The Insurer is the innovative digital publication with a powerful voice for the global P&C and specialty (re)insurance industry and the risk capital that flows in and out of it. Our scope is global, but our focus is on underwriting and distribution in the area of complex risk, and the capital, infrastructure and services that support it.

The Insurer is the innovative digital publication with a powerful voice for the global P&C and specialty (re)insurance industry and the risk capital that flows in and out of it. Our scope is global, but our focus is on underwriting and distribution in the area of complex risk, and the capital, infrastructure and services that support it.

The Insurer is the innovative digital publication with a powerful voice for the global P&C and specialty (re)insurance industry and the risk...

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Insurer in Full: How the $1bn Surfside settlement breaks down

The approval of the $1bn+ settlement for the victims of the Champlain Towers South collapse in Surfside, Florida last year marks a complicated split between over two dozen parties. The Insurer analyses how it will be split and what details are known about their insurers...
The approval of the $1bn+ settlement for the victims of the Champlain Towers South collapse in Surfside, Florida last year marks a complicated split between over two dozen parties. The Insurer analyses how it will be split and what details are known about their insurers...
Article / 4 days ago

Hurricane forecasters united in expectations for above-average season in 2022

Tomorrow marks the official start of the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season, with forecasters expecting an above-average frequency of storm activity for a seventh consecutive year...
Tomorrow marks the official start of the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season, with forecasters expecting an above-average frequency of storm activity for a seventh consecutive year...
Article / 1 month ago

Stonybrook: More than $10bn of Florida limit still unplaced

More than $10bn of limit remains unplaced in Florida ahead of the imminent 1 June renewal with carriers set to face downgrades in the first two weeks of June, according to a client advisory by Stonybrook Capital.
More than $10bn of limit remains unplaced in Florida ahead of the imminent 1 June renewal with carriers set to face downgrades in the first two weeks of June, according to a client advisory by Stonybrook Capital.
Article / 1 month ago

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