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May 2022

Reinsurance


Re-connecting ... Re-shaping the future

The announcement from the Singapore Reinsurers’ Association in early April that the 18th SIRC 2022 would be an in-person event came as a great relief to the many thousands of delegates and visitors who have made the annual reinsurance event a central focus for their calendars. Middle East Insurance Review kicks off a monthly update column marking the progress of the development of the event for 2022.
 

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Making reinsurance capital more efficient

As a global business, Allianz Re views the world through a very wide lens. We spoke to the reinsurer’s Mr Holger Tewes-Kampelmann to see where the opportunities and risks lie and what the year ahead might hold in store.
 

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A new reinsurance partner in DIFC

With its DIFC operation having recently opened in March this year, we spoke to Gallagher’s Mr Nadim Semaan to find out more about the move and what its plans are. M 
 

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Reinsurance realities in Kuwait

As the reinsurer celebrates its 50th anniversary, Kuwait Re’s Mr Dawoud Al-Duwaisan spoke to Middle East Insurance Review about what it takes to remain resilient throughout periods of difficult market dynamics.
 

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View from India

Lack of reinsurance support is a top risk

Despite the pandemic, the Indian insurance industry’s confidence in its own resilience is intact. Yet, it fears that non-availability of reinsurance support could be a major risk to operations. A new survey by Insurance Institute of India provides insights about the short-term risk perception for the Indian insurance industry.
 

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