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Covid-19 non-life industry loss $100bn+, say 40% of survey respondents

The non-life insurance and reinsurance industry is deemed most likely to face between $80 billion and $100 billion of underwriting losses due to the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, according to the respondents to our latest market survey. Nearly 67% of respondents to our latest market survey said that they believe the non-life read the full article →

ILS should play a role in pandemic backstop solutions: Survey respondents

Insurance-linked securities (ILS) and capital markets backed sources of insurance or reinsurance capacity should play a role in any government or industry supported pandemic risk pooling facility or backstop, respondents to our latest survey said. Overwhelmingly, the hundreds of respondents to our latest market survey are in favour of and recognise read the full article →

Retro seen more exposed to pandemic claims than property reinsurance: Survey

Retrocessional contracts are seen as likely more exposed to any claims that find their way through from the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, according to the respondents to our recent market survey. The results are now in from our market survey that we launched recently alongside sister publication Reinsurance News asking the insurance, read the full article →

Market concerned on pandemic BI, expects coronavirus to firm reinsurance: Survey results

The results are now in from our market survey that we launched recently alongside sister publication Reinsurance News asking the insurance, reinsurance and insurance-linked securities (ILS) industry for its opinion on the market implications of the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic. We are witnessing history unfolding as a global industry that is profoundly read the full article →

Pandemic parametric triggers Q&A with Tom Johansmeyer, PCS

Pandemic protection. Is it included, excluded, or even mentioned in a policy or program? Even if it is, is the coverage responsive enough to really help the protection buyer, or should parametric solutions be looked at? If so, how to ensure they are robust? At a time when interest in pandemic read the full article →

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 →