Reinsurers’ capital position ‘robust’ despite COVID-19 hit
Reinsurers will not cover their cost of capital in 2020 as a result of the pandemic: Aon.
Regulatory changes ‘will erode insurers’ profits’
The FCA has proposed regulatory changes to general insurance pricing to end “complex and opaque pricing practices”.
COVID-19 BI judgment: not the worst-case scenario
The FCA judgment on COVID-19 business interruption is in. But was the judgment on September 15 really the last word on the matter?
BOB PERETTI, AXA XL
Understanding clients to help them navigate tough times
AXA XL is intent on getting to know its clients, and brokers, better than ever, explains Bob Peretti, the chief distribution officer at AXA XL Americas.
Striking a hard bargain
During virtual Monte Carlo industry professionals shared their thoughts on how the hardening market will play out.
INTERVIEW: MICHAEL PICKEL, HANNOVER RE
In for the long haul
Executive highlights the likelihood of zero or negative interest rates as the COVID-19 recession bites.
Fireside chat with Karen Clark
Cat modelling pioneer reflects on the rise of models and the need for transparency.
INTERVIEW: MOSES OJEISEKHOBA, SWISS RE
Resilience is key
The reinsurance industry has a unique opportunity to help society become more resilient during, and post, the pandemic, says reinsurance CEO.
INTERVIEW: DOMINICK HOARE, MUNICH RE
The season of goodwill
With the pressures of the pandemic, the goodwill built up face to face at Lloyd’s may have a shorter use-by date in the digital realm.
COVID-19: the market’s final straw
The current situation has parallels with the casualty crisis in the 1990s, says Jean-Paul Conoscente of SCOR Global P&C.
INTERVIEW: PAUL SCHULTZ, AON SECURITIES
ILS is a class act
Market losses from COVID-19 are inevitable, but one ray of light is the insurance-linked securities sector, which has performed “extraordinarily well”.