Here’s your daily Reinsurance News for Wednesday 14th December 2016:
Inga Beale and John Nelson, the CEO and Chairman of the specialist Lloyd’s of London insurance and reinsurance marketplace, have said that current accident year underwriting in the market isn’t profitable.
Guy Carpenter has announced the launch of a new Global Strategic Advisory unit, that includes a range of its business capabilities. Furthermore, Rob Bentley will re-join the firm as President of the new division.
Ratings agency A.M. Best has maintained its negative outlook for the global reinsurance sector citing “continued market challenges.” The longer the outlook persists the more likely the market is to see negative rating pressures.
Reinsurer RenaissanceRe (RenRe) has announced changes to its executive management team, including the promotion of Sean Brosnan to SVP, CIO. Aditya Dutt will assume the responsibility of Treasurer, and Todd Fonner is to leave the firm.
The outlook for the U.S. life reinsurance industry remains stable, according to international ratings agency A.M. Best, despite the U.S. life/annuity sector recently being revised to negative.
United Insurance Holdings has added a new quota share reinsurance programme effective December 1st 2016, and also renewed its aggregate catastrophe reinsurance protection.
The New Zealand Earthquake Commission (EQC) and a group of private insurers have reached an agreement that aims to simplify how insurance claims are resolved for those impacted by the Kaikoura Earthquake.
AXIS Capital has revealed that it has promoted Conrad Brooks to General Counsel, replacing Richard Gieryn Jr who is to retire from the company after 14 years.
With the U.S. government apparently set to reform the tax system, it’s been noted that any reforms must take care not to be detrimental to the reinsurance market.
A report released earlier this month by the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies claims that risks could cost the global economy as much as $1.17 trillion in 2017, expected to rise further the following year.
Fermat Capital Management and Hudson Structured Capital Management have been involved in a private debt issuance for U.S. insurance group Heritage Insurance Holdings, Inc.
According to reports, insurance and reinsurance broker Marsh is to acquire Brazilian insurance broker AD Corretora de Seguros, for an undisclosed fee.
Beazley unit, Beazley Product Solutions, has added Tim Foy as an environmental underwriter, based in the company’s Philadelphia office. Foy joins the firm from XL Catlin.
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Underlining the urgent need for adequate cyber re/insurance solutions, a new report claims that cyber attacks will cause damage to businesses amounting to $280 billion.
Highlighting the benefits of a parametric insurance solution, Nicaragua as received a $1.1 million payout from the CCRIF SPC after the impacts of hurricane Otto.
Indonesian reinsurer, Maskapai Reinsurance Indonesia, is planning to raise $41 million from a rights offering in 2017, aiming to sell up to 130 million new shares as it looks to improve its capital position.
Chubb expects to see higher operating earnings per share than originally anticipated following its acquisition by ACE roughly a year ago.
Fairfax Financial Holdings Limited has announced that it plans to launch a C$450 million Senior Notes Offering, which will be offered through a syndicate of dealers.
As cyclone Vardah made landfall in southern India on Monday 13th December, insurers in the region are preparing for claims for damages suffered.
Institutional organisations across the MENA region have been urged to improve their efforts at developing a robust risk management culture.
China’s insurance regulator, the CIRC, has confirmed that it will introduce measures that ensures the main business and focus of insurance companies is insurance business.
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