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April 2017/1

  • Share price data on The Insurance Insider's universe of P&C (re)insurers
  • Two Florida insurers have joined a number of carriers seeking cover from the cat bond market in the run-up to the hurricane season, sister publication Trading Risk reported last week
  • Munich Re is managing $200mn of funds allocated to the Leo Re vehicle by Dutch pension fund service provider PGGM, sources told sister publication Trading Risk
  • The Insurance Insider's aggregate of P&C (re)insurers, The Insider 50, fell into the red last month as the market continued to digest annual results.
  • Lloyd's Names continued to enjoy double-digit returns from non-aligned syndicates for the 2014 year of account (YoA), with an average return on capacity of 12.1 percent.
  • Lloyd's has established a track record of bettering peer groups like the US specialty insurance market, the global reinsurers and Bermuda, driven by superior underwriting performance.
  • The Insurance Insider looks in detail at the results for Lloyd's aviation, marine, energy and motor segments
  • The Insurance Insider looks in detail at the results for Lloyd's reinsurance, property and casualty segments
  • Lloyd's profits for 2016 were flat year-on-year at £2.1bn ($2.6bn), but were driven by a one-off gain in investment income, as underwriting returns shrank to just a quarter of the prior-year result at £468mn.
  • The energy insurance market is approaching a pricing "cliff edge" as the sector continues to struggle with both overcapacity and the downturn in the global energy industry, according to JLT.
  • Stellar Daisy loss; Mitsui takes 11% stake in UIB; Third Point posts 0.9% March return; LMA calls for data rules leeway; People's Insurance Group names president; Debbie damage assessed; Trust Re profits drop 40; Proteus and QBE strike partnership
  • Endurance has lost a substantial part of its Japanese non-life reinsurance book as a result of its $6.3bn takeover by big three insurer Sompo.
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