The annual conference of the Property Casualty Insurers Association of America took place in New Orleans this week. Reactions was there, producing our PCI Reporter daily newsletter.
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Insurers mull “messy” quarter; FHCF could face $3.2bn shortfall; Roundtable – coping with an uncertain economic and regulatory outlook; “Ravaged” profits not just down to cats; and more.
“Constant vigilance” needed, says Amica’s Robert DiMuccio; Don’t be so emotional, says General Re; Blending models is hottest topic at PCI; RMS model change to be fully felt at 1/1; Asbestos increases are a bad omen; BMS “pushing like crazy” against rises; and more.
Fewer pockets of E&S opportunity, says Lexington’s CEO; Flagstone explains Lloyd’s exit to Reactions; 2/3 of insurers still to integrate RMS v11; Boom time in the ILW market; ILS issuance set for a strong 2012; Business is “as good as it gets, says Toa Re’s Ed Stanco; S&P says rate increases are insufficient; Modelers suffer credibility problem; Insurers giving back to charity, but not effectively; and more.
CEO Panel – A disagreement over casualty; PCI’s David Sampson sticking up for America; “Cautious optimism” in casualty; Aggregate reinsurance cover on the up; Swiss Re spies tornado opportunities; Hard vs soft discussions too simple, says Scor; Guy Carpenter keeping reinsurers honest; Custom cat risk models on the up; and more.