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Berkshire Hathaway agrees biggest-ever legacy deal for AIG

20 January 2017

AIG and Berkshire Hathaway have agreed the largest ever legacy risk transfer deal for the property and casualty reinsurance market, transferring up to $20bn of riskRead more


Tennessee wildfire claims mount

20 January 2017

The Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance (TDCI) said insurance claims from the Sevier County, Tennessee wildfires in November have reached $842mnRead more


Legal & General beefs up pensions risk team

20 January 2017

Legal & General's pensions risk transfer division has appointed Chris DeMarco as managing director of UK and Costas Yiasoumi as head of core businessRead more


Guy Carp picks up Florida broker from Willis

20 January 2017

Guy Carpenter has recruited Willis Re broker Ken Vincent to join its Tampa, Florida office, Trading Risk has learnedRead more


Aon deal on partial Hewitt sell-down imminent: reports

20 January 2017

Aon is reportedly close to announcing a sale of part of the Hewitt business it acquired in 2009Read more


Matthew, NZ quake impact Markel Catco’s 2016 returns

20 January 2017

Markel Catco said that claims from last year's Hurricane Matthew and the Kaikoura, New Zealand earthquake had each taken 1 percentage point off its returns for 2016Read more


Vitality Re prices at lowest end of target range

19 January 2017

The insurance-linked premiums on Aetna's latest Vitality Re health insurance bond have settled at the lowest end of the target range, Trading Risk understandsRead more


RFIB launches Limehouse MGA to build on alternative risk transfer

19 January 2017

Former Axis CEO Jack Gressier will lead a new managing general agency (MGA) set up by RFIBRead more


Blue Capital reports 8.26% return for 2016

19 January 2017

The Blue Capital Global Reinsurance fund reported a 2016 annual return of 8.26 percent, down from 9.6 percent in 2015, after taking losses from Hurricane Matthew and the Canadian wildfiresRead more


Longevity swaps could resolve pension scheme holes

18 January 2017

Longevity swaps were cited as a potential solution to the funding crisis facing many pension schemes in a research paper launched by Baroness Sally Greengross at the House of Lords on Tuesday (17 January)Read more


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