Welcome to the third day of our coverage from the 2019 Baden-Baden Reinsurance Meeting!
We are delighted to provide you with the third electronic copy of The Insurer’s daily Baden-Baden edition. Here you will find the latest news, analysis and intelligence from our team of journalists and analysts attending the event in the elegant German spa town.
Lloyd’s performance director Jon Hancock reveals the Corporation is concerned over large losses in the US casualty market
Aon has seen meaningful traction in its RenaissanceRe-led cross class cat cover for silent cyber with limit placed of more than $400mn
Munich Re forecasts upward rate momentum at the upcoming January renewals
The Insurer examines the factors at play in the casualty reinsurance market and looks to the US where a hardening market is showing signs of sustainability
Guy Carpenter’s James Boyce talks 1.1 outlook and how the integration with JLT is progressing
Aon’s Adam Podlaha explains why efficient underwriting and modelling systems are the silver lining to the nat cat storm clouds that linger over the industry
Laurent Montador, deputy CEO of CCR Re, discusses how the firm is positioning itself to tackle challenging European operating conditions
COMMENT AND OPINION
TigerRisk’s head of North American reinsurance Wade Gulbransen on navigating a changing reinsurance landscape
Amongst the raft of topics discussed at The Insurer roundtable in Monte Carlo, the issue of the divergence between insurance, reinsurance and retrocessional pricing generated significant debate
Darag’s Alex Roth on why the legacy market is now undergoing a period of significant growth
Xceedance’s Travis MacMillian talks about the role the firm plays as a strategic resource for insurance organisations
ChainThat’s David Edwards explains the evolution of Distributed Ledger Technology in insurance
RiverStone’s Stephen Roberts on why talent is the cornerstone of a successful legacy business