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Willis Re pegs 2019 nat cat insured losses at $53bn

Japanese typhoons the biggest contributors to losses in 2019.

Darag agrees multi-national loss portfolio transfer deal

Legacy acquirer takes on U.S. general liability book with over $100m in reserves.

Australia bushfire insured losses approach $1bn

Insurers have received over 16,000 claims since November.

1.1 renewals: Turning the page on social inflation

Swiss Re’s Head of Casualty Underwriting for U.S. & Canada Michael Hudzik explains how social inflation is stressing the U.S. liability system.

Roger Sellek departs Randall & Quilter

Joint CEO leaves as new deputy chairman William Spiegel arrives.

Pro Global appoints ex-RSA UK chief as new CEO

Former Pro CEO Artur Niemczewski left at the end of 2019.

R&Q announces man to succeed co-founder Randall

Co-founder of U.S. PE firm Pine Brook will gradually take over responsibilities of Randall in the course of 2020.

Executive Decision: D&O Market Report

Class-action suits have spurred a litany of rate increases, but will they be enough?

Australian bushfire losses hit $480m and set to rise

Insurers have received 8985 claims since September, with that number to increase in the coming days and months.

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