According to TransRe’s Catastrophe Research and Reporting team, expect a colder winter in North America, a colder Autumn and early arrival of winter in Europe and expect weak-to-moderate La Niña conditions to continue Dec-Feb.
Rich Henderson joins Paul Greve (Markel Specialty) and Lori Semlies (Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker) to offer some early thoughts on how the pandemic will affect the medical professional liability market.
Since 14 U.S. states require that standard commercial fire policies include fire following an act of terrorism, even if terrorism itself is excluded, insurers need a methodology to estimate their potential losses. This paper summarizes one such approach.
The Global Reinsurance Forum (of which TransRe is a founding member) highlights the role of an integrated risk management structure (government regulation, improved engineering in addition to (re)insurance) to improve society’s resilience to natural and man-made disasters.
The Reinsurance Association Of America’s President, Frank Nutter, highlights both the threat and impact of U.S. natural catastrophes, using a wealth of statistical data, as well as the role of insurance, and recommended developments.