Inreon pulls away from the pack
Runners up: eReinsure; Swiss Re (various initiatives)
Since Inreon first went live at the end of 2000, it has not
rested on its laurels. It has continued to add new products and
services and adapted the original idea to suit its growing
client base better. It added the capability to trade
catastrophe excess-of-loss risks in November last year, could
handle industry loss warranty contracts from February this
year, and launched a facultative property product for the
Taiwan market in March. In May, it also announced it had made
some adjustments to make the platform more user-friendly.
Inreon has made two acquisitions since it was formed. It bought
Risk Transfer Exchange, a US trading platform, in June 2001.
And in December of the same year it bought Reway, previously
Gothaer Re's proprietary trading platform. Inreon's strong
performance in the Reactions Awards should silence some
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