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ACE chairman and Bermuda market veteran Duperreault retires.
Are the models ready for another active season?
Lloyd's dismisses sale rumours of the now defunct Kinnect platform.
The IRDA puts new, stringent anti-money laundering regulations in place.
The National Insurance Act of 2006 has split the US market wide open.
The CIRC puts pressure on insurers to improve internal controls.
A new service tax for reinsurers could hit non-life premiums.
Sidecars are once again becoming a popular means of increasing reinsurance capacity.
The US still far exceeds the tort costs of other industrialised nations.
The FSA puts on hold its plans to develop rules on contract certainty.
HIH creditors have approved 12 schemes of arrangement.
Lloyd's decision to hire Dr Richard Ward as its CEO has been welcomed by reformers.
China must dramatically increase its natural catastrophe cover.
Existing outside the EU, how will the Reinsurance Directive impact on the Isle of Man's captive market?
LMG steps into the Middle East protection and indemnity market.
Will the Class of 2005 see a wave of IPOs?
Venezuela postpones debate on re/insurance legislation reform.
The Florida Hurricane Catastrophe Fund is almost dry.
Swiss Re establishes Australia's first catastrophe bond.
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