Posts Tagged ‘GC@PCI Commentary 2018’



October 30th, 2018

Mortgage Credit Risk Transfer Market – Expanding Growth Opportunities - GC@PCI Commentary

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  • GSEs programmatically use (re)insurance to transfer mortgage credit risk
  • Rate of mortgage loan default low due to impact of regulatory changes affecting banks and loan originators
  • GSEs ceded over USD 20 billion of limit into the global (re)insurance market

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October 29th, 2018

Life: Emerging Competition and the Need to Remake the Reinsurance Relationship - GC@PCI Commentary

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rains_david-5-2015-reduced-sizeDavid Rains, Managing Director

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  • Life reinsurance value prop a combination of risk capital, differentiated underwriting knowledge and value-added services
  • Availability of capital and insurers’ success in closing knowledge gap in underwriting reduce need to purchase risk protection
  • Reinsurers can position their InsurTech and advanced technologies to make advisory services a core deliverable

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October 29th, 2018

Solutions for Improving Profitability in the Commercial Auto Liability Line - GC@PCI Commentary

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  • Unexpected acceleration in claims frequency related to increased road mileage and congestion
  • Insurers use sophisticated models to analyze new and existing data for optimized pricing and risk selection
  • InsurTech solutions are emerging that permit insurers to price their risks with more accuracy

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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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