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Global reinsurers face huge challenges and opportunities as the world comes to terms with the impact of Covid-19. The emergence of a hard market has created opportunities for growth in several reinsurance classes, where rising demand is outstripping available capacity. Insurance Day’s reinsurance content examines how these and other trends are reshaping the global reinsurance marketplace.

Citizens warns of 'complete disarray' in Florida reinsurance market

Florida insurer of last resort approves spend of $400m to cover 90% of reinsurance needs as CFO cautions coverage will be ‘difficult to place’

North America Reinsurance

Acrisure Re launches Asia fac operation

Former WTW and Aon director Duncan Ainsby to lead reinsurance broker's new Hong Kong office

Reinsurance People moves

SiriusPoint chief Sankaran resigns

Daniel Malloy named as interim chief executive

Bermuda People moves

Liberty Mutual Re adds senior casualty underwriter

Carrier hires Axa XL’s Sharman to oversee US casualty treaty portfolio

London Liberty

Dale to enter marine treaty market

Lloyd's insurer swoops on MS Amlin for senior hires

Marine Lloyds

Peak Re names Menezes as next chief risk officer

Hong Kong-based reinsurer promotes chief reserving actuary to succeed retiring Eckart Roth

Asia Pacific People moves

Conduit Re books $25m Ukraine losses as premiums double

Reinsurer reports ‘minimal exposure’ from natural catastrophes


Everest names Voralia and Sfaif to key reinsurance posts

Swiss Re’s Jiten Voralia appointed head of treaty casualty and surety at Everest Re

Everest Re People moves

Munich Re books Q1 profit despite Ukraine charges

Property/casualty reinsurance drives premium boom as targets readjusted

Munich Re Europe

Gallagher Re warns on inflation

Insurers face underlying cost inflation or an increased risk of inflation taking hold across all major non-life lines of business, broker says

International Reinsurance

Pool Re to cut terrorism pricing

Pricing will reduce approximately 20% outside central London and could reduce more than 30% in many non-urban areas

United Kingdom Property

Scor post Q1 loss as COR climbs to 103.7%

Paris-based reinsurance giant reserves €85m for Ukraine losses as it continues to rebalance away from catastrophe business

Europe Scor
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