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In Full: Property D&F Rates Flatten at 1 July

Early indications suggest the decline in property direct and facultative (D&F) rates eased at 1 July as both binder and open market business renewed between stable and 5 percent down...

  • Insurance Insider / Hosted articles / 2 years ago
  • Property - International

In Full: Opinion - Weakness in Numbers

Evidence of an appreciable slowing in the rate of reductions in open market London business was there in the first quarter following three brutal years of cuts...

  • Insurance Insider / Hosted articles / 2 years ago
  • Property - International

In Full: Primary rate declines slowed in 2016

Declines in global insurance rates moderated throughout 2016 amid early signs of capacity withdrawal and rising combined ratios, according to Marsh...

  • Insurance Insider / Hosted articles / 2 years ago
  • Topical Trends

In Full: WR Berkley suspends London marine underwriting

WR Berkley's managing agency has suspended the underwriting of its London market marine business and placed the future of the $30mn book under review, The Insurance Insider has learned...

  • Insurance Insider / Hosted articles / 2 years ago
  • Marine Liability

In Full: Reinsurance pricing floor in sight: JLT Re

A reinsurance pricing floor is "in sight" although the market is yet to hit rock bottom, according to JLT Re's CEO Ed Hochberg. Speaking on a panel at InsiderScope New York last week, the executive said that as the market reaches an inflection point "stuff starts to happen"...

  • Insurance Insider / Hosted articles / 3 years ago
  • Topical Trends

In Full: D&O rates lowest in a decade

The price of $1mn of limits fell by 9.2 percent in the first quarter compared to this time last year continuing an almost uninterrupted downward pricing trend. News of the reduction in pricing comes as new research points to an increase in potential exposure...

  • Insurance Insider / Hosted articles / 3 years ago
  • Directors & Officers