Reinsurance News

Reinsurance News – Friday 23rd September 2016

23rd September 2016

Here’s your daily Reinsurance News for Friday 23rd September 2016: FEMA buys first reinsurance for NFIP, will buy more in 2017 For the first time ever, FEMA has bought reinsurance protection for the National Flood Insurance Program. FEMA has purchased $1 million of reinsurance cover from three reinsurers, a development ... Read the full article

Reinsurance News – Thursday 22nd September 2016

22nd September 2016

Here’s your daily Reinsurance News for Thursday 22nd September 2016: H1 profits at Lloyd's increase to £1.46 billion The specialist Lloyd's of London insurance and reinsurance marketplace, has reported profit of £1.46 billion for the first-half of the year, compared with £1.2 billion a year earlier. However, the market's combined ... Read the full article

Reinsurance News – Wednesday 21st September 2016

21st September 2016

Here’s your daily Reinsurance News for Wednesday 21st September 2016: Hunt for profitable business to drive reinsurance M&A: A.M. Best Ratings agency A.M. Best has warned that as reinsurers continue to hunt for profits and fight to remain relevant in a challenging market, this could drive further M&A in ... Read the full article

Reinsurance News – Tuesday 20th September 2016

20th September 2016

Here’s your daily Reinsurance News for Tuesday 20th September 2016: Hurricane Hermine insured losses expected below $400m: RMS Catastrophe risk modeller RMS has said that insurance and reinsurance industry losses from hurricane Hermine are not expected to exceed $400 million. Lloyd's and LMA in deal to make ... Read the full article

Reinsurance News – Monday 19th September 2016

19th September 2016

Here’s your daily Reinsurance News for Monday 19th September 2016: Reinsurance & ILS can help UK insurers outperform the market – Willis Willis Towers Watson has released a report that shows that companies that make use of reinsurance and ILS to improve their capital management, can be seen to ... Read the full article

Reinsurance News – Friday 16th September 2016

16th September 2016

Here’s your daily Reinsurance News for Friday 16th September 2016: Bottom of the soft market is very close, or already here: Swiss Re CUO The bottom of the softening reinsurance cycle is either very close, or is already here, explained Swiss Re's CUO Matthias Weber at the 2016 Monte ... Read the full article

Reinsurance News – Thursday 15th September 2016

15th September 2016

Here’s your daily Reinsurance News for Thursday 15th September 2016: Reinsurers only profitable due to low catastrophe experience: S&P Ratings agency Standard & Poor's (S&P) has said that in more recent times, reinsurers have only managed to remain profitable because of low catastrophe losses and higher reserve releases. Read the full article

Reinsurance News – Wednesday 14th September 2016

14th September 2016

Here’s your daily Reinsurance News for Wednesday 14th September 2016: It's day four of the 2016 Monte Carlo Reinsurance Rendez-vous, the 60th anniversary of the reinsurance, insurance and more recently insurance-linked securities (ILS) meeting in the south of France. Here's all the latest coverage from our sister publication Artemis around the 2016 ... Read the full article

Reinsurance News – Tuesday 13th September 2016

13th September 2016

Here’s your daily Reinsurance News for Tuesday 13th September 2016: It's day three of the 2016 Monte Carlo Reinsurance Rendez-vous, the 60th anniversary of the reinsurance, insurance and more recently insurance-linked securities (ILS) meeting in the south of France. Here's all the latest coverage from our sister publication Artemis around the 2016 ... Read the full article

Reinsurance News – Monday 12th September 2016

12th September 2016

Here’s your daily Reinsurance News for Monday 12th September 2016: It's day two of the 2016 Monte Carlo Reinsurance Rendez-vous, the 60th anniversary of the reinsurance, insurance and more recently insurance-linked securities (ILS) meeting in the south of France. Here's all the latest coverage from our sister publication Artemis around the 2016 ... Read the full article

Monte Carlo Rendez-vous Reinsurance News

11th September 2016

Here’s your daily Reinsurance News for Sunday 11th September 2016: The 2016 Monte Carlo Reinsurance Rendez-vous is underway, the 60th anniversary of the reinsurance, insurance and more recently insurance-linked securities (ILS) meeting in the south of France, where market participants discuss prospects for the next major reinsurance renewal season. To get up ... Read the full article

Reinsurance News – Friday 9th September 2016

9th September 2016

Here’s your daily Reinsurance News for Friday 9th September 2016: Italy quake insured losses not expected to exceed EUR200m: S&P Global financial services rating agency S&P has announced that gross insurance industry losses from the recent earthquake that impacted part of Italy, are not expected to exceed €200 million. ... Read the full article

Reinsurance News – Thursday 8th September 2016

8th September 2016

Here’s your daily Reinsurance News for Thursday 8th September 2016: Too early to call the bottom for catastrophe reinsurance prices: Moody’s Analysts at Moody's Investors Service have said that despite signs of pricing pressures easing across the property catastrophe space, it's “too early to call the bottom” of the pricing ... Read the full article

Reinsurance News – Wednesday 7th September 2016

7th September 2016

Here’s your daily Reinsurance News for Wednesday 7th September 2016: Global reinsurance industry returns will continue to weaken: S&P Global reinsurance industry returns will likely fall further in the coming months as the softening reinsurance market cycle has persisted longer than many in the space had anticipated, according to ... Read the full article

Reinsurance News – Tuesday 6th September 2016

6th September 2016

Here’s your daily Reinsurance News for Tuesday 6th September 2016: Only the costliest catastrophe could turn reinsurance pricing: RBC RBC Capital Markets has said that only the costliest catastrophe event could turn reinsurance pricing, despite losses in the first-half of 2016 being above the long-term average. Lloyd's ... Read the full article