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Perils pegs 19/20 Australian bushfire losses at $1.3bn

Figure covers the peak seven-day loss period between the end of December 2019 and start of January 2020.

AGCS unveils plan to regain profitability

Company announces shakeup of divisions as it refocuses strategic direction.

Howden report claims M&A insurance capacity crunch ahead

Report based on claims data that stretches back over the past five years.

R&Q acquires Vermont captive

Company, which is now in run-off, wrote workers’ compensation, general and auto liability coverage.

Compre gets in principle approval for Bermuda reinsurer

Specialist legacy acquirer working with the BMA to finalise registration and licensing.

Deadline approaching for Reactions North America Awards

Submit your nominations by this Friday!

Hard market on the way?

A new report claims that the insurers could see prices harden after they weather the impact of COVID-19.

LMA and IUA reveal credit cover claims data

Research shows how much was paid by insurers between 2007-2019.

Nominate now for Reactions London Market Awards!

Deadline for nominations is this Friday, 12 June.


Legacy market relief for COVID-19 woes

DARAG's Dan Linden on why the run-off market is seeing an uptick in enquiries.

Reactions April digital issue online now!

This month's magazine issue celebrates 35 years of Reactions, plus features on terrorism, Iran sanctions, reinsurance broking and the run-off market.

Editor's comment: a new golden era for run-off? - FREE

2016 is fast becoming a year of rich pickings for run-off specialists, writes David Benyon, editor of Reactions.

Met Office points to climate change as driver of UK floods

The UK Meteorological Office has said that climate change could be the cause of the recent UK storm sequence.

Latest Issue

May 2020


In this month's Reactions

  • Special report on the impact of COVID-19
  • Insurance CIO perspectives
  • Construction market review
  • LatAm in focus



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