April 2nd, 2018

GC Capital Ideas Top Stories: First Quarter, 2018

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1. 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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2. Chart: Global Property Catastrophe ROL index; The Guy Carpenter Global Property Catastrophe Rate on Line (ROL) index presented for 1990 through 2018.

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3. Chart: Top Ten Significant Insured Loss Events: 2017; The table lists the latest estimates for the top ten significant insured loss events for 2017.

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4. Chart: Return on Equity for Guy Carpenter Reinsurance Composite, Q3, 2017; Chart presents return on equity for the Guy Carpenter Global Reinsurance Composite, 2005 through third quarter, 2017.

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5. Guy Carpenter Reports US Insurance Market at a Crossroads but Opportunity Exists; Guy Carpenter today released a study outlining a dynamic insurance industry facing a changing economy and pressure in once-stable lines, but with opportunity for those with management skill and understanding of risk.

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6. Chart: Combined Ratio for Guy Carpenter Reinsurance Composite, Q3, 2017; Chart presents combined ratio of the Guy Carpenter Reinsurance Composite, 2005 through third quarter, 2017.

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7. 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.

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8. 2017 North Atlantic Hurricane Season; The 2017 North Atlantic Hurricane season was one of the most active seasons on record, a historic season in many respects, and certainly an impactful one.

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9. Chart: The Matrix of Cyber and Property Lines Insurance Coverage; Chart examines the policy coverage matrix between cyber and property lines of insurance coverage.

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10. From Risk to Resilience: Marsh & McLennan Companies Cyber Handbook: Perspectives on the Next Wave of Cyber; Cyber risk continues to grow as technology innovation increases and societal dependence on information technology expands. A new and important turning point has been reached in the struggle to manage this complex risk. In the war between cyber attackers and cyber defenders,we have reached what Winston Churchill might call “the end of the beginning.”

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