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April 2017/1
Publication Date: 6 April 2017

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CBI returns to sting European fac market

6 April 2017

In a development likely to reignite the debate over the need for a standalone reinsurance product, significant CBI claims have hit the fac market following a fire at an auto parts factory in the Czech Republic, Inside FAC can revealRead more

2016 claims frequency hits Apollo

6 April 2017

Property direct and facultative (D&F) specialist Apollo Syndicate 1969 posted a $5.4mn loss for the 2016 calendar year (2015 profit: $11.8mn) as its combined ratio soared from 93 percent to 102 percent year-on-yearRead more

Enough is enough

6 April 2017

For quite some time the question on many lips has been just how much more pain are underwriters prepared to take?Read more

Cat claims cost Generali EUR295mn

6 April 2017

Catastrophe claims fell slightly for Generali last year to EUR295mn from EUR313mn in 2015Read more

Property D&F rates bottom out at 1 April

6 April 2017

Property direct and facultative (D&F) rates appear to have bottomed out at the 1 April renewals, as carriers reached a point where they could not afford to concede further reductionsRead more

News digest

6 April 2017

Property cat rate reductions slow at 1.4; Everest buys PartnerRe's property fac unit; JLT Re downsizes fac energy team; Lloyd's chooses Brussels for EU subsidiary; Willis Re Specialty on efficiency driveRead more

A shifting threat

6 April 2017

Against a rapidly changing risk landscape, Inside FAC explores whether the standalone terrorism product is still fit for purposeRead more

The FAC Door

6 April 2017

As another improbable but very real food-related fire is set to hit the insurance market, it seems like a good juncture to revisit the "greatest hits" of flammable food storiesRead more

Pernod Ricard burns through NZ quake limit

6 April 2017

Global drinks manufacturer Pernod Ricard's insurance recoveries from the recent New Zealand temblor have been limited as a result of an earthquake sub-limit in its insurance programme, Inside FAC can revealRead more

Pembroke sale rumours dismissed

6 April 2017

Liberty Mutual has publicly countered mounting speculation that it will try to spin off $450mn-premium Lloyd's business Pembroke after completing the $3.0bn acquisition of IronshoreRead more

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