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Q4 preview: Earning your keep

With Q4 cat losses relatively benign, the focus in Q4 2021 will be on underlying dynamics including the impact of rate rises, Omicron and the economy.
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CPI: Highest rate in 40 years keeps pressure on auto carriers

The latest report shows even higher inflation pushing up severity, forcing carriers to take rate.
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Short interest: InsurTechs catch a break, but pressure still on

InsurTechs, including Lemonade, Root, Hippo, and Metromile, shed some short interest but remain the target of choice for short-sellers.
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Truth and consequences: Waiting for property-casualty margin improvement

Commercial lines loss ratios may move slightly higher, while personal auto carriers see the light at the end of the loss-cost tunnel.
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Allstate expects Q4 pre-tax cat losses to hit $528mn

Colorado’s Marshall Fire is expected to cost the company $218mn, while the convective storm that devastated four states, including Kentucky, will contribute around $79mn in claims.
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Tougher cyber protocols leading to ‘meaningful’ reduction in claims: Travelers

The carrier’s head of bond and specialty said better security postures were leading to a reduction of claims across the industry.
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Hagerty’s Butcher: We’re ‘more than that little antique insurer from Michigan’

The president of the newly listed car company outlined the MGA’s scope for growth, appetite for M&A, and addressed the question of whether it could go full-stack.
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Increased capital gains fuel 30% rise in 2021 intermediary M&A: Optis

Private equity-backed, or hybrid buyers were responsible for 76% of all announced transactions in 2021, up from 70% in 2020.
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Unreserved: Episode 10 – Hagerty's Jack Butcher

In the 10th episode of Inside P&C’s podcast, Unreserved, Jack Butcher, president of MGA Hagerty, sits down Inside P&C US News Editor James Thaler.
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London market pricing in 2022: Is the party over?

The market is assessing whether planned single-digit rate rises will outstrip burgeoning claims inflation.
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Insurance market walks the energy transition tightrope

Continued support for fossil fuel-producing clients will remain a bedrock of energy insurance underwriting for some time to come as the insurance market looks to shift towards environmentally friendly underwriting, market participants have told Insurance Insider.
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Post-Covid reopening boosts contingency, but ILS appetite limited

ILS Capital described it as “the ultimate short-tail risk” but noted structural and sourcing challenges for ILS writers.
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Five Key Questions for the Post-Pandemic Reinsurance Market

Hurricane Ida has stirred up the ongoing challenge of catastrophe pricing.
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