Lloyd’s remains the obvious first choice for Bermuda players looking to build out their operations internationally. Bermuda Re asks whether London’s strengths have been diluted by success.
Bermuda Re examines the deployment and attractions of insurance linked securities and the need for differentiation in the face of the rising threat from collateralised reinsurance and alternative structures.
The fire that began on Deepwater Horizon in April last year has had lasting implications on the marine energy sector. Bermuda Re talks with OCIL and OIL about the ramifications of the event one year on.
With eurozone economies and the US facing default and ratings downgrades, Bermuda Re examines the implications of the sovereign debt crisis for the Island’s re/insurers.
Technology solutions firm CSC argues that too few reinsurers realise the value of data analytics. And with the need to respond to rapid market changes, it’s time the industry ‘wises up’ and benefits from what’s on offer.
With a list of filing demands being placed upon regulators and insurance companies, the BMA is pushing the boundaries of what technology can do to assist international supervisors with their reporting requirements.
Joseph LoPorto and Cameron Laird look at ways for Bermuda reinsurers and Lloyd’s members to improve investment returns in a historically low rate environment.
Graeme Moore and Paul Markey discuss the impact of recent events in the Atlantic, US and Gulf of Mexico on reinsurance offerings in the energy and marine markets.
Lancashire’s change of tax residency has once again shone a light on corporate relocation. Roger Crombie gives us his thoughts.
With three major cat events following in quick succession, the reinsurance industry examines the perils of a troubled first quarter, raising questions about the implications of events.