Captives involved in reinsurance disputes should take proactive measures both to forestall disputes and to ensure that they take place on a level playing field.
Declining premium rates and abundant capacity point to a favorable market for property/casualty insurance in 2017.
Canada’s costliest natural disaster will have significant insurance implications.
While property/casualty insurance rates remain low, uncertainty over cyberrisk coverage and potential catastrophe losses looms.
Risk management programs are cropping up on campuses across the country to meet growing industry needs.
Property/casualty insurance market cycles may one day become a thing of the past.
Trends in the captive insurance market point to continued growth and expansion.
FM Global’s Bret Ahnell discusses resiliency, risk mitigation and the insurance market.
The Terrorism Risk Insurance Program Reauthorization Act of 2015 features a number of changes that influence terrorism loss exposure.
After almost three years of premium increases, the property/casualty market may be softening.
The entrance of alternative capital has helped put downward pressure on property/casualty rates.
The property/casualty sector is increasingly turning to alternative risk transfer products to spread risk.
In light of recent court decisions, it now appears that lenders may have exposed themselves to liability by forming mortgage reinsurance captives.
Future inflation may affect reinsurers’ profitability across all lines of business.