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U.S. P/C Industry Grew Surplus Despite Underwriting Loss in 2021

Insurance rating agency AM Best said it expects the U.S. property/casualty insurance industry to record an increase in surplus in 2021 thanks to investment income and capital gains...
Insurance rating agency AM Best said it expects the U.S. property/casualty insurance industry to record an increase in surplus in 2021 thanks to investment income and capital gains...
Article / 4 months ago

As COVID Spread, European P/C Insurers Took Hits but Remained Resilient: AM Best

European property/casualty insurers faced a dip in total average gross written premium and after-tax profit in 2020, but their regulatory solvency ratios remained strong...
European property/casualty insurers faced a dip in total average gross written premium and after-tax profit in 2020, but their regulatory solvency ratios remained strong...
Article / 7 months ago

PartnerRe's Q3 Premiums Grew; Catastrophe Losses Hurt Income

PartnerRe Ltd., once again in line to be acquired by France's Covéa, finished its 2021 third quarter with large catastrophic losses, double digit premium hikes and a big drop in net income...
PartnerRe Ltd., once again in line to be acquired by France's Covéa, finished its 2021 third quarter with large catastrophic losses, double digit premium hikes and a big drop in net income...
Article / 7 months ago

Strong Gains as U.S. P/C Insurers Emerge From the Pandemic

U.S. property/casualty insurers saw their net income jump to $37.5 billion in the 2021 first half, up from $24.3 billion the year before, with gains coming as the country continued...
U.S. property/casualty insurers saw their net income jump to $37.5 billion in the 2021 first half, up from $24.3 billion the year before, with gains coming as the country continued...
Article / 8 months ago

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