Posts Tagged ‘Property’



July 20th, 2017

The Impact of Insurtech

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Here we review recent GC Capital Ideas posts on the growing interest in insurtech and its impact on the insurance industry.

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July 19th, 2017

Excess Capacity in This Year’s Florida Market: Part V; Assignment of Benefits Crisis: Lara Mowery

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mowery_lara_bio5In an interview Guy Carpenter’s Lara Mowery, Managing Director, discussed the drivers of the continuing rate reductions in Florida and what it means for the rest of the market. Here she discussed the assignment of benefits crisis in Florida on this year’s June 1 renewals.

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July 18th, 2017

Excess Capacity in This Year’s Florida Market: Part IV; Hurricane Matthew: Lara Mowery

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mowery_lara_bio4In an interview Guy Carpenter’s Lara Mowery, Managing Director, discussed the drivers of the continuing rate reductions in Florida and what it means for the rest of the market. Here she discussed Hurricane Matthew’s impact on this year’s June 1 renewals.

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July 17th, 2017

Excess Capacity in This Year’s Florida Market: Part III; Florida’s Citizens: Lara Mowery

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mowery_lara_bio3In an interview Guy Carpenter’s Lara Mowery, Managing Director, discussed the drivers of the continuing rate reductions in Florida and what it means for the rest of the market. Here she discussed the role of Florida’s Citizens, the state’s insurer of last resort, in this year’s June 1 renewals.

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July 13th, 2017

Excess Capacity in This Year’s Florida Market: Part II: Lara Mowery

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mowery_lara_bio6In an interview Guy Carpenter’s Lara Mowery, Managing Director, discussed the drivers of the continuing rate reductions in Florida and what it means for the rest of the market. Here she discussed the role of excess capacity at the June 1 renewals.

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July 12th, 2017

Excess Capacity in This Year’s Florida Market: Part I; The Role of ILS: Lara Mowery

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mowery_lara_bio1The Florida peninsula is the most important market for property reinsurance in the world. Each summer, the third most populous state in the union braces itself for another Atlantic hurricane season. In Florida’s esoteric insurance market, insurers buy reinsurance protection at the beginning of June each year.

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July 6th, 2017

GC Capital Ideas Top Chart Room Entries: First Half, 2017

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From one of GC Capital Ideas’ more popular categories, we highlight the top Chart Room stories viewed during the first half of 2017:

1. Top Ten Significant Insured Loss Events: 2016: The table lists the latest estimates for the top ten significant insured loss events for 2016.

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2. The Matrix of Cyber and Property Lines Insurance Coverage: Chart examines the policy coverage matrix between cyber and property lines of insurance coverage. Below shows how the four types of subject matter (columns A-D) are generally covered by direct policies, relative to the various types of cyber and property perils (rows 1-5). Where cover is predominantly provided by property or cyber, the relevant icon is shown in blue. Where there is a degree of ambiguity, or coverage is limited, the icon is shown in gray.

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3. Combined Ratio for Guy Carpenter Reinsurance Composite, YE 2016: Chart presents combined ratio for the Guy Carpenter Global Reinsurance Composite, 2005 through year-end 2016.

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4. Where do (Re)insurers See Biggest Growth Opportunities?: Chart highlights the result of a survey taken of 107 insurance and reinsurance professionals conducted by Guy Carpenter at the 2016 annual meeting of the Property Casualty Insurers Association of America when asked where they see the biggest growth opportunities.

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5. Top Ten Catastrophe Bond Transactions for 2016: The table lists the top ten catastrophe bond transactions that were completed in 2016.

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June 29th, 2017

Technology Innovation Shaping Decision Makers’ Expectations

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Here we review recent GC Capital Ideas posts on how technology innovation is shaping (re)insurance decision makers’ expectations for the future.

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June 28th, 2017

Guy Carpenter Launches GC Asia Pacific Retro

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Guy Carpenter & Company today launched GC Asia Pacific Retro, a new unit offering dedicated retrocession services to clients in the Asia Pacific region.

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June 28th, 2017

North Atlantic Basin Tropical Storm Outlook for 2017: Normal to Above Average: Part II: Factors Influencing 2017 Forecasts

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El Niño Southern Oscillation

The El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) is a phenomenon of shifting sea-surface temperatures (SSTs) in the Tropical East Pacific. The warm phase, or “El Niño,” is related to elevated wind shear in the Tropical Atlantic Basin, which disrupts tropical cyclone formation, usually with a reduction in hurricane counts for the Atlantic Basin. The cool phase, or “La Niña,” is related to elevated hurricane counts in the Atlantic Basin due to reduced wind shear.

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