Arag has posted a 14.7% rise in turnover to £14.1m for the year to 31 December 2019.
Ecclesiastical delivered £58m in post-tax profit last year, more than treble the £15.2m achieved in 2018, according to a filing at Companies House.
Gross written premiums at Das Legal Expenses Insurance dropped from £117.9m in 2018 to £114.8m last year according to the firm’s 2019 Solvency and Financial Condition Report which also revealed a £3.7m “recovery” from its involvement in a private…
Axa has estimated it will face €1.2bn (£1.07bn) in property and casualty coronavirus related costs along with spending €300m on ‘solidarity measures’.
Randall & Quilter Investment Holdings has reported a 180% rise in pre-tax profit from continuing operations to £40.1m for the year ended 31 December 2019.
Ardonagh Group has revealed a 1% drop in income year-on-year in April, pointing to a limited impact from the Covid-19 crisis as adjusted Ebitda rose to £20.7m.
Aviva has predicted it will see £200m in business interruption claims net of reinsurance.
Beazley hopes to raise £247m through the placing and subscription of new shares representing 15% of the insurer’s existing issued share capital.
Zurich has predicted a $750m (£614m) property and casualty hit over the course of the year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Ageas’ UK operations suffered a £23.5m hit from storms Dennis and Ciara, which drove it into a loss after tax of £2.7m for the first quarter of 2020.
Allianz could see a €1bn (£882m) or more hit from the coronavirus pandemic across property and casualty, Allianz group chief financial officer Giulio Terzariol has cautioned.
Allianz Holdings, comprising of LV General Insurance and Allianz Insurance, saw £68m in claims relating to storms and flooding in the first quarter of 2020 as Allianz unveiled a global property and casualty €400m (£351m) Covid-19 hit.
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Insurer RSA has revealed it has received approximately 25,000 Covid-19 related claims, which will cost it an estimated £25m net of reinsurance.
Motor claims notifications fell 70% at insurer Direct Line Group in April compared to the same month in 2019, as drivers stayed indoors due to lockdown measures.
Direct Line Group CEO Penny James has said 99.5% of its business interruption customers have standard policies and the insurer believes the wording is “robust” enough that it will not be liable for coronavirus-related pay outs on these.
Hiscox has predicted its exposure to business interruption claims from Covid-19 could range from £10m to £250m net of reinsurance.
Hiscox has announced an equity placing for up to just under a fifth (19.99%) of its issued share capital.
Iprism Underwriting Agency is growing its underwriting and bottom line profits after its restructure last year despite the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, according to managing director Ian Lloyd.
Swiss Re’s first quarter earnings were pushed into the red by a $476m hit from the coronavirus pandemic to its property and casualty businesses, driven by event cancellation and postponement.
Lancashire has predicted it faces $35m in first-quarter losses rated to the pandemic, stemming predominantly from business interruption claims in its property book.
Markel yesterday confirmed its event cancellation book includes Wimbledon and the Olympics, while it will also pay out on some UK business interruption claims.
Markel has posted a $1.4bn (£1.13bn) loss for the first quarter of 2020 blaming “significant volatility in the equity markets” due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Beazley has reported a $170m (£137.7m) impact from Covid-19 related claims while Chubb took $13m of pre-tax $13m losses in the first quarter of the year.