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As the 60th edition of Les Rendez Vous de Septembre closed its gates on September 15th, the re/insurance world had its eyes on the Monte Carlo, where the current trends future expectations and industry disruptors are being the focal points of the discussions. More

Autonomous vehicles may reduce US motor premiums by more than 40 percent by 2050

US motor pure premiums could decrease by 20 percent by the year 2035 compared to their 2015 levels - and potentially by more than 40 percent by the time that autonomous vehicles reach full adoption in 2050, according to the annual Global Insurance Market Opportunities (GIMO) report of AON. More

JLT Re: Sector in danger phase regarding the release of reserves

The re/insurance sector is in a danger phase in which reserves are being released faster than accident year experience would dictate, the situation being similar to the 1998-2000 interval, says JLT in its viewpoint "Enough in Reserve?" released at Monte Carlo. More

AON: Reinsurance demand increasing as growth opportunities emerge

Reinsurance demand has increased over the past 18 months, with the cession ratio across the global property and casualty insurance industry registering a small rise for the first time in several years, and the trend expected to continue for the remainder of 2016, according to the September 2016 edition of AON's Reinsurance Market Outlook report. More

HANNOVER Re expects to see greater stability overall in both prices and conditions fopr the January renewal season

In the context of a cvasi unchanged property and casualty reinsurance global market from the previous year, still governed by an intense competition, HANNOVER Re expects to see greater stability in prices and conditions for the treaty renewals as at 1 January 2017, the company's representatives said in Monte Carlo. Also, with Solvency II influencing upon the purchasing behavior of insurers, opportunities for reinsurers should continue to be available. More

GC: Industry must adapt and innovate to fully grasp opportunities

A series of fundamental disruptive forces are driving monumental changes in the global economy at an unprecedented rate. These forces compel the (re)insurance industry to adjust to the new reality and capitalize on the opportunities created, according to Victoria CARTER, Vice Chairman of International Operations at GUY Carpenter. More

MUNICH Re EUR 500 million in premium volume from innovative products

Increasing digitalisation and interconnection of the world in almost all areas of the economy means that risks are taking on new dimensions, both private individuals and companies seeking insurance protection for this exposure. Global premium volume for cyber insurance is currently around USD 3 billion, but it is expected to rise to USD 8-10 billion by 2020, said the MUNICH Re's representatives at a press conference in Monte Carlo. More

Swiss Re: Technological progress will change business models

Even though macroeconomic conditions and the overall industry environment remain challenging, Swiss Re believes that technological advances will create new and valuable efficiencies. The industry can increasingly access new risk pools emerging from the integration of data, analytics, and technology that addresses the insurance protection gap, creating new opportunities for growth. More

Swiss Re sigma: Demand for customised reinsurance and insurance solutions is growing

The insurance industry's consolidation, as well as globalisation of risks, technological innovations, and regulatory reforms have driven an increasing sophistication in the capital and risk management of insurers and large corporations, shows the latest SWISS Re sigma report released in Monte Carlo. "This has led to higher limits and higher retentions, as well as the substitution of local contracts with larger and more complex solutions", says Swiss Re Chief Economist Kurt KARL, stressing out that. "this goes hand-in-hand with a greater need for tailored re/insurance structures that address unique situations and can sometimes be enhanced with innovative features to meet specific client needs." More

Meet us in Monte Carlo!

Will you be in Monte Carlo at "Les Rendez-vous de Septembre 2016"? Visit our XPRIMM Stand at the Fairmont Hotel! You can find there the latest issues of our XPRIMM Publications specialized magazines and you will also receive a free copy of the XPRIMM Insurance Report! More
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