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April 22nd, 2019

Facultative or Treaty and Why the Need for Hybrid Solutions: Part II

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Turning to the other form of reinsurance, treaty is considered generally to be the “go-to” coverage solution for portfolios of risk. Challenges associated with treaty reinsurance may include:

  • Minimum and deposit premiums
  • Unnecessary coverage
  • Limited sideways coverage (reinstatements and occurrence caps).

“As a result of the limitations of each of the coverage options, a reinsurance solution that draws on both facultative and treaty enables insurers to purchase reinsurance cover that meets the specific and unique needs of their profiles,” Fleming explains. “Guy Carpenter introduced a customized alternative to facultative and treaty reinsurance - GC Hybrid Solutions.”

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April 18th, 2019

Facultative or Treaty and Why the Need for Hybrid Solutions: Part I

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Insurers face challenges in managing underwriting, capital protection, risk and risk profiling as they navigate underwriting guidelines based on their gross and net risk underwriting appetite. Against these challenges, companies utilize various forms of reinsurance, traditionally facultative or treaty, to buy risk protection, shore up capital and satisfy rating agencies, according to Jeff Fleming, Managing Director, Guy Carpenter.

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October 28th, 2018

Facultative or Treaty and Why the Need for Hybrid Solutions - GC@PCI Commentary

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  • Facultative and treaty reinsurance offer a host of benefits, but each can be burdened with inflexibilities that limits the utility
  • A reinsurance solution that draws on fac and treaty enables insurers to purchase cover that meets unique needs of their profiles
  • GC Hybrid Solutions(SM), with fixed pricing and set capacity, frees cedents from administrative burdens of fac and provides protection for unexpected events

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