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Survey on the re/insurance implications of Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic

Alongside our sister publication Reinsurance News, we've launched a new survey for the insurance, reinsurance and insurance-linked securities (ILS) industry, asking for your opinion on the market implications of the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic.We are witnessing history unfolding as a global industry that is profoundly connected and affected – personally and read the full article →

Market more positive on pricing than prior year, survey shows

The results from our second global reinsurance market survey reveals a more positive sentiment towards pricing ahead of the upcoming January 2020 renewals.Artemis has again collaborated with traditional reinsurance focused sister-site, Reinsurance News, to test the temperature of the global reinsurance market ahead of the January 1st renewals and beyond.After read the full article →

Loss creep, AOB & climate change seen as biggest challenges: Survey

The biggest challenge to the market over the last 12 months has been the impact of loss creep from prior year events, while the threat of climate change is increasingly on the minds of industry participants, according to the results of our second global reinsurance market survey.For the second year read the full article →

Global reinsurance market survey results show ILS usage to rise

Artemis and Reinsurance News have partnered again to conduct our second global reinsurance market survey. The 2019 edition reveals an expectation for more pronounced and more broad price momentum at the key January 1st renewals, while use of insurance-linked securities (ILS) is once again expected to rise.The results of our read the full article →

Answer our new global reinsurance market survey

We're requesting five to ten minutes of your time to answer our new global reinsurance market survey, as we look to take the temperature of the industry at this key time of the year.With conference season fast approaching and thoughts beginning to turn towards end of year reinsurance renewal discussions, read the full article →

A $200bn catastrophe loss year (that took 18 months to accumulate)

Everyone thought it would take a really significant single loss, or an aggregation of numerous catastrophes that drove significant impacts in a single year, to change the trajectory of pricing. 2017 wasn't big enough to do it alone. But now that the market has suffered $200 billion of losses, there read the full article →

Price is key for the January 2019 reinsurance renewals: Survey results

According to the respondents of our first global reinsurance market survey, price is set to be the most important factor in their decisions on reinsurance counterparts' at the key January 2019 renewal season, suggesting competition will be high.We recently published the results of our first global market survey, which we read the full article →

ILS to take greater share of reinsurance by 2020: Survey results

The insurance-linked securities (ILS) market and alternative reinsurance capital is forecast to take a greater share market of global reinsurance by 2020, suggesting continued expansion for capital market activity in the sector, according to respondents of our first global reinsurance market survey.We recently published the results of our first global read the full article →

Global reinsurance market survey results now available to view

Reinsurance & ILS demand is expected to rise, but price is key, we found in our first global market survey. Reinsurance News and Artemis have teamed up to take the temperature of the global reinsurance market at what is a key time for the industry.The results of our global reinsurance read the full article →

Environmental Finance names weather risk winners in annual market survey

Environment Finance, a leading publication covering the environmental markets, has announced the results of its annual market survey. One of the subjects covered was the weather risk management market and as such we thought our readers would be interested in the poll results.The survey aims to reveal which firms have read the full article →