Wednesday, 15 July 2015

Global Reinsurance Market would Experience an Evolutionary Change.

Report Overview
 
Global reinsurance market is expected to witness an evolutionary change in future as the process of reinsurance acts as a major risk-mitigation tool for insurers. With an incentive to maintain effective underwriting of losses of insurers and prudent risk management strategies, the capital from third party investors such as pension funds and hedge funds are being invested in the reinsurance sector. The capital limits available with global reinsurance and the quality of capital are increasing, resulting in an increase in value proposition of reinsurance.

However with the increase in competition among primary companies and third party capital suppliers, the industry competitive scenario has undergone a major change. This has led to reinsurance company strategists pursuing risks that need innovative market solutions. Demand for property catastrophe reinsurance is increasing at a fast pace which offers great opportunities for reinsurance companies to leverage their intellectual risk in assessing the complex risks and offer innovative solutions. There is expansion of risk covered which acts as a major diver of the global reinsurance market.

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There are many studies done by research analysts that tracks the drivers, current and future market trends and growth opportunities of the reinsurance market. Recently, Research Beam has added a report titled “Global Reinsurance Market 2015-2019”. The market would grow at a CAGR of 7.1 % amid the period 2014-2019. The report offers an insight into the market dynamics and a profile of key market players and the strategies devised by them to grow in the global reinsurance sector. Major market players profiled in this report are Berkshire Hathaway, Hannover Re, Korean Reinsurance, Munich Reinsurance, Lloyd’s, Swiss Re and China Reinsurance

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