The growing threat of cyber risk in the US


The vast majority of property-casualty (nonlife) premium in the US is written by members of the Insurance Information Institute (I.I.I), an insurance industry supported trade association. We speak to its President, Dr Robert P. Hartwig about the growing threat of cyber risk and other challenges facing the US insurance market.

Dylan Bryant

Increasing demand for insurance in Asia


A few months into his new role at Lloyd’s as General Representative for Hong Kong, we ask Dylan Bryant about the opportunities and challenges in the Asian insurance market.

Security in numbers - before and after the big game


Control Risks is a global risk consultancy that specialises in helping organisations manage political, integrity and security risks. We spoke to Hans Juergen Stephan, managing director of Control Risks Deutschland GmbH about why effective security at a big event like the World Cup is a crowd pleaser.

Luke Savage, Lloyd's Director of Finance, Risk Management and Operations

Savage impact: From Solvency II to Santa


After ten productive years at Lloyd’s, Luke Savage steps down as Lloyd’s Director of Finance and Operations. We found out what he’s most proud of and what he’ll miss from his decade at the Corporation.

Corporates seek more client focused partnerships with insurers


Risk managers want closer partnerships with their insurers, and would also like to see more bespoke, customer focussed insurance solutions, according to Helen Pope, the new Chair of the UK insurance and risk management association, Airmic.

Allied World shares Lloyd's vision


Having launched its own managing agency in April, Allied World continues to build its Lloyd’s business with an eye to growth in Europe and emerging markets, according to Julian James, who heads the company’s European operations.

Sean McGovern: why staying in the EU is a rational decision


We talk to Lloyd’s Chief Risk Officer & General Counsel, Sean McGovern, about why it’s in the market’s interest for the UK to remain part of the EU.

Liberty: 20 years at Lloyd's


Liberty was the joint-first corporate capital syndicate formed at Lloyd’s, back in 1994. Matthew Moore, Chief Underwriting Officer – Specialty and Reinsurance at Liberty Specialty Markets, reflects on how Liberty and Lloyd’s have evolved together in the last two decades.

Lloyd's writes surplus lines in all US states


Lloyd’s will have surplus lines eligibility in all 50 US states when legislation passed in Kentucky comes into effect in July. The move paves the way for Kentucky policyholders to access the Lloyd’s market for surplus lines products. It also means Lloyd’s underwriters will be able to place multi-state surplus lines risks in every US state going forward. We talk to Patrick Talley, US Central Regional Director from Lloyd's America to find out more.

Charles Hamilton-Stubber

Private clients: better than good


Charles Hamilton-Stubber is the man recently appointed to a new role as Chairman of Aon Private Clients. We asked him what it’s like providing insurance solutions for some of the world’s wealthiest high net worth individuals (HNWIs).



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