Everest Re's H1 profit halves after suffering "3 C's"

Covid-19, catastrophe losses and civil unrest culminate


Everest flags profitable Q2 despite cats and Covid

Civil unrest and pandemic cost $175m in Q2


Everest Re confirms earmarking $150m for Covid-19 losses

Q1 net income falls 95% to $17m


Everest Re expects $150m pandemic claims hit

The reinsurer warned "actual ultimate losses" may vary due to market uncertainties


Everest Re appoints international chief actuary

Alex Poracchia joins the organisation's Everest Global Markets division


Everest Re promotes actuarial pricing head to CRO

Don Mango will also become chief actuary


Everest Re dodges cat losses to post best profit since 2014

Company reports net income of $1bn, up from $89m in 2018


Everest Re expects $215m Q4 nat cat hit

Typhoon Hagibis is largely responsible for Everest Re's projected catastrophe losses


Insurance ERM Americas: The risk trends keeping US CROs awake at night

US re/insurance chief risk officers reveal the risks that most concern them, changing risk tolerances in the industry and strategies for dealing with emerging threats. Ronan McCaughey reports from InsuranceERM's New York conference


Everest Re estimates Q3 cat losses of $280m

The Bermudian re/insurer said losses are driven by hurricane Dorian and typhoon Faxai