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The FAC Door

8 December 2017

It is with great sadness that we mourn the passing of one of the fac market's real driving forces of recent years, and someone routinely spoken of with great respect, Amanda HayesRead more


Starterís orders

8 December 2017

Bloodstock's attractiveness as a non-correlating class continues unabated - especially as 2017 cats promise to push up rates across the board, finds Inside FACRead more


Swings and fac-abouts

8 December 2017

The facultative market looks set to take a hefty hit as a result of the Q3 cat losses, but what of future purchasing? Inside FAC delves deeperRead more


The FAC Door

6 November 2017

Cars set off over the weekend of 21 October bound for Baden-Baden, not to enjoy the warming springs of the beautiful spa town, but to undertake a gruelling journey in aid of CPotential and the RFIB 2017/18 nominated charities; except it wasn't meant to be gruellingRead more


Frustrated cover

6 November 2017

Political risk is not a line of business for the faint-hearted, but capacity for the class is growing, finds Inside FACRead more


EMEA protectionism is impacting insurance

6 November 2017

Protectionist measures introduced by some insurance regulators in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region are impacting international (re)insurers' ability to conduct business in certain emerging markets, according to a new report by AM BestRead more


Independence and innovation

6 November 2017

Toby Esser, executive chairman, AFL Insurance BrokersRead more


The FAC Door

9 October 2017

If Inside FAC were a nation, we hope it would eschew the kind of dog-whistle, lowest-common-denominator politics favoured by some of the more nationalist, inward-looking politicians of the contemporary eraRead more


Mexican standoff

9 October 2017

Amid uncertainty about the scale of insured losses in Mexico from recent catastrophes there remains little consensus about the effect on rates, finds Inside FACRead more


2017 downstream losses approach $3bn

9 October 2017

The prospect of an "immediate correction" to downstream energy rates, which have been on a downward trajectory for several years, now seems likely with insured losses for the year to date approaching the $2.85bn mark, according to JLT SpecialtyRead more


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