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Reinsurance Industry - Global Strategic Business Report

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Allianz SE, Germany RE-
  • Amlin Plc, UK RE-
  • Atradius, Germany RE-
  • Hiscox Ltd, UK RE-
  • Lloyds of London, UK RE-
  • Scor SE, France RE-
  • MORE
The Reinsurance Industry Report provides insightful analysis, market overview, structure and outlook of the industry. Richly laden with qualitative and quantitative analysis, the report provides the reader with a rudimentary statistical preface to global reinsurance industry. A synopsized discussion offers preludes to regional reinsurance markets such as the United States, Canada, Japan, Europe (Germany, The UK, Spain, Russia, Czech Republic, Slovenia), Asia-Pacific (Australia, India, Singapore, Indonesia, Vietnam, Hong Kong), Middle East/ Africa, and Latin America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Peru, Caribbean). The closely summarized market report is designed to offer a macro level picture of the trends, market structure/basics, recent mergers & acquisitions, and strategic corporate developments witnessed by the industry. Also provided is a compilation of recent past/ historical perspective of the industry and strategic corporate developments within it. The report examines the leading companies’ footing in the industry at global and/ or regional level, along with their annual written premiums. Global key and niche players briefly discussed and abstracted in the report include Allianz SE, Amlin Plc., GE Insurance Solution, General Insurance Corp., Great -West Lifeco Inc., Hannover Re Group, Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc., Hiscox Ltd., Lloyds of London, Muenchener Rueckversicherungs-Gesellschaft AG, QBE Insurance Group, Partner Reinsurance Company Ltd, Scor SE, Sompo Swiss Reinsurance, and The PMI Group, Inc. among several others. The report also discusses leading reinsurance brokers such as Alexander Forbes Ltd., Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., Brown & Brown Inc., HBOS PLC, Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group Plc, and Willis Group Holdings Ltd.

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Allianz SE, Germany RE-
  • Amlin Plc, UK RE-
  • Atradius, Germany RE-
  • Hiscox Ltd, UK RE-
  • Lloyds of London, UK RE-
  • Scor SE, France RE-
  • MORE
1. Market Profile RE-1
New Responsibilities to Shoulder RE-1
Convergence of Reinsurance and Capital Markets RE-1
Innovative Insurance Products Cascade Sweeping Changes in
Reinsurance Markets RE-1
Table 1: Global Reinsurance Industry (2005): Percentage
Breakdown of Premiums by Region - Asia, Europe, North
America, and Rest of World (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) RE-2

Table 2: Global Reinsurance Industry (2005): Percentage
Breakdown of Premiums by Category - Life, Property,
Liability, and Other Financial Lines (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) RE-2
Aviation Reinsurance - Bracing up for a Larger World RE-2
Factors Affecting Reinsurance Renewals Market RE-2
The Posture for Reinsurance Industry - 2004, A Review RE-3
Magic Climax RE-3
Table 3: Global Reinsurance Market (2004): Gross Premiums
and Premiums Ceded by Major Insurers to Reinsurance Firms in
US$ Billion For Life and Non-Life Sectors RE-3

Table 4: Global Reinsurance Market (2004): Percentage
Breakdown of Gross Premiums By Business Class for Property,
Liability, Life Insurance, and Financial (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-4

Table 5: Global Reinsurance Market (2004): Net Premiums
Earned and Net Claims Incurred in US$ Billion By Business
Class for Life Insurance, Property, Liability, and Financial
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-4
Segment-Wise Snapshots RE-5
General and Employers’ Liability Reinsurance RE-5
International Engineering Reinsurance RE-5
International Marine Reinsurance RE-5
Motor Reinsurance RE-5
Professional Lines Reinsurance RE-5
Property Reinsurance RE-5
Regional Hubs for Reinsurance RE-6
Table 6: Global Reinsurance Industry (2004): Percentage
Breakdown of Total Reinsurance Premiums By Region for North
America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Rest of
World (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-6
Pricing Softens RE-6
Competition RE-6
Table 7: Leading Players in Global Reinsurance Industry
(2005): Percentage Market Share of Premiums by Company -
Allianz Re, Berkshire Hathaway, Everest Re, GE Global,
Hannover Re, Lloyd s, Munich Re, PartnerRe, Swiss Re, Xl Re,
and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-7

Table 8: Global Reinsurance Market for 2004: Leading
Companies Ranked by Net Reinsurance Premiums Written (In US$
Billion) for Munich Re Group, Swiss Re Group, Berkshire
Hathaway Re Group, Employers Re Group, Hannover Re Group,
Lloyd’s, Allianz Re Group, SCOR Re Group, Converium Group,
and Partner Re Group (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-7

