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ID Comment: MS Amlin's huge losses pose some tough questions for new CEO

Simon Beale takes over the reins of the Lloyd's giant in April: the carrier's former chief underwriting officer will face some hard questions from his Japanese bosses
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ID Comment: There are serious questions over Dubai's future as a reinsurance hub
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ID Comment: Duperreault's bold Validus deal makes sense – and it turns up the heat on the other Bermudians
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Outlook 2018: Need for natural disaster protection will be higher than ever
Outlook 2018: US property/casualty upturn may be muted
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Outlook 2018: ILS passes the HIM test
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ID Comment: What if Maria had cost $85bn?

There is value in re-evaluating 2017's hurricane events, and other major catastrophes, to understand what the loss could have been
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ID Comment: The traditional risk modelling agencies risk being too stuck in the past to model the exposures of the future

With limited historic claims information, plus a fast-changing threat environment, traditional risk modelling approaches are struggling to fully assess these new risks
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ID Comment: US carriers show surprising resilience after 'noisy' year-end

The top companies have ridden out the worst of 2017 and are hunting for growth
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ID Comment: What would a buyer of Aspen get?

Aspen's 'dreadful year' has renewed talk of the firm becoming an M&A target
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ID Comment: Give people time to innovate while AI takes care of the work

People are the most valuable assets the insurance industry - not a potential expense to be replaced by emerging technologies
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ID comment: Carrots as well as sticks needed in Lloyd's drive to mandate PPL

Mandating use by 2019 is one way to drive take-up - but not the only one
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ID Comment: There are serious questions over Dubai's future as a reinsurance hub

Cut-throat competition and adverse re/insurance market conditions in the Middle East and north Africa are causing some international players to reconsider plans in the region

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