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Hurricane Ian wreaked havoc in 2022, but as we near the end of the hurricane season, did this year’s reality match the expectations? Richard Dixon, Head of Catastrophe Research at Inigo, crunches the numbers, explores how the present scenario looks vs the past, and reveals what we need to consider when it comes to present-day risk.
We’re thrilled to have won Start-up Business of the Year at 2022’s Insurance Insider Honours. Chosen by a panel of established industry professionals, the award “recognised the exceptional performance” of our...
(London, April 4, 2022): Inigo Limited (“Inigo”) has entered the catastrophe bond market for the first time, less than 18 months after the firm began writing its portfolio of specialty...
Inigo's D&O Securities Defense Counsel Survey came about because we wanted to go straight to the experts to understand what they thought were the key issues in the current D&O...
Listen to The Voice of Insurance podcast, in which our CEO Richard Watson discusses our culture at Inigo, the importance of having fun at work and ego-free risk management.
Inigo is pleased to announce that Lloyd’s has approved its 2022 business plan, allowing for significant growth. Following a successful first year of underwriting in which Inigo’s controlled premium exceeded $425m, Inigo is now able to double its underwriting to a controlled premium in excess of $850m for 2022.
Our impact is wide ranging from habitat destruction to water pollution, but perhaps the most important from a longer term perspective is anthropogenic (human induced) climate change, with impacts across the globe, from ocean acidification to intense drought and storms, threatening homes, crops and communities, along with extinction of many precious species.
In an interview with InsuranceERM, our CEO Richard Watson discusses our culture at Inigo, the importance of having fun at work and ego-free risk management.
In an interview with S&P Global correspondent Ben Dyson, our CEO, Richard Watson, and CFO, Stuart Bridges, give their views on market expectations and expansion plans for 2022 and beyond.
A hurricane season is always viewed with some trepidation; the potential for big-hitting losses is always there even in the quieter years: 1992 and Hurricane Andrew being the prime example.
Speaking to Clare Ruel at Insurance Times, Richard discussed growth for Inigo in 2021.
Inigo has acquired StarStone Underwriting Limited, the Lloyd’s managing agency and the rights to operate Lloyd’s syndicate 1301 from Enstar.
Read about the market reception to our launch and priorities for 2021 in Insurance Day’s interview with Richard Watson
Our CEO, Richard Watson, spoke to Insurance Insider at the turn of the year on the reasons behind launching Inigo, his outlook on the market and aspirations for the business.
London, 23 November 2020 Inigo Limited (Inigo), a new insurance group, announces that it has successfully completed a capital raise of approximately $800 million from a consortium of global investors.