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Participate in our latest re/insurance market-focused survey

3rd September 2021 - Author: Charlie Wood

Having witnessed the re/insurance industry’s response to COVID-19, how confident are you of its success at navigating future global crises? Will rising antitrust concerns and increased media security render mega-M&A a thing of the past?

As a reader of Reinsurance News we invite you to take part in what is our third market-focused survey since March 2020.

Much has changed in that relatively short span of time.

The industry’s current and future landscape, while certainly more defined and familiar, remains fraught with boundless uncertainty and speculation.

We rely on short surveys like these to enrich and inform our understanding of, and subsequent reporting on, our industry.

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Therefore your input is vitally important in allowing us to continue with our aim of delivering actionable and worthwhile insights to market participants.

The survey has been created alongside our insurance-linked securities (ILS) focused sister publication, Artemis.

You can view results of our previous surveys here

Reinsurance News alone reached a global readership of close to 200,000 individuals in March of this year.

Please don’t hesitate to reach out for more information on how our publications and the audiences each has amassed can add value to your brand.

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