Welcome to the fourth and last day of our coverage from the 2018 Monte Carlo Rendez-Vous!
We hope you will enjoy this final Re-Insurance daily edition that contains the latest news, analysis and intelligence from our team of journalists and analysts attending the Rendez-Vous.
Hurricane Florence is now expected to wreak up to $15bn in insured losses, a lower top-end estimate than some were projecting earlier this week.
But flooding remaining the big uncertainty…
PartnerRe CEO Emmanuel Clarke says his reinsurer is reaping the rewards of being a rare “pureplay” reinsurer in a market that has seen almost all of its rivals develop significant primary operations
Fresh from PCS’ recent estimate of over $3bn in insured losses from last year’s NotPetya attacks, MMC’s CEO Dan Glaser says it is important that reinsurers communicates better on what is excluded from cyber policies
Reinsurers are quickly becoming leaders in the understanding and management of cyber risks, writes Axis Re’s chief underwriting officer Megan Thomas
Aon on the continuing strength of the ILS markets
Peter Dailey says RMS’ loss estimates from last year’s storms were credible. That wasn’t the case with its rivals so it is up to all modelling firms to be transparent
Liberty Mutual Re’s Jennifer Braney says the cyber challenge will be overcome with better data and closer engagement between reinsurers and their clients
Dubai-headquartered carrier IGI is building out it’s presence in Africa, Youssef Alaoui chief executive officer of IGI Casablanca predicts
Gavin Coull, partner and head of reinsurance at law firm BLM on business interruption losses…
The US run-off market is about to be energised says Artur Niemczewski, the CEO of Pro-Global Insurance Solutions