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Dorian not expected to cost insurers more than $10bn, say loss experts

Change of predicted trajectory meant US escaped severe damage

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The reinsurance business: time to bounce back?

Reinsurance pricing has improved but analysts believe headwinds remain. Ahead of the Rendez-Vous de Septembre in Monte Carlo, Cintia Cheong compares the views of credit rating agencies on the global market outlook

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Defunct Prudential-Rothesay Life transfer to prompt annuity re-think

Fitch fears UK court ruling scuppering Prudential-Rothesay Life deal could hit insurers

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Long-term care insurance warning for US market

A recent report on GE Capital's long-term care insurance (LTCI) exposure has triggered market concerns, with Fitch Ratings arguing LTCI products are among the riskiest marketed by US life insurers. Sarfraz Thind explains

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Long-term care insurance warning for US market

Report on GE Capital’s long-term care insurance exposure triggers market concerns

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Reinsurance pricing turns "decidedly positive" in mid-2019

Fitch expects trend to continue into 2020

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Fitch: Bermuda treatment of tier 3 capital for re/insurers raises questions

Fitch Ratings warns of “conflicting language” in how the BMA treats tier 3 capital

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"Manageable" catastrophe losses boost Latin American reinsurers' profits

Long-term relationships with ceding firms drive stable renewals

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Insurers push for dual-rate approach to Ogden

The change in the Ogden rate prompted surprise and disappointment from insurers. Their hopes for a fairer settlement are now pinned on the next round of reforms, as Christopher Cundy and Paul Walsh report

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US commercial lines business improving, says Fitch

Insurers buoyed by strengthening premiums, but concerns remain over nat cat losses