but market hardening with ‘every renewal negotiation hard fought’
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Lloyd’s is expected to unveil next phase of Blueprint One early next year
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Pilot to begin by early second quarter with market consultation on proposed standards in coming weeks
Claims volumes expected to soar in coming weeks amid favourable conditions for bushfires
Combined losses from Faxai and Hagibis could lead to “acceleration” of pricing at January 1
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UK intermediary reports Ebita up 16% for the financial year
Staff departures mean that MMC could report the slowest growth rates among the Big Three brokers
A divergent set of outcomes from the January renewals has highlighted many of the underlying trends that will shape the re/insurance year ahead
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