December 22nd, 2017

Week’s Top Stories: December 16 - 22, 2017

Posted at 10:43 AM ET

Run-off Specialists Are Gearing Up for Increased Flows: Transaction volumes in the run-off market will continue to grow as a consequence of an influx of capital and increased amounts of buyers and sellers of legacy reserves, according to Andrew Beecroft, Head of M&A Advisory, GC Securities*.

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Addressing Flood Peril: Here we review recent GC Capital Ideas posts on Guy Carpenter’s efforts to address the flood peril.

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Industry in investor “sweet spot:” The insurance industry is currently in an investor “sweet spot” and can maintain that position for a long time if insurers drive efficiency measures and focus on capital optimization in response to current market dynamics, believes Richard Hewitt, Head of Business Intelligence, Guy Carpenter.

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Reinsurance Solutions Continue to Achieve Stability and Growth for Cedents: Since its beginnings, the reinsurance product has been a tool that delivers diversified balance sheet solutions to insurers to help protect capital, manage earnings, reduce volatility and promote profitable growth, according to James Nash, President, International, Guy Carpenter.

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Exploring the P&C Industry; Recent Market Dynamics and Industry Performance: The property and casualty (P&C) insurance industry continues to face economic and market-based challenges. New risks demand coverage; catastrophes are surfacing in unexpected ways and experience shifts are driving casualty lines’ capital needs.

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And you may have missed….

Guy Carpenter Hosts International Forum: Building Sustainable Flood Insurance Solutions: Guy Carpenter hosted an international forum entitled “Building sustainable flood insurance solutions” in Berlin on May 9-10. The event brought together leading figures from science and academia, non-governmental organizations and the (re)insurance industry to examine the rapidly growing impact of flooding and explore measures to significantly reduce that impact.

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