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Against all the odds the aviation market is still booming.
Ariel Re's CEO advises Bermuda's monoline reinsurers against mindless diversification.
Munich Re takes the first steps to limit pandemic coverage.
In just four years Chinese insurance has changed beyond recognition.
Omega and Hiscox could have started a trend with their separate decisions to ditch London in favour of Bermuda.
Reinsurance contributes greatly to Bermuda's economy, but it could come at a price.
What does a children's fairytale have to do with research into hurricane damage?
The departure of Scottish Re's CEO kick-started a downward spiral.
The recent case of the NatWest Three has led to confusion over the scope of D&O cover.
Cyber insurance will take off in Australia in the next three to five years, says Antoinette Amputch.
A judge's verdict in Mississippi could relieve reinsurers of billions.
A global bird flu pandemic would strike hardest Down Under.
A few cracks are showing in the sidecar solution.
Foreign brokers and reinsurers turn their attention to the burgeoning Indian insurance market.
The Financial Services Authority is developing rules to ease the regulation of special purpose vehicles in the UK.
The NAIC streamlines regulatory oversight in an effort to derail national insurance regulation.
American insurer Allstate will no longer offer earthquake cover in an attempt to limit its exposure to rare catastrophes.
The first successful Part VII transfer heralds a new era for run-off at Lloyd's.
Australian re/insurers should look to the US to prepare themselves for emerging risks.
Japan lauds an insurance regulatory uniformity proposal in the US.
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