Most reinsurers would agree that 2020 has been a challenging year, but does it qualify as a ‘Black Swan’, and what happens if COVID-19 losses are followed by a major catastrophe?
These and many more key questions are analysed in S&P’s Global Reinsurance Highlights 2020, published in partnership with Intelligent Insurer.
This year’s publication looks at the unprecedented impact of the pandemic on the reinsurance landscape and examines the key talking points and trends in the industry, including Lloyd’s of London’s efforts to improve underwriting performance and the global insurance protection gap on climate change.
Global Reinsurance Highlights also ranks the top 40 reinsurance groups globally by net reinsurance premiums written.
In a year of unexpected change, this year’s Global Reinsurance Highlights helps reinsurance management, investors, and other stakeholders put it all in perspective.
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