• Reinsurance

    Reinsurance is insurance that is purchased by an insurance company (the "ceding company" or "cedant" or "cedent" under the arrangement) from one or more other insurance companies (the "reinsurer") directly or through a broker as a means of risk management, sometimes in practice including tax mitigation and other reasons described below. The ceding company and the reinsurer enter into a reinsurance agreement which details the conditions upon which the reinsurer would pay a share of the claims incurred by the ceding company. The reinsurer is paid a "reinsurance premium" by the ceding company, which issues insurance policies to its own policyholders. The reinsurer may be either a specialist reinsurance company, which only undertakes reinsurance business, or another insurance company. Insuranc...

    published: 26 Aug 2014
  • What is FINANCIAL REINSURANCE? What does FINANCIAL REINSURANCE mean? FINANCIAL REINSURANCE meaning

    What is FINANCIAL REINSURANCE? What does FINANCIAL REINSURANCE mean? FINANCIAL REINSURANCE meaning - FINANCIAL REINSURANCE definition - FINANCIAL REINSURANCE explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Financial Reinsurance (or fin re), is a form of reinsurance which is focused more on capital management than on risk transfer. In the non-life segment of the insurance industry this class of transactions is often referred to as finite reinsurance. One of the particular difficulties of running an insurance company is that its financial results - and hence its profitability - tend to be uneven from one year to the next. Since insurance companies generally want to produce consistent results, they may be attracted to ways ...

    published: 05 Oct 2016
  • Warren Buffett on insurance and reinsurance businesses

    Warren and Charlie answer questions about insurance and reinsurance.

    published: 13 Jun 2016
  • How Does Insurance Work?

    So how exactly does insurance work? How do insurance companies make money? In this video we will look into these questions and we will also learn about reinsurance and retrocession.

    published: 20 Dec 2014
  • Own Your Own Warranty Company | Dealer Owned Reinsurance Company

    In this quick video, you'll see how producer-owned reinsurance can benefit independent, traditional dealership. Get in touch with us and we'll get you started on the path to an accelerated profit access program.

    published: 19 Sep 2014
  • What is REINSURANCE? What doe REINSURANCE mean? REINSURANCE meaning, definition & explanation

    What is REINSURANCE? What doe REINSURANCE mean? REINSURANCE meaning - REINSURANCE pronunciation - REINSURANCE definition - REINSURANCE explanation - How to pronounce REINSURANCE? Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Reinsurance is insurance that is purchased by an insurance company (the "ceding company" or "cedent" or "cedant" under the arrangement) from one or more insurance companies (the "reinsurer") directly or through a broker as a means of risk management, sometimes in practice including tax mitigation and other reasons described below. The ceding company and the reinsurer enter into a reinsurance agreement which details the conditions upon which the reinsurer would pay a share of the claims incurred by the ceding com...

    published: 17 May 2017
  • The Medical Allied Reinsurance Company

    The Medical Allied Reinsurance Company is a tool business owners are beginning to use in order to control escalating healthcare costs.

    published: 27 Jun 2017
  • Israel Muchena, Assistant Director, African Reinsurance Corporation

    Mr. Muchena discusses the alternative ways to assess risk besides traditional mechanisms such as insurance companies. Although insurance might be the solution, many ideas must be put on the table, such as risk-sharing before approaching a 100% transfer of risk to insurance companies. Mr. Muchena shows his enthusiasm for the GIIF, hoping more insurers will collaborate in this initiative and work with the African Reinsurance Corporation, a company dedicated to creating and supporting the development of local underwriting skills.

    published: 10 Nov 2015
  • Weqaya Takaful Insurance & Reinsurance Company- Movie

    published: 14 Nov 2012
  • amando software - Referenz Herr Urech (Swiss Reinsurance Company Ltd.)

    published: 03 Dec 2015
  • Why don't most dealers own a Reinsurance Company?

    Tim Byrd, Auto Industry Expert on Dealer Owned Reinsurance Companys

    published: 04 Jun 2012
  • A simple reinsurance agreement

    A short animation illustrating the features and purpose of reinsurance.

    published: 07 Mar 2016
  • Digital Transformation in the Insurance Industry at Swiss Re

    The financial services industry is undergoing digital disruption and change. Insurance, as part of that industry, also faces new opportunities and challenges. To explore these issues, I spoke with the CIO for Information at Swiss reinsurance giant, Swiss Re. Rainer Baumann handles the data and tools that experts inside the company use to understand and evaluate a broad range of insurance risks. Unlike traditional insurance, where the company sells policies to individual buyers, reinsurance offers a backstop to other insurance companies. For this reason, the reinsurance business is all about experts gathering and analyzing information on a wide variety of topics. Baumann is creating a digital workplace to bring these experts information on topics ranging from weather to cyber risk to far...

    published: 28 Feb 2017
  • Case Study Interview with Rob Ashdown (VP of a large Reinsurance Company)

    Rob Ashdown (VP of a Large Reinsurance Company) talks about his experience of The Dealmaker™ programme and how it has improved his dealmaking skills.

    published: 12 Sep 2016
  • Global Risks 2013 Report - David Cole (Swiss Reinsurance Company)

    http://www.weforum.org/ The Global Risks 2013 Report captures how over 1000 experts from industry, government and academia see the most pressing threats facing the world over the next ten years. It reveals how 50 global risks are perceived in terms of likelihood, impact and interconnections.

    published: 08 Jan 2013
  • Where should my reinsurance company be domiciled?

