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NFIP expected to take half of Barry hit

RMS: Flood programme may be on hook for Barry

KCC estimates $300m for Hurricane Barry

State Farm is the most exposed insurer.

European severe weather tops June losses

Severe hail causes more than $800m in insured loss

Flood Re seeks coverage changes

Review calls for resistant repair bonus on claims payment.

Update: Reactions' North America Re/Insurance Conference ...

Annual event returns to Cipriani Downtown with a "future-proofing" focus

Sedgwick acquires York Risk Services

Memphis based claims specialist makes strategic purchase.

Parametric flood cover debuts in the UK

Solution combines sensors and flood map

Thumbs up for Lloyd’s future blueprint

Market’s stakeholders applaud CEO Neal’s vision.

Winners revealed at Reactions’ 2019 London Market Awards

Ascot, SCOR, Guy Carpenter take home multiple honors

Comments

Reactions April digital issue online now!

This month's magazine issue celebrates 35 years of Reactions, plus features on terrorism, Iran sanctions, reinsurance broking and the run-off market.

Editor's comment: Political AIG caught in a crossfire

Sifi status is political, opaque, arbitrary, and AIG is the case in point, writes David Benyon, Reactions editor.

Editor's comment: Women leaders talk D&I - FREE

Reactions asks leading women in re/insurance about diversity and inclusion in the industry, what it's doing wrong, and what it needs to do to get it right.

Americas Editor Comment: Waiting for the Fed

Christopher Munro on the long wait for a Fed interest rate rise, and Latin America’s travails.

Garry Booth Comment: G7 in Germany, the heat is on

Reinsurance and climate change are on the menu for the annual summit meeting of the G7 countries' leaders, taking place on June 7-8 at Germany's Schloss Elmau.

States under pressure over building codes

As the hurricane season approaches, some states are dragging their heels on implementing safe building codes, writes Garry Booth.

Garry Booth comment: Climate change affects credit

More frequent and extreme weather events that occur as a result of climate change could damage companies'? credit profiles in the future, according to a report published by Standard & Poor?s.

Interviews

Eiopa defends interim Solvency II measures

We ask Carlos Montalvo Rebuelta, the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority's executive director, for more details on interim guidelines for Solvency II and his response to criticism from insurers and reinsurers over the directive's delay.

Aon's Greg Case on insurance broking's future

INTERVIEW: Greg Case, CEO of Aon, believes that the insurance broker can help its customers manage their way through the tough global operating environment and rise to the challenge of new and complex risks by working on a more robust fact basis.

Profile: Inside Hank Greenberg’s new empire

Hank Greenberg’s CV Starr is growing fast at a time when most insurance firms’ revenues are shrinking – not least those of his former firm AIG. In an exclusive interview, Reactions talks to Greenberg and his divisional presidents to find out what the future holds.

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Summer 2019

 

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  • Jean-Paul Conoscente interview
  • LatAm conference coverage
  • Captives and domiciles Report
  • London market in Focus
  • Atlantic hurricane Feature

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