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Papua New Guinea LNG plant resumes operations

13 April 2018

ExxonMobil's $19bn liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant in Papua New Guinea has resumed operations after a major earthquake damaged the plant, the US energy giant has confirmedRead more


Generali continues disposal strategy with Belgian sale

19 April 2018

Generali has agreed a EUR450mn ($670mn) sale of its Belgian insurance business to Athora Holdings, ending a sale process that had reportedly seen earlier interest from Allianz, Baloise and CinvenRead more


Anxiety risk

20 April 2018

Can't sleep at night? Anxiety and depression weighing upon you?Read more


Aerospace infrastructure market shocked by Chicago capitulation

20 April 2018

The aerospace infrastructure market, after a relatively profitable 2012-16 period of profitability, is now facing the prospect of severe losses with the market especially concerned about significantly increased liability payments going forwardRead more


Primary retentions in spotlight as reinsurance capacity climbs to $605bn

20 April 2018

In a record-breaking catastrophe year, global reinsurance capital continued its seemingly endless rise in 2017 to reach some $605bn, according to Aon BenfieldRead more


Lloyd’s assigns major loss code to Maersk Honam

20 April 2018

In a clear affirmation of the potential scale of claims facing the market, Lloyd's has assigned a major loss code to the ‘Maersk Honam' fire on 6 MarchRead more


Liberty raids Axa for German specie expansion

20 April 2018

Liberty Specialty Markets (LSM), part of Liberty Mutual Insurance Group, will begin underwriting fine art and specie in Germany, following the appointment of Ulrike Janvier as senior underwriter, Fine Art and SpecieRead more


Friederike cost climbs to $2bn

20 April 2018

Catastrophe loss data aggregator Perils lifted its estimate for insured damage from windstorm Friederike to just under EUR1.63bn ($2bn), an 11 percent upflit from its initial calculationRead more


Environmental market prepares for rating rebound

20 April 2018

Players in the environmental casualty facultative space will be cheered by suggestions from Willis Towers Watson that the rating environment, at least at the primary level, is set for meaningful firming in forthcoming renewalsRead more


Fitch still down on reinsurance for 2018

20 April 2018

In yet another Eeyore-ish report, Fitch Ratings' 2018 outlook for the reinsurance sector is negative, as high catastrophe losses, competitive premium rates and low interest rates worldwide combine to produce the gloomy prognosisRead more


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