Tag Archives: Monte Carlo

Video: Notes from Monte Carlo 2012 Part 1 – Reinsurance and the Capital Markets

Monte Carlo Reinsurance Interview

Yet another Monte Carlo Rendezvous has been and gone – I’ve attended every year for a full decade – and the themes and messages remain as similar as ever. Market capitalisation, how reinsurers have recovered following the catastrophes of 2011, … Continue reading →

Video: John Cavanagh on Where the Reinsurance Market is Headed

Willis Re CEO John Cavanagh at Monte Carlo (video)

Our Willis Re CEO, John Cavanagh, is at the Monte Carlo Rendezvous this week, where he spoke to WRIN.tv about capital markets, M&A activity in the reinsurance market, how the market has recovered from the challenges of 2011, and what opportunities … Continue reading →

Reinsurance: Baden-Baden and Beyond

Willis Re's James Vickers discusses the big issues facing reinsurers in the run-up to the 1/1 renewals, including CBI, model changes & the EU debt crisis. Continue reading →

The End of the Hard Market as we Know it?

While most reinsurance folk have already packed away their chinos and Polo shirts until next year’s Monte Carlo Rendez-vous, one of the main themes from this September’s event endures in the run up to the 1/1 renewals: What will trigger … Continue reading →

Notes from Monte Carlo – What’s on the Minds of Reinsurers

I’m back from another whirlwind week of meetings and networking at the Monte Carlo Reinsurance Rendezvous and have had a chance to reflect on some of the main themes to emerge from this year’s event. Continue reading →