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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?
  • A special issue covering the 16th Singapore International Reinsurance Conference.
  • The disconnection between MGA and carrier valuations continues.
  • The last of three special issues covering the APCIA 2019 annual conference.
  • The second of three special issues covering the APCIA 2019 annual conference.
  • The second of two special issues covering the Baden-Baden Reinsurance Meeting.
  • The first of two special issues covering the Baden-Baden Reinsurance Meeting.
  • The first of three special issues covering the APCIA 2019 annual conference.
  • Welcome to our post-event supplement for the The Insurance Insider Honours 2019, which took place on 5 September at Old Billingsgate in London.
  • The last of four daily issues covering the Rendez-Vous de Septembre.
  • The third of four daily issues covering the Rendez-Vous de Septembre.
  • The second of four daily issues covering the Rendez-Vous de Septembre.
  • The first of four daily issues covering the Rendez-Vous de Septembre.
  • The (re)insurance industry has some catching up to do with the wider pace of technological change in the financial services sector.
  • Given the (re)insurance sector’s notorious resistance to change, harnessing technology to aid underwriting excellence has been a slow process.
  • Discipline will be key as the legacy market enters a period of rapid change.
  • The insurance sector needs to get to grips with data capture, storage and utilisation before it can begin to leverage AI and automation.
  • Our in-depth research study explores the current state of, potential growth opportunities for and challenges facing London’s burgeoning delegated authority marketplace.
  • Who would want to run an MGA these days? In fact, the answer is quite a lot of people, actually.
  • Sometimes chairing an industry panel is easy – for this session I only had to ask a couple of questions, seek a little focus and clarification, issue a few challenges and the panellists did the rest.
  • This publication, in association with AdvantageGo, examines the state of global underwriting.
  • As live carriers shake off last night’s excesses and vow to turn over a new leaf, the run-off market can be there to provide a reassuring pat on the back and a sympathetic ear.
  • Artificial intelligence may drive many of the (re)insurance industry’s functions in years to come, but hiring top talent alongside it will be key to the sector’s future success.
  • Technology will prove a useful tool for the (re)insurance industry, but its ability to disintermediate the market is exaggerated.
  • In many ways, The Insurance Insider Roundtable has become the definitive event of the Monte Carlo gathering.