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Hurricane Ian: The gravity-defying Florida loss?

Early evidence is leading the (re)insurance market to hope the storm can avoid the development curve of its 2017 predecessor Hurricane Irma.


The headline market drop in AuM belies a more lively growth story for funds operating outside of the ILS major league.
Conviction for ILS has shifted to ‘overweight’ from ‘neutral’ at the manager.
Reinsurance underwriters and brokers anticipate a Japanese renewal largely unaffected by Covid-19 as negotiations continue to focus on payback for 2018 and 2019 typhoon losses.
Beazley’s $45mn first-time cyber cat bond offered all-perils coverage, though some expected early deals to start with limited scope.
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