Posts Tagged ‘Chris Klein’

October 23rd, 2016

Baden-Baden Reinsurance Symposium Explores Ways of Bridging Protection Gap

Posted at 10:30 PM ET

Guy Carpenter & Company hosted the Reinsurance Symposium in Baden-Baden on October 23. The eighth year that the firm has hosted the event, the theme this year was “Bridging the Gap - Is the industry doing enough to attract risk from the public to the private sector?”

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September 9th, 2016

Reinsurers Standing Firm As Insurers Look To Consolidate – GC@MC Commentary

Posted at 3:00 AM ET

frankland-nick-smchris-klein-sm1Nick Frankland, CEO, EMEA Operations and Chris Klein, Head of EMEA Strategy Management


Recent Renewals Show Evidence of Changing State of Reinsurance Market

As large-scale multi-line insurers enter a period of consolidation following the significant drive to rationalize long-term strategic reinsurance purchasing, recent renewal activity suggests reinsurers are now increasingly resisting shorter-term aggressive buying strategies, according to Nick Frankland, CEO of EMEA Operations and Chris Klein, Head of EMEA Strategy Management at Guy Carpenter.

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October 19th, 2014

Baden-Baden Reinsurance Symposium Assesses Future Impact of Current Market Conditions

Posted at 11:30 PM ET

Guy Carpenter hosted “The Reinsurance Industry of the Future,” the Reinsurance Symposium held in Baden-Baden, Germany on October 19. A distinguished line-up of industry luminaries expressed their views on whether the current changes impacting the reinsurance sector are permanent and structural in nature, are a tactical response to short-term conditions, or are part of the normal evolutionary process.

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May 5th, 2011

Tohoku Quake and Tsunami…An Industry Meets the Challenge - Reinsurance Market Short-Term Implications

Posted at 1:00 AM ET

klein_chris_bioChris Klein, Director of Reinsurance Market Management

The recent catastrophe in Japan has implications beyond reinsurance rates and balance sheets. Carriers have already begun to watch for rate changes and anticipate changes to catastrophe models. Both issues, along with the capital implications, will set the tone for the industry in the near term.

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