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$20mn Manatee Re cat bond payout expected

The $20mn class C layer of Florida insurer Safepoint's Manatee Re 2016-1 cat bond looks to have triggered following the insurer's release of an event report which put its Irma losses at $100mn, sources saidRead more

Dailey to head RMS flood modelling

RMS has hired Pete Dailey as vice president to lead flood model development in its California headquartersRead more

Puerto Rican insured loss from Maria could be significant

Insured losses stemming from Hurricane Maria's hit on Puerto Rico could be significant for the (re)insurance market as the US territory has relatively high levels of coverRead more

Mexican earthquake likely to cost insurers under $2bn: modellers

The 19 September earthquake that struck central Mexico will produce low single-digit billion dollar losses for insurers, modelling firms saidRead more

Maria results in $19mn CCRIF payout for Dominica

Hurricane Maria has triggered a $19.3mn payout to the island of Dominica under its hurricane insurance policy with the Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility (CCRIF)Read more

PCS puts initial Harvey loss estimate at $15.9bn

Hurricane Harvey is likely to produce an industry insured loss of $15.9bn, data provider Property Claim Services (PCS) said in its initial survey of claims from the August event, sister publication The Insurance Insider reportedRead more

Everest Re deals among cat bonds with Caribbean exposure

Allstate suffers $553mn of Harvey losses

Markel Catco warns hurricanes may cause 2017 loss

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Florida homeowners’ market in balance after Irma

The common denominator among almost all of Florida's homeowners' carriers is their relatively small capital bases and their heavy reliance on reinsuranceRead more

UPC, FedNat, Universal among Floridians relying on ILS

The Florida insurers that make heavy use of reinsurance from ILS managers  include UPC Insurance, Universal and Federated NationalRead more

Nephila and Everest lead Florida reinsurance world

Nephila, Everest Re and RenaissanceRe were among the leading reinsurers of some of the top Florida insurers last year, according to data collated by Trading RiskRead more

ILS market prepares for Irma test

Hurricane Irma will be a major test for the ILS market even though it has taken a more favourable westerly turn for the reinsurance industry, straying away from MiamiRead more

No longer the gentlemen’s club

The first week back at the desk after the reinsurance industry's annual Monte Carlo gathering can be a long and difficult slog for executives, having powered through dozens of half-hour meetings and evening receptions in sunny MonacoRead more

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The Trading Floor Interview: Mirko Sartori

Taking on new perils may help ILS markets to compete outside the US, says the Generali executiveRead more

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TR Investor Guide H2 2017

Trading Risk Investor Guide H2 2017

Florida is truly the reinsurance market's risk hothouse. Its coastline produces the bulk of the ILS market's exposure, and Florida risks still squeeze out more profit for reinsurers than many other lines of businessRead more

TR MC RT 2016

Trading Risk Monte Carlo Roundtable 2016

2016 marked the 60th anniversary of the Monte Carlo Rendez-Vous, and an extraordinarily humid conference for delegates rushing from meetings at the Café de Paris to the HermitageRead more

TR Awards 2017

Trading Risk Awards 2017

2016 was a challenging year for the ILS market, as cat bond issuance activity and fundraising intakes slowed down,while catastrophe activity returned to average levels after a couple of benign yearsRead more

TR MC RT 2015

Trading Risk Monte Carlo Roundtable 2015

The ILS market got the chance to step out of the reinsurance spotlight this year at Monte Carlo, after several years as one of the key talking points during the annual Rendez-VousRead more

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