All Baden-Baden articles – Page 4

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    A messy quarter...


    Today is not just the start of the Baden-Baden Congress. It also marks the first full week of the third quarter reporting season.

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    Lloyd’s: hard Brexit no obstacle to paying claims


    Despite the continuing stalemate between the European Union and the UK government, Lloyd’s chairman Bruce Carnegie-Brown has reassured Baden-Baden attendees that the 330 year old market will seamlessly process claims and commit capacity regardless of what “Brexit” looks like in 2019.

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    R&Q shows commitment to program market with Accredited


    Re-Insurance asks Colin Johnson and Todd Campbell what is behind the recent rebrand of its program underwriting division and why demand is growing for its services on both sides of the Atlantic

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    Gard swoops on another flagship London marine account


    Norwegian carrier Gard has secured another landmark London marine hull account, taking over from Lloyd’s insurer QBE as the lead on the London placement of the Qatar LNG fleet program, Re-Insurance can reveal.

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    Lessons from the loss creep


    Kenneth Tolson, US president of claims solutions at loss adjuster Crawford Company, considers the demand for model innovations that have arisen following last year’s loss creep burden and explains why the challenge of carrying out inspections post Florence and Michael should be a very different experience to the ...

  • ILS financial markets

    Alternative capital put to the test


    Bertrand Romagne, CEO Europe and CUO, P C International reinsurance at Axa XL on the burgeoning ILS alternative capital market and the importance of scale

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    Free your capital and your cash will follow!


    Russell Group founder and managing director Suki Basi discusses how carriers can deploy their capital to optimal effect

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    Hail models are a tool, not a silver bullet


    Stefan Ritz, assistant vice president of catastrophe pricing at Tokio Millennium Re (TMR) explains how new modelling tools can shed more light on hail risk

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    Differentiated approach from reinsurers key to Nordic and Benelux growth: Aon


    In an ever more crowded market, reinsurers looking to grow their books in Nordic and Benelux countries will be helped by taking a focussed and segmented approach to evaluating their clients, according to Aon’s regional head

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    M&A carousel will continue but 'clients like choice'


    Despite the remarkable frenzy of M A seen in 2018, speakers at the Guy Carpenter Baden-Baden symposium yesterday feel the market will still value the specialist carrier as long as it remains nimble and responsive to clients’ needs.

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    Nash: 'shadows' cast over industry ahead of 1.1 renewals


    Guy Carpenter’s international CEO James Nash has praised reinsurers for its “rational response” to the estimated $140bn of insured cat losses last year but warned that new “shadows” are being cast over the industry ahead of the 1.1 renewals.

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    Baden-Baden 2018 Sunday edition


    Welcome to the first day of our coverage from the 2018 Baden-Baden Reinsurance Meeting! 

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    Stemming the flow of the flood protection gap


    Hannover Re’s Michael Pickel – who is responsible for P C reinsurance in North America and continental Europe – discusses what Hurricanes Harvey and Irma can teach carriers writing flood coverage in Europe

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    How GDPR is reshaping the cyber insurance landscape


    General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and other regulation aimed at protecting personal data are creating new exposures for companies at risk of cyber attack, opening up new risk transfer opportunities for insurers, according to Partner Re’s European senior specialty casualty underwriter Chris McEvoy

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    Q&A: Jean-Paul Conoscente, CEO of reinsurance at Scor Global P&C


    Jean-Paul Conoscente, CEO of reinsurance at Scor Global P C on independence, M A and his advice for the new CEO of Lloyd’s John Neal

  • James Nash, Guy Carpenter

    Fast-growing cyber market brings opportunities and threats


    With cyber the fasting growing line of insurance business in modern history, Guy Carpenter’s CEO of International James Nash talks to Re-Insurance about how cover is evolving to keep pace with the changing market…

  • Mind the Gap

    Closing the protection gap with public private enterprises


    Emma Karhan, leader of the Public Private Enterprise (PPE) specialty practice of Aon’s Reinsurance Solutions business on how PPEs can learn from each other and move the costs of the protection gap to the private sector

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    Baden Baden Reinsurance Meeting 2017 round table


    Reinsurance magazine hosted a round table at the 2017 Baden Baden Reinsurance meeting in October, in association with The Russell Group. In this highlights video the panel which included a cross section of leading insurance industry participants discussed the impact of the H2 losses of 2017 on the European market ...

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    Trapped collateral may provoke 4Q cat bond sell-off


    The billions of dollars of so-called “trapped collateral” may prompt a further sell-off of cat bonds as capital-stretched ILS funds look to free-up capital in this quarter to ensure they can benefit from the expected uplift in retro and cat reinsurance rates at the 1.1 renewals.

  • David Flandro, JLT Re

    Europe’s reinsurers warned on 1.1 pricing


    The recent trend for European insurers to cede more into the reinsurance markets could stall at 1.1 if reinsurers are too aggressive on rate rises and treaty terms, buyers have been warned at Baden Baden this week.