Steven Rance, managing partner–mortgage indemnity reinsurance, and Freddie Scarratt, account executive–mortgage indemnity reinsurance at Capsicum Re, discuss the ins and outs of the mortgage indemnity reinsurance market with Bermuda:Re+ILS.
2019 has been an important year for Sirius—and one of change. Bermuda:Re+ILS talks to two of the company’s senior executives, Kip Oberting and Monica Cramér Manhem, about the adjustments it has made and what it is trying to achieve.
Third Point Re has been working on a wide range of measures designed to diversify its portfolio towards more profitable business. Dan Malloy, the reinsurer’s chief executive, discusses the company’s progress with Bermuda:Re+ILS.
As environmental, social and governance considerations become increasingly important to investors, this could benefit insurance-linked securities as an asset class, say John Seo, co-founder and managing director and Joanna Syroka, director of business development of Fermat Capital Management.
Bermuda remains the world’s number one ILS hub by some distance. But as the ILS landscape grows and evolves, Bermuda must also adapt and lead, Greg Wojciechowski of the Bermuda Stock Exchange tells Bermuda:Re+ILS.
AM Best’s Christie Lee casts an eye over the after-effects of Typhoon Jebi, which gave re/insurers some unpleasant shocks.
Cyber remains tipped as the next big growth opportunity for the risk transfer industry—and Bermuda could play a key role in driving that forward. Bermuda:Re+ILS explores.
Technology is changing every aspect of the industry—and the speed of change is only increasing. Chris Bonard of Ed Broking takes a look at the technological revolution ahead.
Time and again, Bermuda has adapted to the market and proved itself able to meet complex challenges, says David Brown of EY Bermuda.
Bermuda’s path to becoming a global risk transfer hub has been a long and often winding one, buffeted by global economic forces but strengthened by the innovations of many pioneers. Bermuda:Re+ILS flicks through the history books.