The underwriting profits within the carrier’s US operations narrowed to $25mn, after higher economic activity and attritional claims caused margins to tighten.
Good news may be temporary, no matter how good it is.
Rate in excess-of-loss cost trends translated into margin improvement for the quarter.
Following the implosion of the recent merger, we take stock of what happened – and what’s next – for Aon.
The 20-year record organic growth for the quarter is unlikely to be sustainable.
July 27, 2021
In the sixth episode of Inside P&C’s new podcast, Unreserved, Core Specialty's CEO Jeff Consolino and executive chairman Ed Noonan sit down with Insider Publishing's editor-in-chief Adam McNestrie.
The InsurTech said it expects to raise over $550mn from the transaction, boosting the home insurer’s nationwide expansion.
The investment bank said a transaction would stabilise employee retention at Willis Re and allow Willis to pursue buybacks.
Gross written premiums grew 8%, despite ‘transactional limitations’ at the beginning of the quarter tied to the March cyber intrusion.
Willis Towers Watson will not pay staff bonuses that were contingent on the completion of the Aon merger.
The Inside P&C Research team looks at what subsectors the new class of InsurTechs is targeting.
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