This publication explores the key talking points for the (re)insurance industry for the year ahead. Part 1 looks at macro pressures and M&A.
The changing dynamics of the reinsurance and ILS markets will be laid bare in forthcoming key renewal dates.
Lloyd’s faces existential questions, AIG is the elephant in the room, and strategies diverge at MMC and Aon.
The reinsurance broker has pointed to several new initiatives designed to bring more capital to the market.
The market reacted positively to the unsecured notes while analysts were comfortable with the leverage.
The utility has confirmed it will file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection amid mounting liability for wildfire losses.
Reinsurance executives shuffled in 2018 due to M&A, ageing workforce.
The Camp Fire in California was the costliest nat cat event for (re)insurers, according to Munich Re.
Deal volumes for the full-year 2018 hit $10.1bn.