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The dip in reinsurers' premiums in Q2 suggests the softening has begun
Opportunities in China may be overstated, warns Ascot CEO Martin Reith
PartnerRe is the latest reinsurer to be seduced by Dublin
Life insurance securitisation is set to grow, according to Stephen Hunnisett
Hurricane activity in 2007 is forecast to be below the norm, says Professor Mark Saunders
The WMO and UN's IPCC say extreme weather events will become more frequent
David Hall looks to the future and beyond for contract certainty
This year's devastating floods in the UK have highlighted the need for solid business recovery plans, says Robert Hall
With the TRIA extension causing a stir in the US, Ben McKay examines the controversial NBCR provision
Paul Nunn provides an overview of the 2007 hurricane season forecasts
JB Crozet looks at the value for reinsurers of including catastrophe models in their business plans
Matt Huddleston explains how the Met Office has staked a claim to tropical storm forecasting
Ian Wicks asks why companies need to attract and retain the best talent
Moody’s Investors Service explains the process behind rating a takaful company
With the popularity of solvent schemes on the rise, Jon Francis looks at the pros and cons of exit solutions.
Joe Plumeri explains why Willis is not supporting supplemental compensations
It may sound far fetched, but it works. Dewi James describes how the nuclear decay process can be used to describe reserving methods
With almost $35bn raised since Hurricane Katrina, much of it from the capital markets, the industry must cater to this important source of capacity, explain Jean-Bernard Crozet and Colum D’Auria
With predictions for a highly active hurricane season in 2007, Trevor Maynard considers the ompact of climate change on natural catastrophes.
Allianz’s new catastrophe bond covers flooding in the UK by offsetting the risk against North American earthquakes, explains Marc Hannebert
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