Sidecars have gained popularity in the (re)insurance marketing as a strategic tool following the 2005 Atlantic hurricane season's record-setting year of losses.
In this post, learn more about how to interpret combined ratios, walk through the steps for calculating them, and touch on some related metrics.
In a market of rising M&A activity, influx of capital sources, and lack of major CAT events it’s important to make optimal decisions when managing your portfolio.
In this post, we’ll demystify several real-time metrics that can be computed with the Analyze Re Product Suite to shed more light on your portfolio.
Here are five things that reinsurance underwriters, risk managers, and executives should understand when interpreting catastrophe modeling.
Decision-making is moving away from the traditional 'gut intuition' that reinsurers have relied on to harness newer big data and analytics technologies.
In this post, we examine how improved analytics have worked for capital markets and how the reinsurance industry can benefit from a similar approach.
In this post, we will look at how to compute the tail value at risk, or TVaR, from a sample dataset.
The use of technology within the property-catastrophe reinsurance industry is a complex concept and one that is increasing in importance.
Whether an optimization approach to planning will be possible comes down to whether your team is able to outline corporate goals and constraints with detail.
Dr. Oliver Baltzer described the technological differences between traditional high-performance computing infrastructure and cloud infrastructure in this post.
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