Bermudian law firm, Appleby, outlines recent regulatory changes on the Island and explains how the Bermuda Monetary Authority’s approach is keeping the re/insurance industry ahead of the curve.
Four participants at Ernst & Young’s Property/Casualty Year-end Outlook 2010 conference give their views on Bermuda’s prospects. Jonathan Reiss moderates.
Hannover Re (Bermuda) and XL Re lead the way in Florida, as Bermuda-based reinsurers look to take advantage of the state’s easing of collateral limits.
The threat posed by the Neal Bill to Bermuda reinsurers continues to loom large according to Brad Kading.
Bermuda Re/insurance asked leading players within the industry whether Bermuda could sustain its dominant position in the face of concerted pressures.
The report, “Trading Risk: The Value of Relationships, Models and Face-to-Face Interaction in a Global Reinsurance Market”, finds each market can improve its ways of doing business by learning from the other.
Bermuda Re/insurance examines the major insured loss events of the last five years—from 2005’s KRW to 2010’s Deepwater Horizon— touching upon the emergence of new threats and geographies.
As part of our fifth anniversary edition, Bermuda Re/insurance asks the Island’s leading re/insurers about major milestones in their development and their expectations for the coming years.
The Bermuda Monetary Authority outlines the course the Island and its insurance industry will take as Bermuda gears up for equivalency and future international regulatory regimes.
George Rivaz, chairman of Ariel Reinsurance and chief executive officer of Ariel Holdings, talks to Bermuda Re/insurance about the company, the market, Bermuda and more.