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EQECAT’s senior vice-president discusses risk modelling in a region exposed to every natural catastrophe going
The catalogue of natural catastrophes in 2010, in Asia and elsewhere, seems unlikely to translate into firmer rates at the 1 January reinsurance renewals. But the rise of Asian megacities leaves the region vulnerable
The roving eye of private equity has been caught by more immediately gratifying options
ERM ambitions are rising as firms upgrade their models. But don’t expect your standard computing networks to keep up
Regulators and rating agencies are pushing (re)insurers to combine risk controls with capital management. Global Reinsurance investigates the challenges – and rewards
The financial crisis was the ultimate test for many financial institutions’ ERM. We ask whether the models failed, or were they simply misapplied?
Will the credit crunch and the EU Solvency II Directive lead to an increase in run-off activity?
Nine insurance industry experts meet to discuss the UK run-off market.
Successful run-off is about working yourself out of a job apparently.
The 2012 deadline may be some way off, but insurers and reinsurers must prepare now, finds Helen Yates
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