Monte Carlo: Les Rendez-Vous de Septembre
A look back at Monte Carlo RVS2018
Under the sun of Monte Carlo, Markel/Nephila was one of the hottest topics of conversation – and for good reason
Monte Carlo Updates
US government-sponsored mortgage buyer has transferred more than $10bn to reinsurance market since 2013
Monte Carlo: A look back through the years
Insurance Day’s daily editions serve as your trusted guide to the defining trends of each Monte Carlo rendezvous. Click on one of our previous Monte Carlo editions below to see the key talking points from recent years
Since last year’s rendezvous, a series of catastrophe events have prompted a reassessment of loss potential and reinsurance appetite. Buyers are also increasingly looking to reinsurers to provide products to help manage cyber exposures, while ILS market appetite for traditional and new perils has continued to grow.
Reinsuring the Unexpected: Adjusting to a new normal
Californian wildfire is not a peak peril, but the losses are becoming increasingly significant for the re/insurance market. Should the sector think differently about the risk?
Major modelling advances are taking place after last year’s record-breaking California wildfires, which highlighted the deficiencies in existing tools
Cyber: Managing accumulation risk as appetite increases
Next month’s Rendez-Vous will provide an opportunity for discussions on how the reinsurance market can help the primary market cover wide accumulations of cyber exposure
New Geneva Association study suggests creation of government backstops could help boost market confidence, ‘potentially unlocking capacity that would otherwise remain on the sideline’
Expanding the role of ILS
Alternative capital will be looking to play a meaningful role in classes beyond its traditional property catastrophe base at forthcoming renewals
Big obstacles remain to a wholesale revolution of ILS sector, according to experts
Facing the future
The London market will take its value proposition to Monte Carlo as it aims to maintain and grow its position on the global stage. Insurance Day's most recent business briefing saw some of London's most senior executives examine where London's value now lies
Watch the highlights from the Insurance Day Business Briefing. London’s future as a global insurance hub is as a centre of high-value specialists and the intellectual property (IP) they bring, senior market figures told the Insurance Day Business Briefing at Lloyd’s Old Library
A panel of insurance industry experts discuss the benefits and challenges of artificial intelligence
The panel discuss product innovation and development
Latest From Monte Carlo
While many in the retrocession market bemoan its lack of movement, the market’s stability offers many benefits
Pascal Lemaire says he is ‘very engaged’ in discussions with alternative capital providers
Chief executive, Rupert Swallow, expect the firm’s revenues to exceed those of TigerRisk
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