    Tim Byrd, Auto Industry Exper on Dealer Owned Reinsurance Companies

    published: 05 Jun 2012
Reinsurance

Reinsurance

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Reinsurance is insurance that is purchased by an insurance company (the "ceding company" or "cedant" or "cedent" under the arrangement) from one or more other insurance companies (the "reinsurer") directly or through a broker as a means of risk management, sometimes in practice including tax mitigation and other reasons described below. The ceding company and the reinsurer enter into a reinsurance agreement which details the conditions upon which the reinsurer would pay a share of the claims incurred by the ceding company. The reinsurer is paid a "reinsurance premium" by the ceding company, which issues insurance policies to its own policyholders. The reinsurer may be either a specialist reinsurance company, which only undertakes reinsurance business, or another insurance company. Insurance Companies that sell reinsurance refer to the business as 'assumed reinsurance'. Assumed reinsurance is reported separately on their books from their non-reinsurance business. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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What is FINANCIAL REINSURANCE? What does FINANCIAL REINSURANCE mean? FINANCIAL REINSURANCE meaning

What is FINANCIAL REINSURANCE? What does FINANCIAL REINSURANCE mean? FINANCIAL REINSURANCE meaning

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What is FINANCIAL REINSURANCE? What does FINANCIAL REINSURANCE mean? FINANCIAL REINSURANCE meaning - FINANCIAL REINSURANCE definition - FINANCIAL REINSURANCE explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Financial Reinsurance (or fin re), is a form of reinsurance which is focused more on capital management than on risk transfer. In the non-life segment of the insurance industry this class of transactions is often referred to as finite reinsurance. One of the particular difficulties of running an insurance company is that its financial results - and hence its profitability - tend to be uneven from one year to the next. Since insurance companies generally want to produce consistent results, they may be attracted to ways of hoarding this year's profit to pay for next year's possible losses (within the constraints of the applicable standards for financial reporting). Financial reinsurance is one means by which insurance companies can "smooth" their results. A pure 'fin re' contract for a non-life insurer tends to cover a multi-year period, during which the premium is held and invested by the reinsurer. It is returned to the ceding company - minus a pre-determined profit-margin for the reinsurer - either when the period has elapsed, or when the ceding company suffers a loss. 'Fin re' therefore differs from conventional reinsurance because most of the premium is returned whether there is a loss or not: little or no risk-transfer has taken place. In the life insurance segment, fin re is more usually used as a way for the reinsurer to provide financing to a life insurance company, much like a loan except that the reinsurer accepts some risk on the portfolio of business reinsured under the fin re contract. Repayment of the fin re is usually linked to the profit profile of the business reinsured and therefore typically takes a number of years. Fin re is used in preference to a plain loan because repayment is conditional on the future profitable performance of the business reinsured such that, in some regimes, it does not need to be recognised as a liability for published solvency reporting.
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Warren Buffett on insurance and reinsurance businesses

Warren Buffett on insurance and reinsurance businesses

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Warren and Charlie answer questions about insurance and reinsurance.
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How Does Insurance Work?

How Does Insurance Work?

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So how exactly does insurance work? How do insurance companies make money? In this video we will look into these questions and we will also learn about reinsurance and retrocession.
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Own Your Own Warranty Company | Dealer Owned Reinsurance Company

Own Your Own Warranty Company | Dealer Owned Reinsurance Company

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In this quick video, you'll see how producer-owned reinsurance can benefit independent, traditional dealership. Get in touch with us and we'll get you started on the path to an accelerated profit access program.
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What is REINSURANCE? What doe REINSURANCE mean? REINSURANCE meaning, definition & explanation

What is REINSURANCE? What doe REINSURANCE mean? REINSURANCE meaning, definition & explanation