Table 9: Global Reinsurance Market (2003): Percentage
Breakdown of Net Premium (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-8

Table 10: Leading Players in the Global Reinsurance Market
(2002): Percentage Breakdown of Net Premium Written for
Munich Re, Swiss Re, General Re, Hanover Re, Gerling Global
Re, SCOR, Berkshire, Converium, and Others (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-8
A Flashback on 9/11 Impacts on Reinsurance Sector RE-8
Reinsurance in the Aftermath of September 11 RE-8
Focus on Profits RE-9
The New Arrivals RE-9
Reinsurance Brokerage RE-10
9/11 - The Worst Nightmare for Reinsurance World RE-10
Table 11: Leading Reinsurance Brokers Worldwide Ranked by
Gross Revenues in 2000 (In US$ Million) (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-10
Uncertainty Paramount RE-11
Industry Does a Rethink RE-11
The Reactions and Counteractions RE-11
Hope Amidst Gloom RE-11
The New Role RE-11
Professional-Liability Businesses Perturbed by Impeding Forces RE-12
A Strenuous Comeback in 2003 RE-12
Rising Reinsurer Problems RE-12
Insurers’ Expectations of Reinsurers RE-12
Consolidation Phase RE-12
Bermuda Startups - Going Gets Tough RE-13

2. An Industry Primer on Reinsurance RE-14
A Backgrounder on Alternatives RE-14
What’s Reinsurance? RE-14
Types of Reinsurance RE-14
Reinsurance Cover for Insurers RE-14
Proportional Reinsurance RE-14
Non-Proportional Reinsurance RE-15
Forms of Risk Cover RE-15
Treaty Reinsurance RE-15
Facultative Reinsurance RE-15
The Importance of Reinsurance RE-15
An Industry Perspective RE-16
In Pursuit of Risk/Exposure Mitigating Strategies RE-16
Regulatory Framework for Reinsurance Industry RE-17
Finite Reinsurance / Financial Reinsurance / Non-Traditional
Insurance RE-17
Finite Reinsurance and Regulatory Framework RE-18
EU Directive on Reinsurance RE-18
Solvency II RE-18
Disclosure Standards for Insurance and Reinsurance Firms RE-18
Perfect Future for Reinsurance RE-18
Reinsurance is No Picnic RE-19
Challenges of the 21st Century RE-19
Global Reinsurance Scene in the Mid-90s RE-19
Table 12: Reinsurance Capacity of Select Markets (In US$
billion) RE-20
Industrial Lines - A Historic Perspective RE-20
New Players in Europe RE-22
Changes Occurring in Europe RE-22
Dominance of the US Market RE-22
Overview of Select Reinsurance Segments RE-22
Life Reinsurance Market at a Glance RE-22
Outlook RE-23
Catastrophe Reinsurance RE-23

3. Regional Perspective RE-24

3a. United States RE-24
Market Overview RE-24
Table 13: US Reinsurance Market (2005): Percentage Breakdown
of Net Written Reinsurance Premiums by Category - Allied,
Auto Physical Damage, Commercial Auto Liability, Commercial
Multiple Peril, Fire, Homeowners, Inland Marine, Medical
Malpractice, Private Passenger Auto Liability, Product
Liability, Other Liability, Workers Compensation, and Other
Lines (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-24

Table 14: US Reinsurance Industry (2006): Premiums Ceded to
Reinsurers (Affiliated and Unaffiliated) Outside US by
Country - Bermuda, Switzerland, U.K., Germany, Cayman Islands
and Others in US$ Billion and Market Share (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-25
Storms Set to Settle Prices? RE-25
Hurt Yet Standing Strong RE-25
2004: A Year of Poor Performance RE-25
Reinsurance Pricing Trends RE-26
Catastrophe Reinsurance Experiences Growth in 2003-2002 RE-26
The Foreign Presence RE-26
Major Players RE-27
Table 15: Leading Players in the US Reinsurance Market
(2005): Net Written Premiums in US$ Billions for Berkley
Insurance, Employers Reinsurance, Everest Reinsurance,
Folksamerica Reinsurance, National Indemnity, Odyssey
America, Partner Reinsurance, Platinum Underwriters, Swiss
Reinsurance, and Transatlantic Reinsurance (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-27

Table 16: Leading Players in US Ordinary Reinsurance
(In-Force) Market (2005): Percentage Breakdown by Company -
Canada Life, General Re life, Generali USA Life Re, GE Ins.
Solutions, Munich American Re, Revios Re, RGA Re Company,
Scottish Re, Swiss Re, Transamerica Re, and Others (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-27

