Posts Tagged ‘Joan Lamm-Tennant’



June 15th, 2015

Microinsurance Consortium and Venture Incubator Announces New Name

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The Microinsurance Consortium, led by a group of leading companies in the insurance industry, today announced a new name for their microinsurance venture incubator (MVI) - Blue Marble Microinsurance. The consortium consists of American International Group, Inc., Aspen Insurance Holdings Limited, Guy Carpenter & Company, LLC together with Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc., Hamilton Insurance Group, Ltd., Old Mutual plc, Transatlantic Reinsurance Company, XL Catlin, and Zurich Insurance Group.

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January 2nd, 2014

Emerging Markets Stories on GC Capital Ideas

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Here we bring together recent GC Capital Ideas stories that have focused on emerging markets.

Demand for Asia Pacific Catastrophe Reinsurance at a Record High in 2013: Total Asia Pacific catastrophe limit purchased in 2013 increased for the tenth year in a row, but once again failed to keep pace with strong gross domestic product growth in the region, according to a new report released today by Guy Carpenter.

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Capital Stewardship Option: M&A - Grow/Diversify by Territory:  With growth opportunities limited in mature markets, many insurers are looking to emerging markets for future expansion, in particular China, Southeast Asia and Central and Latin America.

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Opportunities in Latin America: A Microscopic Look: While markets in some developed countries are demonstrating signs of recovery from the economic uncertainty of the last few years, and the growth in some developing markets is slowing, emerging countries remain attractive for insurance companies seeking opportunities for profitable growth. Latin America is an especially significant emerging region - it is rich in natural resources, geographically close to the United States and all of its governments are democratic. Before entering and engaging in business in this region, it is necessary for companies to be familiar with the economic environment, political situation, regulations, trends and risks that may be encountered.

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September 9th, 2013

Opportunities in Latin America: A Microscopic Look

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lamm-tennant_joan_biodominedo-stefano-photoJoan Lamm-Tennant, PhD, Global Chief Economist and Risk Strategist, and Stefano Dominedo, Vice President

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While markets in some developed countries are demonstrating signs of recovery from the economic uncertainty of the last few years, and the growth in some developing markets is slowing, emerging countries remain attractive for insurance companies seeking opportunities for profitable growth. Latin America is an especially significant emerging region - it is rich in natural resources, geographically close to the United States and all of its governments are democratic. Before entering and engaging in business in this region, it is necessary for companies to be familiar with the economic environment, political situation, regulations, trends and risks that may be encountered.

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September 5th, 2013

Emerging Markets Review

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Here we bring together recent GC Capital Ideas stories focused on the growth opportunities afforded by emerging markets. 

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May 28th, 2013

Guy Carpenter’s Chief Economist on Opportunities for Profitable Growth

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lamm-tennant_joan_bioIn honor of her being awarded Insurance Woman of the Year by the Association of Professional Insurance Women, we highlight Joan Lamm-Tennant’s recent article that appeared on GC Capital Ideas. Joan is Guy Carpenter’s Chief Economist and Risk Strategist. 

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May 2nd, 2013

Microinsurance on GC Capital Ideas

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Here we review recent stories on GC Capital Ideas that covered microinsurance.

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March 27th, 2013

Profitable Growth Opportunities

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Here we present recent GC Capital Ideas stories focusing on profitable growth. 

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February 25th, 2013

Thinking Differently: Opportunities for Profitable Growth

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lamm-tennant_joan_bioJoan Lamm-Tennant, PhD, Chief Economist and Risk Strategist
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The macroeconomic environment continues to be top-of-mind among insurance leaders. With growth in global real gross domestic product (GDP) slowing from 4.1 percent in 2010 to 3 percent in 2011, insurance leaders continue to experience significant headwinds challenging profitable growth. As reported by Swiss Re, insurance overall direct premiums declined 0.8 percent in real terms in 2011. Nevertheless, pockets of opportunities do exist and will continue in the near term. Stabilizing social/political conditions, investments in infrastructure and demographic progression continue to fuel strong positive GDP growth and increasing insurance penetration in emerging economies. In these economies, overall direct premiums increased 1.3 percent in real terms in 2011, with non-life premiums increasing 9.1 percent.

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September 8th, 2012

Thinking Differently: Opportunities for Profitable Growth

Posted at 11:00 PM ET

lamm-tennant_joan_bioJoan Lamm-Tennant, PhD, Chief Economist and Risk Strategist
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The macroeconomic environment continues to be top-of-mind among insurance leaders. With growth in global real gross domestic product (GDP) slowing from 4.1 percent in 2010 to 3 percent in 2011, insurance leaders continue to experience significant headwinds challenging profitable growth. As reported by Swiss Re, insurance overall direct premiums declined 0.8 percent in real terms in 2011. Nevertheless, pockets of opportunities do exist and will continue in the near term. Stabilizing social/political conditions, investments in infrastructure and demographic progression continue to fuel strong positive GDP growth and increasing insurance penetration in emerging economies. In these economies, overall direct premiums increased 1.3 percent in real terms in 2011, with non-life premiums increasing 9.1 percent.

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