Cyber insurance continues to evolve to meet the latest threats and regulatory changes, as Noel Pearman of AXA XL explains to Bermuda:Re+ILS.
Many were stunned when it was revealed that Bermuda was on the EU’s so-called ‘blacklist’ of tax jurisdictions, and the government was quick to take responsibility for what turned out to be human error. How quickly can the Island be removed? Bermuda:Re+ILS reports.
Hurricanes that come ashore and then stall, dumping huge amounts of water in one place, are an increasing source of concern for re/insurers. Bermuda:Re+ILS assesses TigerRisk’s new white paper on this subject.
Bermuda’s vibrant ILS sector already faces competition from established hubs such as the Cayman Islands, Ireland and Guernsey but now, emerging domiciles such as Singapore, Hong Kong, the UK, and France are also looking to get a foothold in this market. Bermuda:Re+ILS reports.
Bermuda once again finds itself on the European Union’s so-called ‘blacklist’, but the government is committed to laying the groundwork for removing the jurisdiction from this list as soon as possible. Bermuda Re+ILS reports.
The spate of heavy losses in 2017 and 2018, compounded by ‘loss creep’ as some funds struggled to post accurate loss estimates, seems to have made ILS investors pause for thought, with many being much more circumspect as to where to place their money. Bermuda:Re+ILS investigates.
It’s been a busy year for the reinsurance industry on Bermuda. Bermuda:Re+ILS surveyed readers to find out what caught people’s attention the most over the course of the year.
After a tough couple of years what might lie ahead for the reinsurance market in 2019? Bermuda:Re+ILS reveals the results of its latest reader survey.
Bermuda will “keep on keepin’ on” and doing what it is doing when it comes to insurance-linked securities (ILS), says Greg Wojciechowski, chief executive officer of the Bermuda Stock Exchange. Here he looks back at 2018 and forward to 2019 as the jurisdiction continues to work hard to develop and keep its solid platform.
The insurance industry is changing quickly, and technology is the primary catalyst transforming the sector, a report by PwC on insurtech trends has concluded. Bermuda:Re+ILS examines some of the main findings of the report.