January 26th, 2018

Week’s Top Stories: January 20 - 26, 2018

Posted at 10:00 AM ET

Guy Carpenter Reports Capital Growth and Market Resilience Despite 2017 Losses: Guy Carpenter has released an estimate of year-end reinsurance capital levels and results of the January 2018 reinsurance renewal.

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Industry Must Develop Common Cyber Risk Currency: Diversification is essential for evolving the cyber insurance market, yet expanding the cyber remit beyond data confidentiality and further into areas such as operational technology risk, data availability and integrity demands a common cyber risk currency.

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Guy Carpenter Global Reinsurance Composite: Third Quarter 2017: Here we bring together recent Chart Room posts highlighting performance of the Guy Carpenter Global Reinsurance Composite.

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Global Risks Report 2018: Building Resiliency, Finding Opportunity: The 13th edition of the World Economic Forum’s Global Risks Report, undertaken in partnership with Marsh & McLennan Companies, examines the evolving macro-level risk landscape and highlights the systemic threats that may disrupt expectations.

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Exploring the Excess & Surplus Industry: E&S Market Update and Projections: The excess and surplus (E&S) lines segment of the insurance industry continues to be the essential market for risks for which  the standard insurance market typically does not offer coverage. From extremely hazardous conditions to highly unique business operations and unproven new products, these unconventional risks are often complex and challenging. The E&S market’s challenge is to develop products to cover these exposures utilizing its expertise and freedom of rate and form.

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Insurtech in China: Revolutionizing the Insurance Industry: China’s capital markets aren’t yet mature enough to support financial innovation; meanwhile, existing state-owned financial institutions are not reforming quickly enough. This gap in supply has provided opportunities for Chinese fintech players - who are being supported by rapidly growing online ecosystems and a tech-savvy population - in diverse fields ranging from investing to payments.

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