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Exin Capital faces being wound up by HMRC in court tomorrow


Matt Fairfield’s beleaguered Exin is expected to enter liquidation tomorrow (15 June) following a wind-up petition being issued by HM Revenue & Customs.

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Lloyd’s syndicate takes policies from defunct-Danish carrier Alpha


An unnamed Lloyd’s syndicate has assumed liability for 177,00 policies that were written by the now-defunct Danish insurer Alpha.

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Willis pursues Alliant for trying to ‘decimate’ its construction team


Willis Towers Watson is suing Alliant for trying to “steal millions of dollars of revenues” after the West Coast broker poached a 12-strong construction team from its larger rival.

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Echelon denies Qudos fraud allegations as settlement talks continue


Echelon Insurance, the former owner of the Danish insurer Qudos, has denied allegations of wrongdoing made by London-headquartered alternative investment firm New Nordic earlier this week over the 2017 sale of the unrated European carrier.


New Nordic to sue Echelon for Qudos M&A ‘fraud’


Scandinavia-focussed alternative investor New Nordic says it is poised to sue the former owner of its Danish insurer Qudos for “misrepresentative and fraudulent acts” following its acquisition of the carrier in 2017.


Munich Re latest to cut ties with coal business


Reinsurance giant Munich Re has become the latest in a line of carriers to curb investment in coal related risks.