In a new series, Bermuda Re/insurance asks brokers to opine on a topical subject within the industry. This issue their focus turns to the state of play within the casualty market.
It's a challenging time for the captive sector in Bermuda, writes Bermuda Re/insurance, but the Island's longevity as a domicile of choice should see it through.
E&S casualty underwriters face a challenging 2010, says Steven K Dresner, but playing to their strengths will ensure they are best placed to benefit when the market rebounds.
The tough financial market is forcing reinsurers to seek alternative routes to capital. Robert Quinn argues that trusts are the answer.
XL Capital has weathered the storm and CEO Mike McGavick settles in for the long haul. By Roger Crombie.
Bermuda Re/insurance comments on the Bermuda reinsurance market’s performance in 2008 as illustrated by data from Standard & Poor’s.
Bradley Kading, president of the Association of Bermuda Insurers and Reinsurers, refutes the top 10 myths about non-US reinsurers.
Re/insurers have been unfairly lumped in with more risky institutions following the ﬁnancial crisis and are now suffering their attentions in the form of convergence capital. These are challenging times for the sector.