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What is REINSURANCE? What doe REINSURANCE mean? REINSURANCE meaning - REINSURANCE pronunciation - REINSURANCE definition - REINSURANCE explanation - How to pronounce REINSURANCE? Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Reinsurance is insurance that is purchased by an insurance company (the "ceding company" or "cedent" or "cedant" under the arrangement) from one or more insurance companies (the "reinsurer") directly or through a broker as a means of risk management, sometimes in practice including tax mitigation and other reasons described below. The ceding company and the reinsurer enter into a reinsurance agreement which details the conditions upon which the reinsurer would pay a share of the claims incurred by the ceding company. The reinsurer is paid a "reinsurance premium" by the ceding company, which issues insurance policies to its own policyholders. The reinsurer may be either a specialist reinsurance company, which only undertakes reinsurance business, or another insurance company. Insurance companies that sell reinsurance refer to the business as 'assumed reinsurance'. A healthy reinsurance marketplace helps ensure that insurance companies can remain solvent (financially viable), particularly after a major disaster such as a major hurricane, because the risks and costs are spread. There are two basic methods of reinsurance: 1. Facultative Reinsurance, which is negotiated separately for each insurance policy that is reinsured. Facultative reinsurance is normally purchased by ceding companies for individual risks not covered, or insufficiently covered, by their reinsurance treaties, for amounts in excess of the monetary limits of their reinsurance treaties and for unusual risks. Underwriting expenses, and in particular personnel costs, are higher for such business because each risk is individually underwritten and administered. However, as they can separately evaluate each risk reinsured, the reinsurer's underwriter can price the contract to more accurately reflect the risks involved. Ultimately, a facultative certificate is issued by the reinsurance company to the ceding company reinsuring that one policy. 2. Treaty Reinsurance means that the ceding company and the reinsurer negotiate and execute a reinsurance contract under which the reinsurer covers the specified share of all the insurance policies issued by the ceding company which come within the scope of that contract. The reinsurance contract may oblige the reinsurer to accept reinsurance of all contracts within the scope (known as "obligatory" reinsurance), or it may allow the insurer to choose which risks it wants to cede, with the reinsurer obliged to accept such risks (known as "facultative-obligatory" or "fac oblig" reinsurance). There are two main types of treaty reinsurance, proportional and non-proportional, which are detailed below. Under proportional reinsurance, the reinsurer's share of the risk is defined for each separate policy, while under non-proportional reinsurance the reinsurer's liability is based on the aggregate claims incurred by the ceding office. In the past 30 years there has been a major shift from proportional to non-proportional reinsurance in the property and casualty fields.
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The Medical Allied Reinsurance Company

The Medical Allied Reinsurance Company

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The Medical Allied Reinsurance Company is a tool business owners are beginning to use in order to control escalating healthcare costs.
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Israel Muchena, Assistant Director, African Reinsurance Corporation

Israel Muchena, Assistant Director, African Reinsurance Corporation

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Mr. Muchena discusses the alternative ways to assess risk besides traditional mechanisms such as insurance companies. Although insurance might be the solution, many ideas must be put on the table, such as risk-sharing before approaching a 100% transfer of risk to insurance companies. Mr. Muchena shows his enthusiasm for the GIIF, hoping more insurers will collaborate in this initiative and work with the African Reinsurance Corporation, a company dedicated to creating and supporting the development of local underwriting skills.
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Weqaya Takaful Insurance & Reinsurance Company- Movie

Weqaya Takaful Insurance & Reinsurance Company- Movie

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amando software - Referenz Herr Urech (Swiss Reinsurance Company Ltd.)

amando software - Referenz Herr Urech (Swiss Reinsurance Company Ltd.)

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Why don't most dealers own a Reinsurance Company?

Why don't most dealers own a Reinsurance Company?

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Tim Byrd, Auto Industry Expert on Dealer Owned Reinsurance Companys
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A simple reinsurance agreement

A simple reinsurance agreement

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A short animation illustrating the features and purpose of reinsurance.
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Digital Transformation in the Insurance Industry at Swiss Re

Digital Transformation in the Insurance Industry at Swiss Re

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The financial services industry is undergoing digital disruption and change. Insurance, as part of that industry, also faces new opportunities and challenges. To explore these issues, I spoke with the CIO for Information at Swiss reinsurance giant, Swiss Re. Rainer Baumann handles the data and tools that experts inside the company use to understand and evaluate a broad range of insurance risks. Unlike traditional insurance, where the company sells policies to individual buyers, reinsurance offers a backstop to other insurance companies. For this reason, the reinsurance business is all about experts gathering and analyzing information on a wide variety of topics. Baumann is creating a digital workplace to bring these experts information on topics ranging from weather to cyber risk to farming in Africa. Because these experts form the core of Swiss Re, issues such as future of work and adopting new processes and technologies are crucially important to the company. See the full ZDNet blog post: http://www.zdnet.com/article/digital-transformation-in-the-insurance-industry/ ------------------ Check out all the CXOTALK episodes: https://cxotalk.com/episodes ------------------ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/cxotalk ------------------
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Case Study Interview with Rob Ashdown (VP of a large Reinsurance Company)

Case Study Interview with Rob Ashdown (VP of a large Reinsurance Company)

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Rob Ashdown (VP of a Large Reinsurance Company) talks about his experience of The Dealmaker™ programme and how it has improved his dealmaking skills.
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Global Risks 2013 Report - David Cole (Swiss Reinsurance Company)

Global Risks 2013 Report - David Cole (Swiss Reinsurance Company)

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http://www.weforum.org/ The Global Risks 2013 Report captures how over 1000 experts from industry, government and academia see the most pressing threats facing the world over the next ten years. It reveals how 50 global risks are perceived in terms of likelihood, impact and interconnections.
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Where should my reinsurance company be domiciled?

Where should my reinsurance company be domiciled?

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Tim Byrd, Auto Industry Exper on Dealer Owned Reinsurance Companies
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