QBE Re confirms retro exit in ‘peak peril zones’December 16 2022 by Andrew Tjaardstra
- February 6
Portfolios exposed to the US, Japan and loss-hit territories saw the highest prices, increased retentions and capacity withdrawal at 1.1. renewals.
- January 25
In her new role, Yong will be responsible for retrocession and client work in Asia Pacific.
- January 4
Retro deductibles and pricing rose across the region, while reinsurer exits hit Korea, Australia placements.
- December 23
Cutbacks are causing delays further down the line and retro-dependent carriers are no longer confident of obtaining adequate capacity.
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