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October 2016/1

  • The cat bond market is likely to recover from the shrinking that occurred in the first half of 2016, according to panellists at the Trading Risk Monte Carlo roundtable
  • Top 10 ILS manager and reinsurer sidecar investor Stone Ridge Asset Management reported that its net asset base had reached $4.95bn by the end of July, up 4 percent from the end of the prior quarter
  • Aon Securities has named an executive from the company's insurance management division, Darren Bailey, to lead the London-based capital markets business, sister publication Trading Risk revealed last week
  • Share price data on The Insurance Insider's universe of P&C (re)insurers
  • London-listed shares within our expanded coverage universe experienced the largest increases during the past month, while dollar-denominated stocks found themselves towards the bottom of the pile
  • Insurers are anxiously watching the path of Hurricane Matthew as the storm tracks towards the mainland US, prompting comparisons with the $6bn loss from Hurricane Irene in 2011.
  • Pension funds and retail investors have been using multi-asset funds to help meet their return targets for years, but the idea has struggled to gain traction in non-life insurance circles
  • Reinsurers struggled to deliver underwriting profitability at their Singapore businesses in 2015, with a weighted average combined ratio of 104 percent, 4.7 percentage points higher than the year before.
  • The Insurance Insider's expanded coverage universe of P&C carriers booked an average share price rise of 5.4 percent during the third quarter of 2016, probably outstripping growth in book value per share.
  • US says no to SII equivalence: FIO; Meranti losses could hit $1.15bn: AIR; Besso Ebitda rises 15% in 2015; France attempts to lure insurers; Wray returns; Castel launches division; Gable posts H1 loss
  • Claims management is not high enough on the agenda of priorities for the London market's Target Operating Model (Tom), XL Catlin chief experience officer Paul Jardine has claimed.
  • Aviation industry executives have named failure of critical IT systems as the risk which most concerns them, according to a report from Willis Towers Watson.
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