The UN’s IPCC says extreme weather events will become more frequent
Company transfers kidnap business to Hiscox in order to focus on its global network
Company announces five-year, $200 million credit facility
With political stability, a growing economy and increasing demand for natural catastrophe capacity, the future of the Mexican insurance industry is looking rosy, discovers Ana Paula Nacif.
Ace expands into Peru with the launch of ACE Seguros
Willis Re highlights retention and capital markets as major factors in price depression
A Japan earthquake could cost $1trn, warns Professor Bill McGuire
The industry must recognise its important role in providing solutions to help curb climate change
A large (magnitude 6.8) earthquake occurred offshore of Guatemala on 13 June, advises EQECAT.
Is the first-ever multi-country catastrophe pool a major step forward for hazard-prone regions?
Latin America looks set to see an explosion of microinsurance.
AIG takes the plunge in Latin America with the announcement of a new reinsurance operation in Puerto Rico...
Tropical Storm Risk has released its stormiest ever March forecast for the 2007 Atlantic hurricane season
The Latin American reinsurance market looks set to explode in coming years, according to a new Benfield report
In February, Global Reinsurance ran a survey on the potential for mergers and acquisitions in the industry in 2007. Peter Joy presents the results.
Heightened hurricane activity is here to stay despite a benign 2006 season, says ReAdvisory
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