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Third-quarter statutory data reveals premium growth, worsening loss ratio because of increased loss cost trends and Hurricane Ian.
Our Trump/Biden note from yesterday discussed the rotation from growth stocks to value stocks playing out over 2022. Unfortunately, insurance technology stocks have had it the worst, with Lemonade stock down 49%, but still doing relatively better than Root (down 86%) and Hippo (down 80%).
In the uncertain economic landscape, investors have shifted toward value stocks like insurance, with increasing movement around this earnings season and the election.
Though still significantly elevated, the CPI appears to have peaked in the short term, which may give carriers a chance to catch up on rate.
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The severance package will be paid in three separate installments of $250,000 over the next 18 months.
The executive will help grow the insurer’s presence in the region and support the office’s overall operations and strategy. 
Led by MassMutual, existing investors Newark Venture Partners and Cameron Ventures participated in the round, along with new investor Aperture VC.
Inside P&C’s news team runs you through the key M&A deals from the past week.
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In the latest episode of Inside P&C’s podcast, Unreserved, Dual executive chairman Kieran Sweeney sits down with Inside P&C’s acting managing editor, Adam McNestrie.
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The reinsurer is ready to “walk away from business” where it feels pricing and terms and conditions are not good enough.
The CEO addressed the progress of the strategic process in his first interview since taking the role.
The Category 1 storm’s landfall on the east coast of Florida would be a “manageable” cat event that hurts primary carriers more than their reinsurers, he said.
The impact of Ian losses on SiriusPoint’s total equity was ~3.5%, lower than RenRe and Everest, and in line with Axis.
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