News relating to the Bermuda and international insurance and reinsurance industry.
Allied World says the changing legislative landscape around healthcare in the US means big opportunities for insurers – but only those prepared to innovative and tailor bespoke solutions.
21 insurers were registered during the second quarter of 2013, building on the 13 insurers registered during the first quarter of the year, according to statistics from the Bermuda Monetary Authority.
XL and Stone Point have moved to establish a Bermuda-based ILS and convergence market investment manager.
Allied World Bermuda has launched a new liability product aimed at Bermuda-centric Accountable Care Organisations.
Non-life ILS issuance could yet exceed $7 billion for the year as interest in the convergence space is sustained, according to a report published by Willis Capital Markets and Advisory.
91.5 percent of Leadenhall Capital’s investor mix is made up of pension fund capital, according to data released by the ILS investment manager, reflecting rising interest in the convergence space.
Demand for insurance within the renewable energy industry may rise to between $1.5 and $2.8 billion by the end of the decade, according to a new study by Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
Jane Barker has been appointed chairman of Marsh from 1st August, succeeding Sir Peter Middleton.
With Barbican having recently enlarged its cyber team, Bermuda:Re spoke with Geoff White, underwriting manager—cyber, technology and media at Barbican about the rising threats and opportunities associated with an increasingly interconnected world.
Bermuda:Re spoke with Deutsche Asset and Wealth Management about the challenges of the current investment environment and strategies re/insurers can explore to maximise their investment returns.