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Low valuations and big cash piles at UK and European groups open the door to agitating shareholders
Europe’s biggest insurer to consider speeding up board reshuffle, citing problems in the US
Equity issue comes after London-based group spun off its US business
Corporation seeking to fix culture where non-white colleagues do not feel as supported as peers
Insurer employed Keith Gill as he posted videos spurring on the GameStop market frenzy
Investors have good reasons to keep the faith with the industry
The insurer faces tensions over its UK-Asia structure after demerger of US business
UK chancellor wants sector to devise products to cover expenses before state steps in
‘They shouldn’t be here,’ chief says of insurers that cannot improve performance in strong conditions
Europe’s second-largest insurer to expand use of video calls introduced during the pandemic
Wildfires, winter storms and floods have already made 2021 costly for the industry
Remnants of Hurricane Ida dump record-breaking amount of rain on New York City
Merger failure loosens middlemen’s ‘chokehold’ as Biden administration hails tough antitrust policy
Chinese insurer’s first-half profits fall after $3.2bn hit on investment in property developer
UK regulator promises to be ‘more interventionist’ to ensure businesses do not get away with poor standards
According to Morgan Stanley’s Adam Jonas anyway.
Insurer sells life cover to a part of the world where penetration is low and incomes are rising
Groups are building detailed customer profiles to inform pricing and try to influence behaviour
Greg Case insists that the insurance broker has emerged stronger from a bruising clash with US regulators
Extreme weather events and mandatory disclosure rules for companies spur demand for risk assessments
Worst start to the year for natural disaster claims in a decade
UK insurer’s boss plans to return at least £4bn to investors — and there seems to be scope to go further
Trouble in the sector could pose a systemic risk, with some participants too big to fail
Activist investor Cevian says promise a ‘good start’ but insurance group needs to go further
Push for insurance reform illuminates tensions between industry, regulators and government