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French insurer AXA has said it plans to stop investing in the tobacco industry with incoming Chief Executive Thomas Buberl saying: "The human cost of tobacco is tragic; its economic cost is huge."
Shares of Italian insurance company Generali fell on Friday, even though it posted a 22 percent increase in full-year net profit.
Purchase of 'Cancel For Any Reason' polices for trips to Zika-impacted areas has surged according to US insurance company RoamRight.
A study by the world’s second biggest reinsurer Swiss Re has shown total economic losses from natural catastrophes and man-made disasters was 37
Mutual recognition of driving licenses and validity of insurance across borders in Europe is a long-established principle within the EU. But it
Supporters of America’s controversial health law dubbed Obamacare are celebrating their latest victory in the Supreme Court. Judges threw out a
The Germanwings crash is going to cost the insurance companies a pretty penny. Parent company Lufthansa is already liable to pay the families of each
UK insurance giant Aviva has agreed the terms of its six billion euro takeover of rival insurer Friends Life. The move will create the UK’s
Insurers Aviva and Friends Life have agreed terms for a possible all-share merger, with Aviva offering Friends shareholders a 15% premium for a 26%
Airline insurers could be set to hike their premiums for aircraft which are involved in hostile acts as the industry faces its most expensive year
Josef Ackermann has resigned as chairman of Zurich Insurance over the apparent suicide of its chief financial officer, Pierre Wauthier. Ackermann –