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Publication Date: 16 June 2017

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Softer Florida renewal leads to retro stasis

16 June 2017

Despite a softer-than-expected 1 June Florida renewal, hedging activity in the industry loss warranty (ILW) market has been slow, with buyers holding back amid a glut of capacity, sources saidRead more

Swiss Re boosts Sector Re sidecar to $492mn

16 June 2017

Swiss Re has bolstered its retro support from the Sector Re sidecar by around $100mn in the past year to take the vehicle's total capacity to $492mn, Trading Risk understandsRead more

Widening the net

16 June 2017

Access to people with money to spend is closely guarded in the insurance and reinsurance markets. Premium dollars are shepherded carefully from insurance agents to carriers and then brokers before eventually reaching reinsurers and ILS managersRead more

Leadenhall invests in life start-up Gryphon

16 June 2017

Leadenhall Capital Partners is a key investor in start-up Gryphon Group Holdings, which plans to take a technology-focused approach to delivering life insurance productsRead more

Mid-year sponsors turn to private bond market

16 June 2017

Four recent private and cat bond lite deals cleared during the mid-year renewalsRead more

Plenum drops partnership with Sequant

16 June 2017

Switzerland-based asset manager Plenum has discontinued its partnership with Sequant after marketing a new non-catastrophe ILS fund with the Bermuda asset manager last year, Trading Risk can reportRead more

Higher mortality linked to drop in healthcare spending

16 June 2017

A significant drop in social and healthcare spending in the UK is now thought to be the cause of a slowdown in mortality improvement, which has led the longevity swap market to stallRead more

Allstate trims reinsurance limit

16 June 2017

Allstate reduced its traditional limit when it renewed its $4.42bn nationwide catastrophe reinsurance treaty at the mid-year renewals, after having cover up to $4.55bn last year, sister publication The Insurance Insider reportedRead more

Residual insurers benefit from cheaper catastrophe cover

16 June 2017

Larger residual insurers were among cedants that prospered in the June renewals from competition for US property catastrophe reinsurance businessRead more

Florida insurers benefit from lower rates

16 June 2017

A group of major Florida-based insurance carriers reported obtaining more favourable rates on their reinsurance programmes at 1 June, as a number of firms cut back their limit in a renewal marked by subdued demandRead more

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