Pool Re CEO urges carriers to embrace systemic risks
In one of his final speeches before leaving the role, Pool Re CEO Julian Enoizi thanked Bermuda’s reinsurers for their support in taking terrorism risk and encouraged them to tackle systemic risks head on.
Catch a wave: defining the latest startups
A hard market is the traditional trigger for new capacity and new startups on Bermuda, but that’s where the comparison ends for the latest reinsurers to disembark at Hamilton.
Renewals: a Bermuda perspective
Rates have been hardening, but not across the board. Bermuda:Re+ILS explores the main themes of the renewals and what they mean for Bermuda.
Ransomware surge is changing the cyber insurance market: Markel
Ransomware has become a grim reality for many companies around the globe as cyber criminals have developed increasingly sophisticated methods of extorting businesses, Markel’s Jess Cardoso tells Bermuda:Re+ILS.
AXA XL’s new online disaster recovery hub
The hub will provide data from over 100 major disaster case studies with visualisation tools to help the insurance industry analyse how it can help communities recover from catastrophes.
Hurricane season 2021: in the eye of the storm
The 2021 hurricane season is set to be one of the re/insurance’s industry costliest on record. Bermuda:Re+ILS reports.
Renewals: is the tide finally turning?
Conversations with clients and reinsurance carriers have sent a clear signal that at this 1.1 renewals season rate hikes are to be expected. Bermuda:Re+ILS reports.
Interesting times ahead for SiriusPoint
SiriusPoint’s Sid Sankaran on the challenges of being a new CEO and the benefits of Bermuda.
Developing a new economic pillar for Bermuda
Bermuda has always developed the many pillars that support its economy through being proactive and innovative. Minister of Finance the Hon. Curtis Dickinson, JP, MP, explains where he sees innovation leading the Island next: towards climate risk finance.
Influx of new capital underlines Bermuda’s enduring appeal
A significant number of new firms have launched on the Island as more capital chases the attractive returns on offer, but what impact will this have? John Huff of ABIR suggests some answers.