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November 2013/1

  • New Europe-wide data legislation, which will require companies to be more stringent in the way data is shared between offices, according to global broker Marsh
  • Credit Suisse Asset Management has hired former Aon Benfield retro broker Nicky Payne for a new role as head of origination, sister publication Trading Risk revealed last month
  • Shares in American International Group (AIG) have clawed back some of the ground lost in the 1 November post-results sell-off, as investors reassess the outlook for the company.
  • Montpelier Re plans to raise $125mn from the initial public offering (IPO) of Blue Capital Re, according to an updated prospectus filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission
  • Bermudian reinsurers received more support from reserve releases during the third quarter of 2013 than they did in the same period last year, according to The Insurance Insider's Data Room
  • Share repurchases among Bermudian (re)insurers were uneven in Q3, with some carriers opting to rein in buybacks while others took a more aggressive stance
  • The latest commercial lines surveys from CIAB and MarketScout provide further evidence that pricing momentum is slowing
  • (Re)insurers will not abandon the more diversified investment strategies they have adopted in recent years, even if interest rates return to historic norms and investment-grade fixed income assets become more attractive
  • The relationship between Asian (re)insurers and Lloyd's and the London market is becoming increasingly symbiotic as parties from both sides seek strategic partnerships
  • Reinsurers, already fighting the intrusion of capital markets into core property cat markets, are being hit by a series of premium reductions from casualty reinsurance markets
  • QBE narrows profit forecast; RSA slump; Hannover Re on track; ANV appoints; Argo beats; JLT in line...
  • The balance of power in aviation insurance remains firmly in buyers' favour as the market gears up for its peak policy renewal season over the next eight weeks, according to global (re)insurance broker Willis.