Methodological Considerations in the Statistical Modeling of Catastrophe Bond Prices: John Major has authored an article that aims to help actuaries, financial analysts, statisticians, data scientists and their clients better investigate how property catastrophe risk, and particularly catastrophe bonds, are priced.
Review of Healthcare Coverage on GC Capital Ideas: Here we review GC Capital Ideas’ recent stories on healthcare and medical (re)insurance.
How to Blend Tech and An Experienced Workforce: By 2030, the number of employees in the global workforce aged 50 to 64 is projected to increase by 15 percent to 30 percent. Companies thus face a critical challenge: How can they balance automation and digitization ambitions with the growing societal demand to help ensure adequate social protection and well-being for experienced workers?
January 1, 2020 Reinsurance Renewals Reflect Asymmetrical Market: Reinsurance renewals at January 1, 2020 were shaped by deteriorating loss experience, a lack of new capital inflows and increasingly challenged environments in the primary insurance and retrocession markets, according to Guy Carpenter.
Carriers Must Carve Out Distinctive Strategies to Maximize their Potential for Success: Guy Carpenter has completed its annual review of property and casualty (P&C) results and found that competition and change are the only certainties (re)insurers are promised in today’s market.
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Emerging From the Shadows – Casualty: Casualty (re)insurance is often overshadowed by developments in property lines. As the last two years have shown, the human impact and devastating damage caused by catastrophes such as hurricanes, typhoons, wildfires and earthquakes tend to dominate the headlines, according to Julian Alovisi, Head of Research and Publications, Guy Carpenter.