Recent catastrophes have revealed that some nat cat models might not be as up to date as they could be. Intelligent Insurer reports.
Swiss Re’s latest Sigma report highlights the dangers of so-called secondary losses—which can still pack a nasty punch. Intelligent Insurer investigates.
Pamela Negosanti, global vice president of insurance at Expert System, explains how the company assists clients in a world of increasingly high volumes of information. She will be speaking at the Intelligent Automation & AI in Insurance Europe event in London on May 21.
As technology makes underwriting both an art and a science the industry must do more to attract young talent, says David Amaro, chair of the Bermuda Under 40s Re/insurance Group.
With job placement rates for students at close to 100 percent, more must be done to increase the profile of careers in insurance, says Sean Ramlal of US Reinsurance Under 40s.
AM Re Syndicate believes the US market is underserved by reinsurers. To solve this problem, the managing general agency is matching US primary carriers with security from Asia using quota share deals, to bring a very different offering to the market, as Intelligent Insurer reports.
Greenlight Re has always done things a little differently. Simon Burton, its chief executive, explains to Intelligent Insurer why he hopes its approach to insurtech, Solvency II and the mix of its portfolio will continue to set it apart.
There are some chief execs right now taking a pretty good look at their own affairs in terms of how they spend company funds. I have also heard of a number of companies asking their investor relations teams for a thorough analysis of peer-related performance.
The outlook for the non-life reinsurance sector is improving as prices are expected to rebound in 2019 following the sector’s second consecutive year of above-average losses.
Rates will harden in 2019—or at the very least remain stable. That is what our readers believe as they approach the January 1 renewals. But we are also mindful that the Christmas spirit may have made some a little too optimistic.