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Price Forbes bolsters LatAm presence with Gabriel Anguiano hire

19th April 2021

Independent insurance broker Price Forbes has announced the appointment of Gabriel Anguiano, as the company looks to bolster its presence in the Latin America market. Anguiano joins from Lloyd’s syndicate Probitas 1492, where he was Head of Strategy and Business Development for Latin America. During his time at Probitas he opened the ... Read the full article

HDI Global Specialty bolsters Management Liability, FI team with Neon hires

29th June 2020

HDI Global Specialty SE, the collaborative specialty insurance venture between HDI Global and Hannover Re, has added Louise Parker and Charles Boorman to its Management Liability & Financial Institutions team. Both join the specialty lines insurer’s London office from Neon Syndicate 2468 with immediate effect. Parker joins as Senior Underwriter Management Liability ... Read the full article

Lloyd’s faces pressure to focus on U.S business

14th January 2019

Andrew Brooks, incoming Chair of the Lloyd’s Market Association (LMA), has urged Lloyd's of London to refocus its growth strategy away from emerging markets and towards the U.S, according to reports from the Financial Times. Lloyd’s has concentrated on winning new business over the past few years by opening offices in ... Read the full article

Neon hires two executives for financial and casualty lines

1st August 2017

Neon has appointed Charles Boorman to Head of Financial Lines and Ian West to Director of Major Client Relations for Casualty Lines as the firm consolidates expansion of its financial lines products and geographic offering. Boorman is an insurance industry veteran with 25 years experience, joining Neon from a role as ... Read the full article

Reinsurance News – Tuesday 6th September 2016

6th September 2016

Here’s your daily Reinsurance News for Tuesday 6th September 2016: Only the costliest catastrophe could turn reinsurance pricing: RBC RBC Capital Markets has said that only the costliest catastrophe event could turn reinsurance pricing, despite losses in the first-half of 2016 being above the long-term average. Lloyd's ... Read the full article