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UK Ogden rate revised to minus 0.25%

Insurers regard negative discount rate as “bad outcome.”

Examining Lloyd’s ‘Future’ from the legal side

Clyde & Co partner Jennette Newman weighs in.

Credit ratings withdrawn for Lloyd's Syndicate 2010

AM Best's move comes at the syndicate's request.

AM Best affirms AIG P&C ratings

Affirmation comes with warning about GI performance.

Hiscox sees good rate momentum

Loss creep leads to reserve strengthening.

Kuhn exits Sompo International amidst reshuffle

Commercial P&C unit to play a bigger role going forward

APCIA renews call for trade deal approval

Industry body calls for deal ratification

Zurich names new EMEA CEO

Alison Martin fills role left by Amanda Blanc.

Swiss Re pulls ReAssure IPO

Weaker demand prompts re-think.

Magazine

ILS capacity needed to contain the kugelblitz of cyber ri...

The traditional reinsurance market needs ILS products to support the growth of cyber insurance. Ari Chatterjee of Envelop Risk discusses the pathway.

Is cyber the new property cat?

Capsicum Re's Patrick Bousfield explores the possible paradigm shift from a Property & Casualty (P&C) market to a Property, Casualty and Cyber marketplace (PC&C).

Is blockchain dead?

Recalibrating our understanding of this technological solution.

Speaking up on silent cyber

Silent cyber risk used to be the elephant in the underwriting room. But some reinsurers are ‘outing’ it.

Shaping an ILS strategy for cyber insurance

The systemic and uncorrelated nature of cyber risk makes it a good candidate for the capital markets, says Aon's Catherine Mulligan.

Back to the future

Catching up with a pair of InsurTech firms previously featured in Reactions.

Innovate, or…get taken down a notch

Contributing editor Garry Booth looks at what insurers need to do to keep up with the pace of change.

An enduring affair

The bancassurance model still has a strong role to play in life and non-life business, according to Standard & Poor’s analysts Marc-Philippe Juilliard and Volker Kudszus.

What's next for insurers on the investment side?

Last year saw strong economic conditions, but 2019 may be a different story.

Growing pains

Last year saw strong economic conditions, but 2019 may be a different story. Are insurers prepared to weather the storm?

Fine-tuning for the future

Insurers are moving into new asset classes and making changes within existing portfolios as they look to squeeze more return from their (excess) capital.

The changing landscape of insurance asset outsourcing

How insurance companies’ use of third-party investment managers is evolving.

The dangerous loss of ‘forward guidance’

Why basing monetary policy on “data dependence” creates too many variables, says Michal Zajac, senior economist at SCOR.

Cometh the hour, cometh the man

Contributing editor Garry Booth pays tribute to former Lloyd’s chairman Sir David Rowland.

Rough seas

IUMI president: Marine sector facing its biggest financial challenges in 15 years.

Re/insurance: Too sexy for junior talent?

P&C insurance is one of the most rewarding industries one can work in, but most students believe it’s a yawn. We need to change that perception, says Editor-in-Chief Shawn Moynihan in his March comment piece.

Lloyd’s readies for a revolution

Contributing editor Garry Booth looks into whether Lloyd's needs to man the barricades - or open the borders.

The art of the interview

Editor-in-chief Shawn Moynihan takes on the 'art of the interview' with insurance legend Pat Ryan in February's comment piece.

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May 2019

 

 In this month's Reactions

  • Dan Glaser interview
  • LatAm Virtual Roundtable
  • Insurance Asset Management Report
  • Political Risk in Focus
  • Environmental Market Feature

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