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Ki secures $130mn ESG-linked credit facility

The facility is linked to the ESG rating of Ki’s Funds at Lloyd’s and builds on investment guidelines the business has established for third parties.
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Aon-Willis collapse had ‘tidal wave’ effect on broking: Ardonagh’s Hearn

Acrisure Re chairman Jason Howard said carriers welcomed the collapse of the deal.
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London Market Conference: Five key takeaways

Over 240 delegates joined our first in-person conference to listen to discussion on rates, capital, talent, technology and the future of the London market.
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Systems outperforming human underwriters on complex risks: Beazley’s Cox

The CEO warned that data and analytics were beginning to “park their tanks on our underwriting lawn”.
Opinion

The ticking clock to transparency on net-zero transition

Amid an onslaught of announcements on climate disclosure requirements, listed insurers have a limited timeframe to prepare.
26 November 2021
Analysis
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London market pricing in 2022: Is the party over?

The market is assessing whether planned single-digit rate rises will outstrip burgeoning claims inflation.
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The Irma counter-reaction: Hopes grow that $35bn Ida estimate will prove over-done

Nearly three months on, the event still seems heavily stacked towards residential claims.
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European reinsurers at Q3: The cat question

Swiss Re, Munich Re, Hannover Re and Scor have set out divergent strategies on cat as volatility increases and the retro market seizes up.
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Insurance market walks the energy transition tightrope

Sources say the insurance industry will not walk away en masse from existing clients.
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ILS outflows visible, but quota-share drought will shift 2022 market

The topic of quota-share support is becoming all the more crucial because supply is shrinking at the same time as demand is rising.
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P&C call sentiment: Management’s carefully tailored perspective

Insurance carriers tend to favor a negative outlook during their earnings calls, even when its unwarranted.
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Aspen US Liability Head: Expect Growth in Construction, Hospitality in 2022

As the economy continues to rebound after the pandemic, insurers expect to see growth in construction and hospitality business in 2022, said Rebecca Gitig, head of US primary liability for Aspen Insurance.
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