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Executive SummaryIs the future of the traditional reinsurance industry in jeopardy? Executives of some of the world’s leading reinsurers weigh in.
Carrier Management asked executives of some of the world’s leading reinsurers to weigh in. In this series of articles, eight industry leaders answered a variety of questions about the near-term future: Will it have more consolidation? Will prices slide further? And the ultimate question—what will the future of the traditional reinsurance industry look like?
Click on the questions below to read their responses. (Answers to questions 3-8 will be available later this week.)
Q1: Is M&A activity done in the reinsurance sector or is there more to come?
Q2: What is your view of pricing trends for the property reinsurance and casualty reinsurance segments?
Q3: Describe the cyber risk appetite of the reinsurance industry and how it has changed in the past year.
Q4: What is the biggest challenge facing the reinsurance industry?
Q5: Where will alternative capital go next?
Q6: Where do you see the best opportunities for growth?
Q7: How has your business changed in 2015 to respond to recent challenges?
Q8: Are you worried about the future of the traditional reinsurance industry?