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The Corporation’s chairman said that Names and other third-party capital are essential to maintaining the market’s unique nature.
The additional investment makes this the largest ever Series B round for an InsurTech, according to the firm.
Lloyd's chief of markets Patrick Tiernan said the Corporation is comfortable that a cyber risk pre-mortem exercise showed the market could cope with a major cyber incident.
The capacity deal is slated for deals with 10/1 effective dates and beyond.
The worst-case scenario of a $12bn-$15bn claim looks to have been taken out, but there are lots of complex, vexed negotiations still to come.
As the curtain comes down on the millionth Monte Carlo Rendez-Vous, and the prices in the cafes and restaurants are presumably reset to their customary levels, the conference has again done its main job.
Insurance Insider explores how insurers can manage the dual, polar-opposite pressures of a litigious anti-ESG movement and net-zero climate activism.
Industry sources view the letters of credit (LOC) fraud scandal at Vesttoo as a specific rather than systemic failure, with further scrutiny likely on LOC providers.
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The Corporation’s chairman said Lloyd’s has “earned the right to grow” and wants to drive competitive progress on ESG goals.
The Duncan Dale-led business has reached an ‘inflection point’ where a large, aligned capital provider is advantageous, executives say.
Hurricane Idalia is a reminder of the new normal cat environment and that reinsurers must continue to ensure they do not pick up attritional losses, the company’s P&C head said.
The chairman stressed that his new start-up will focus on the liability side of the balance sheet not the asset side – in distinction to the hedge fund re model.
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