AIG appoints global head of A&H general insurance

AIG appoints global head of A&H general insurance

AIG appoints global head of A&H general insurance

AIG has appointed Edward Levin as global head of accident and health (A&H), general insurance. In this new role, he will be responsible for the global A&H portfolio, including distribution and underwriting strategy. According to AIG, he will develop a global A&H strategy, identify growth opportunities and create a diverse distribution pipeline. He will report to Christopher Townsend, chief executive…

Burning issues for environmental claims

Burning issues for environmental claims

Burning issues for environmental claims

There is a common view that environmental exposures are only really an issue for very large companies in certain sectors, notably oil and gas. But this stereotype does not stand up in the light of European environmental impairment liability claims that we are now seeing. Now in its second year, AIG’s European Environmental Impairment Liability (EIL) Claims Intelligence report reflects…

AIG appoints ex MetLife Japan boss as new Asia-Pacific CEO

AIG appoints ex MetLife Japan boss as new Asia-Pacific CEO

AIG appoints ex MetLife Japan boss as new Asia-Pacific CEO

US insurer AIG has appointed Sachin Shah as the chief executive of its Asia-Pacific general insurance business. Mr Shah, who was formerly the president, chairman and chief executive of MetLife Japan, will take up his new role at the end of December, subject to regulatory approval. He will be based in Singapore and report to AIG’s general insurance CEO Christopher…

The importance of a consistent multinational claims service

The importance of a consistent multinational claims service

The importance of a consistent multinational claims service

A consistent claims service is essential for multinational clients wherever in the world a loss occurs. The aim of a claims service in the event of a major catastrophic loss is to minimise the impact of business interruption, preserve brand and reputation, and work closely with all parties involved to get clients’ facilities and operations back up and running as…

Insurance regulation in Africa: CIMA – the benefits and challenges

Insurance regulation in Africa: CIMA – the benefits and challenges

Insurance regulation in Africa: CIMA – the benefits and challenges

Understanding changing insurance markets and regulatory developments is critical to making sure multinational programmes are compliant and competitive, no matter where they are located, and the implications can be challenging. Insurance regulators are increasingly looking to nurture risk capacity, cultivate insurance expertise and retain premiums within their insurance markets – and this can have important consequences for multinational companies, particularly…

AIG appoints North America property chief underwriting officer

AIG appoints North America property chief underwriting officer

AIG appoints North America property chief underwriting officer

Jamie Miller has joined American International Group (AIG) from Swiss Re to become AIG’s North America property chief underwriting officer, general insurance. He will report to Tom Bolt, chief underwriting officer, general insurance, and to Lex Baugh, CEO of North America general insurance. Mr Miller has more than 35 years’ industry expertise and a successful track record leading global teams.…

Multinational insurance: what can go wrong when something’s not right

Multinational insurance: what can go wrong when something’s not right

Multinational insurance: what can go wrong when something’s not right

The fast-paced expansion of regulatory change and corresponding scrutiny worldwide make it increasingly challenging to manage multinational insurance programmes. While regulatory landscapes continuously shift, the need for companies to carefully consider how they structure multinational insurance remains constant. There are many options – ensconcing coverage in multiple local policies, relying on a single global policy, or combining both in a…

1 2 3