While Hurricane Ian’s impact on Florida has dominated headlines in recent weeks, European cedants have their own challenges to deal with ahead of this year’s 1 January renewal season.
There are few certainties in life. Death, taxes and a new British prime minister every month. But we can add to that short list the key themes at this year’s event: the availability, terms and cost of reinsurance capital in 2023.
In recent years a schism occurred in the interconnected property (re)insurance value chain.
(Re)insurers’ appetite to continue underwriting fossil fuels has been under increased scrutiny in recent years with environmental activists keen to highlight the role the industry plays as an enabler of these activities.
For all the headlines in trade publications such as The Insurer about the impact of Hurricane Ian on the insurance industry, we must not ignore the human tragedy of the event and its burden on Floridians – as well as the glaring light it shines on the issue of the ...
Delegates arriving in Dallas for the start of the American Property Casualty Insurance Association (APCIA) conference today may have a feeling of déjà vu.
One of the notable factors about Hurricane Ian’s landfall location was that the storm struck in almost exactly the same place as Hurricane Charley 18 years ago.
Ian became this year’s second major hurricane this morning, and its winds are expected to further intensify over the coming hours as it moves over the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico.
If the success of a retiring elite sports coach is measured by silverware and competition victories, then for CEOs of multinational firms it was traditionally always about the share price performance. Or at least it used to be.
One of the key takeaways from this year’s Rendez-Vous in Monte Carlo was just how challenging the next few months will be for many cedants and their reinsurance brokers as they look to place their 1.1 treaties.