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Chaucer’s global head of marine Philip Graham also chairs the influential facts and figures committee of the International Union of Marine Insurance.
Deal flow for InsurTech funding dropped by 7.7% in the quarter, while the average deal size rose by 18% to $22mn.
InsurTechs with diversified teams and deep-rooted technology are more likely to survive the current funding drought, according to MS&AD Ventures’ Jon Soberg.
Insured nat cat losses amounted to $35bn globally in H1, while manmade events triggered an additional $3bn, according to Swiss Re Insititute.

Peak Re and Fosun under scrutiny after Moody’s outlook review

The Hong Kong-based carrier and its backer have been placed on negative review by the ratings agency, prompting questions around its future.
Carriers in the class are reassessing risk appetites amid inflation, the Ukraine war and a growing risk of countries defaulting on sovereign debt.
The market is concerned about potential claims from the Hellenic War Risks mutual, which has ships worth around $350mn stuck in the Black Sea.
North American companies also pay executives more relative to company size than European rivals.
The median 2021 compensation of industry leaders in the US and Canada was $7.7mn, compared to $4.9mn in Europe.
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As partner at major InsurTech investor Anthemis, Ruth Foxe Blader explained to Insurance Insider why venture capitalists are pumping the brakes on InsurTech funding.
The start-up’s top team predicted further rate hardening at 1 January.
The separation into an MGU and balance sheet has released far more value to investors than any other exit could have done.
The FCA’s executive director of authorisations Emily Shepperd has described how the watchdog is resolving a lengthy case backlog.
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