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May 10th, 2010

New Videocast Series: The Global (Re)insurance Marketplace 2010: Guy Carpenter’s Experts

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Today, GC Capital Ideas begins a series of videocasts delivered by Guy Carpenter & Company, LLC experts covering trends and developments impacting the global         (re)insurance marketplace. Over the next several weeks, on a daily basis, you will be able to hear and see our thought leaders offer their views on and interpretations of a wide range of timely issues. The topics will include: financial constraints impacting the market, the role of enterprise risk management on book value, the states of the property and non-property reinsurance markets, including upcoming June 1 and July 1 renewals and the current view of the insurance linked securities* market. We are pleased to put you in closer touch with Guy Carpenter leaders and experts, and our intellectual capital, through this medium.

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May 10th, 2010

GC Videocast - Trends in Global Catastrophe Losses (Chris Klein)

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klein_chris_bio Chris Klein, Guy Carpenter’s Head of Business Intelligence, reviews trends in global catastrophe losses along with insured losses. Guy Carpenter’s ten year moving average of losses ticked down in 2009 to USD36.2 billion.

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May 10th, 2010

GC Videocast - Dramatic Improvement in Reinsurer Earnings and Balance Sheets Following Financial Crisis (Chris Klein)

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Chris Klein, Guy Carpenter’s Head of Business Intelligence, reviews the dramatic change and improvement in reinsurers’ fortunes following the global financial crisis. He reviews the year- end 2009 earnings results of the Guy Carpenter Bermuda Reinsurance Composite. He also reviews the primary drivers for capital decline and then growth among those reinsurers in 2008 and 2009, respectively. The impact of capital growth on capacity is also discussed.

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