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July 2016/1

  • PartnerRe has made a number of appointments after restructuring its business units, the reinsurer announced today (6 July)
  • Share price data on The Insurance Insider's universe of P&C (re)insurers
  • Shares in the Insider 30 expanded by 3.4 percent on average in the last week of June, as investors' initial Brexit shock moderated
  • As investors continue to struggle to find attractive yields in traditional fixed income assets, many are considering the potential benefits of investing in real assets
  • Rates in the beleaguered downstream energy market continued to slide during the second quarter of the year, with most reductions in the 10-20 percent range, according to analysis by JLT Specialty
  • Market volatility triggered by the UK's Brexit vote could drive increased investor interest in the insurance-linked securities (ILS) sector, although the impact is not expected to be meaningful, according to a variety of market participants.
  • Continental reinsurers and European insurers woke up to a new reality late last month after the UK voted to leave the European Union (EU), a decision which is expected to negatively impact their operations
  • After sterling fell to 30-year lows against the US dollar a unique buying opportunity has presented itself to those looking to buy a piece of the London market.
  • The five major listed brokers with exposure to the UK took differing impacts from the Brexit crisis, with some even seeking to present the high levels of uncertainty as a fresh commercial opportunity
  • The UK's vote to leave the European Union should not impact the rapid growth of the country's cyber sector, market participants have told The Insurance Insider.
  • Gibraltar "cannot and will not" fall into a regulatory vacuum where the jurisdiction suffers "death by a thousand cuts" following the UK's vote to leave the EU, a regulatory expert on the Rock has said.
  • Lloyd's and the London market are faced with two incompatible options from the fallout of last month's Brexit vote, prompting discussions about the best way forward.
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