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  • Has there ever been a more interesting time in (re)insurance for mergers, acquisitions and new capital formations?
  • Tech innovators would be forgiven for looking at our industry and wondering how so little about the way it operates has changed in the past two decades.
  • It’s always fascinating to bring together global reinsurance executives for a 90 minute debate, but doing it virtually in September, half way through the hurricane season, adds extra spice.
  • When we set out our initial plans for (Re)Connect, it was something of a daunting task.
  • The combination of Covid-19, an active hurricane system, hungry investment capital and a sense of market urgency is causing 1.1 to shape up as one of the most interesting renewals for decades.
  • Climate change is increasing the severity of natural catastrophes and insurers can help address the challenge.
  • With Lloyd’s having ventured down a rabbit hole of reinvention, does Bermuda stand to benefit?
  • With the (re)insurance industry at a “flex point”, it needs to improve returns beyond merely meeting the cost of capital .
  • London must find a technological solution that will unite the market and bring it up to date.
  • Dislocation and disruption characterise the rapidly changing US (re)insurance market.
  • Is the much-vaunted collaborative approach by the (re)insurance and tech industries working out as planned?
  • As climate change threatens ever-wilder weather patterns and higher loss events and retro prices soar, is the reinsurance sector facing extinction?