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    GR SIRC 2018: day 3 live

    Read the third and final day of GR’s coverage of the Singapore International Reinsurance Conference 2018

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    GR SIRC 2018: day 2 live

    Read the second day of GR’s coverage of the Singapore International Reinsurance Conference 2018

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    GR SIRC 2018: day 1 live

    Read the first day of GR’s coverage of the Singapore International Reinsurance Conference 2018

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Opinion: TMR result puts new shine on RenRe deal

When RenaissanceRe paid 1.02x tangible book value for Tokio Millennium, it seemed it might be due to poor performance at TMR, but the reinsurer’s final set of results might change that perception

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How do I know if this is the next Lemonade… or just a lemon?

Issues re/insurers should consider for insurance technology ventures, writes Drinker Biddle & Reath partner Andrea Best

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Editor's letter: Insurtech takes centre stage

Insurtech has moved from a peripheral re/insurance topic to the centre stage, GR consulting editor David Benyon writes

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Reducing Indonesia’s protection gap

Protectionism versus the protection gap. By David Benyon

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Hurricane Michael: the strongest US landfall since Andrew

Catastrophe risk modellers have been tracking the storm’s behaviour and likely $6-10bn re/insurance losses, as Michael continues its path inland after crossing the Florida Panhandle

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Consulting editor's comment: Monte Carlo or Bust

Hoping for a year of low catastrophe claims, or for a market-changing storm, misses the point, writes GR’s consulting editor, David Benyon