What really drives reinsurance purchasing is a question the fac market would love to answer, so we are grateful to Willis Towers Watson for providing some background. Inside FAC takes a look
With digital technology playing an increasingly bigger role in both business and personal life, the facultative reinsurance sector has the ability to seize opportunities both internal and external
Inside FAC has reached the big one with 100 issues, and we are genuinely delighted to celebrate 10 years of service as the only dedicated publication for the global facultative marketplace
Protectionism, North Korea, the rise of the far right... turbulent political risk waters lie ahead, according to Marsh
Foot-and-mouth disease outbreaks can prove devastating for the agricultural and wider rural economy, but the risks can be (re)insurable under the right conditions, according to Scor
It has been 10 long years since operators in the Gulf of Mexico (GoM) suffered significant losses as a result of windstorm, with 2017's series of major hurricanes once again taking different courses within the region.
Bloodstock's attractiveness as a non-correlating class continues unabated - especially as 2017 cats promise to push up rates across the board, finds Inside FAC
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 deeper...
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