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Lloyd’s: hard Brexit no obstacle to paying claims

2018-10-21T21:29:00+01:00

Despite the continuing stalemate between the European Union and the UK government, Lloyd’s chairman Bruce Carnegie-Brown has reassured Baden-Baden attendees that the 330 year old market will seamlessly process claims and commit capacity regardless of what “Brexit” looks like in 2019.

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Gard swoops on another flagship London marine account

2018-10-21T21:28:00+01:00

Norwegian carrier Gard has secured another landmark London marine hull account, taking over from Lloyd’s insurer QBE as the lead on the London placement of the Qatar LNG fleet program, Re-Insurance can reveal.

Baden-Baden 2018 panelists

M&A carousel will continue but 'clients like choice'

2018-10-21T21:24:00+01:00

Despite the remarkable frenzy of M&A seen in 2018, speakers at the Guy Carpenter Baden-Baden symposium yesterday feel the market will still value the specialist carrier as long as it remains nimble and responsive to clients’ needs.

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Nash: 'shadows' cast over industry ahead of 1.1 renewals

2018-10-21T15:32:00+01:00

Guy Carpenter’s international CEO James Nash has praised reinsurers for its “rational response” to the estimated $140bn of insured cat losses last year but warned that new “shadows” are being cast over the industry ahead of the 1.1 renewals.

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Contract continuity ‘no issue’ says EU Brexit chief

2018-10-21T06:12:00+01:00

The European Parliament’s Brexit chief has said there will be “no issue” of contract continuity for (re)insurance firms once the UK departs from the European Union in March next year, Re-Insurance can reveal.

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Gard swoops on another flagship London marine account

2018-10-21T21:28:00+01:00

Norwegian carrier Gard has secured another landmark London marine hull account, taking over from Lloyd’s insurer QBE as the lead on the London placement of the Qatar LNG fleet program, Re-Insurance can reveal.

Baden-Baden 2018 panelists

M&A carousel will continue but 'clients like choice'

2018-10-21T21:24:00+01:00

Despite the remarkable frenzy of M&A seen in 2018, speakers at the Guy Carpenter Baden-Baden symposium yesterday feel the market will still value the specialist carrier as long as it remains nimble and responsive to clients’ needs.

James-Nash-Baden-Baden-2018

Nash: 'shadows' cast over industry ahead of 1.1 renewals

2018-10-21T15:32:00+01:00

Guy Carpenter’s international CEO James Nash has praised reinsurers for its “rational response” to the estimated $140bn of insured cat losses last year but warned that new “shadows” are being cast over the industry ahead of the 1.1 renewals.

Brexit referendum uk 1468255044b ix

Contract continuity ‘no issue’ says EU Brexit chief

2018-10-21T06:12:00+01:00

The European Parliament’s Brexit chief has said there will be “no issue” of contract continuity for (re)insurance firms once the UK departs from the European Union in March next year, Re-Insurance can reveal.



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Trust Re downgrade the latest in shifting sands for Middle Eastern carriers

Trust Re’s downgrade this week below the critical AM Best A- threshold is the latest setback for Middle Eastern carriers in 2018. Re-Insurance tracks all the developments…

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GIC Re expands on back of Indian agri-re boom

The rapid growth in India’s agricultural insurance market means GIC Re is now responsible for the industry’s largest non-US agricultural reinsurance treaty with the firm experiencing a doubling of inwards gross premiums for the class in only one year.

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MMC-JLT deal makes space for Holborn as top-10 reinsurance broker

MMC’s unexpected $5.6bn deal to acquire JLT, which will cement Marsh’s position as the world’s largest intermediary, will promote US broker Holborn into the number ten slot in Re-Insurance’s list of largest reinsurance brokers by revenue.

Trust-Re-sand

Trust Re downgrade the latest in shifting sands for Middle Eastern carriers

Trust Re’s downgrade this week below the critical AM Best A- threshold is the latest setback for Middle Eastern carriers in 2018. Re-Insurance tracks all the developments…

Agricultural-reinsurance-premium-by-country-i

GIC Re expands on back of Indian agri-re boom

The rapid growth in India’s agricultural insurance market means GIC Re is now responsible for the industry’s largest non-US agricultural reinsurance treaty with the firm experiencing a doubling of inwards gross premiums for the class in only one year.

Top-10-reinsurance-brokers-by-revenues-table

MMC-JLT deal makes space for Holborn as top-10 reinsurance broker

MMC’s unexpected $5.6bn deal to acquire JLT, which will cement Marsh’s position as the world’s largest intermediary, will promote US broker Holborn into the number ten slot in Re-Insurance’s list of largest reinsurance brokers by revenue.



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A messy quarter...

Today is not just the start of the Baden-Baden Congress. It also marks the first full week of the third quarter reporting season.

Todd Campbell R&Q

R&Q shows commitment to program market with Accredited

Re-Insurance asks Colin Johnson and Todd Campbell what is behind the recent rebrand of its program underwriting division and why demand is growing for its services on both sides of the Atlantic

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Lessons from the loss creep

Kenneth Tolson, US president of claims solutions at loss adjuster Crawford & Company, considers the demand for model innovations that have arisen following last year’s loss creep burden and explains why the challenge of carrying out inspections post Florence and Michael should be a very different experience to the terrible ...

results generic

A messy quarter...

Today is not just the start of the Baden-Baden Congress. It also marks the first full week of the third quarter reporting season.

Todd Campbell R&Q

R&Q shows commitment to program market with Accredited

Re-Insurance asks Colin Johnson and Todd Campbell what is behind the recent rebrand of its program underwriting division and why demand is growing for its services on both sides of the Atlantic

Hurricane-Irma-aftermath

Lessons from the loss creep

Kenneth Tolson, US president of claims solutions at loss adjuster Crawford & Company, considers the demand for model innovations that have arisen following last year’s loss creep burden and explains why the challenge of carrying out inspections post Florence and Michael should be a very different experience to the terrible ...