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Nominations open for Captive International’s second US Captive Awards

North America29-04-2021

Captive International is now taking nominations for its second US Captive Awards. 

RSG Transactional Risks Europe poaches lawyer from Eversheds


Ryan Specialty Group has expanded the underwriting capabilities of RSG Transactional Risks Europe (RSG TRE) by hiring Ulrich Schiener. 

Compre poaches execs from Armour and QBE


Compre has continued its expansion with two appointments in London, bringing in a claims director and group director for M&A, following the launch of its Bermuda-based class 3A reinsurer, Pallas Re, in 2020.

Willis Towers Watson, CMS lead longevity swap demonstrating “remarkable resilience” of market


A large UK pension scheme has completed a £6 billion longevity swap, with Willis Towers Watson and CMS acting as trustees and lead advisers on the deal.  

Beware increased cyber risk from third party service providers: BMA


Insurers should be aware that engaging with third party service providers leaves them exposed to heightened cyber risk, and take steps to mitigate this risk, according to the Bermuda Monetary Authority (BMA). 

SiriusPoint snaps up casualty underwriter with background in alternative risk management

North America28-04-2021

SiriusPoint has appointed a new senior vice president (SVP) of casualty underwriting with a background in captives, alternative risk management and fronting, as well as casualty treaty reinsurance and runoff.

Hylant snaps up Butler graduate for its global captive solutions team

North America27-04-2021

Hylant has hired Kyle Scharf as a programme coordinator in its global captive solutions team in Indianapolis.

Clifford Chance names heads of its global insurance group in New York and London

North America, UK27-04-2021

Clifford Chance has appointed partners Ashley Prebble in London and Gary Boss in New York as co-heads of its global insurance group.

Willis Towers Watson braced for surging interest in captives for D&O, cyber and excess liability cover


Willis Towers Watson is preparing for an uptick in the use of captives in coming months, as businesses look to plug holes in their coverage, particularly for risks that have seen the highest rate increases as the market hardens in key lines. 

RSG promotes team of directors in its energy MGU Global Special Risks

North America27-04-2021

Global Special Risks (GSR), an upstream energy risk-focused managing general underwriter (MGU) and a part of RSG Underwriting Managers, has appointed a new team of directors. 

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