Table 17: Leading Players in US Ordinary Reinsurance
(Assumed) Market (2005): Percentage Breakdown by Company -
Canada Life, General Re life, Generali USA Life Re,
Manufacturers Life, Munich American Re, RGA Re Company, SCOR
Life Re, Scottish Re, Swiss Re, Transamerica Re, and Others
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-28

Table 18: Leading Players in US Reinsurance Market (2005):
Recurring New Business in US$ Million for Canada Life,
General Re, Generali USA, MARC, RGA, Revios, Scottish, Swiss
Re, SCOR, and Transamerica (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) RE-28

Table 19: Leading Players in the US Reinsurance Market
(2004): Percentage Breakdown of Gross Written Premium for
General Re, Swiss Re USA, XL Reinsurance America, American
Re, Transatlantic Re, Employers Re, Everest Reins. Company,
Odyssey Re America, Berkley Insurance Co., Folks America, and
Others(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-29

Table 20: Leading Players in the US Property/Casualty
Reinsurance Market (2003): Net Premiums Written in US$
Billion for General Reinsurance Corp., Everest Reinsurance
Co., Transatlantic Reinsurance Co., Swiss Reinsurance Life &
Health America Inc., National Indemnity Co., Swiss
Reinsurance America Corp., Employers Reinsurance Corp.,
Odyssey America Reinsurance Co., American Reinsurance Co.,
and Berkley Insurance Co. (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) RE-30
Reinsurance: The ‘Life’ of ‘Life’ RE-30
Table 21: Leading Players in US Life Reinsurance Industry
(2005): Premiums in US$ Billion for Select Companies -
General Re Life, Lincoln National Life, London Life, Munich
American Reassurance, RGA Reinsurance, Scottish Re, Security
Life of Denver Insurance, Swiss Re Life & Health,
Transamerica Financial, and Transamerica Occidental Life
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-31

Table 22: Leading Players in US Life Reinsurance Industry
(2005): Percentage Share of New Business Premiums Written by
Company - Canada Life, General Re Life, Generali USA Life Re,
Munich Re, RGA, Revios Re, SCOR Life Re, Scottish Re, Swiss
Re, Transamerica Re, and Others (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) RE-32

Table 23: Leading Players in US Life Reinsurance Industry
(2005): Percentage Share of Premiums Written (In-Force) by
Company - Canada Life, GE Insurance, General Re Life,
Generali USA Life Re, Munich Re, Revios Re, RGA, Scottish Re,
Swiss Re, Transamerica Re, and Others (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) RE-32

Table 24: Leading Reinsurance Companies in the US Life
Insurance Market (2004): Gross Premium Written (GPW) in US$
Billion for General Re, Swiss Re USA, XL Reinsurance America,
American Re, Everest Reins. Company, Transatlantic Re,
Employers Re, Odyssey Re America, Berkley Insurance Co.,
Folksamerica and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-33
A Past Perspective RE-34
Table 25: Leading Reinsurers in the US by Net Premiums
Written: 2000 Vs 1999 (In US$ Million) (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-34
Key Trends/Issues RE-34
Several Re-insurers Pull Out of US Market RE-34
Consolidation in the US Life Reinsurance Market: 2002 Vs 2004 RE-35
Impact of the Consolidation Process RE-35
Globalization RE-36
Evolution of New Contracts RE-36
The Problem of Disputes RE-36
Derivatives Rise RE-37
Effect of London Market Consolidation RE-37
Reinsurers to Offer Public Stock RE-39
US Group Reinsurance Market Slows Down in 2005 RE-39
US Ordinary Reinsurance Market on the Downfall RE-39
A Historic Review RE-40
Table 26: Business Break-Up (In %) of Leading Reinsurance
Sellers in the US: 2000 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-40
Focus on Select Segments RE-41
Catastrophe Reinsurance - A Key Segment RE-41
US Catastrophe Reinsurance Schemes RE-42
TRIA - Main Characteristics RE-42
Waterfront Property Insurance RE-42
Special Calamity Plans RE-42
Life Reinsurance Business RE-43
Changing Face of Life Reinsurance RE-43
Table 27: Leading Life Reinsurers in the US - In- Force
Reinsurance Assumed: 2000 & 1999 (In US$ Billion) (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-44
High Rates Characterize Catastrophe Reinsurance for Group
Life & Health RE-45
Cession Rates Drive Growth RE-45
Insurers Shed Risk to Assume Broader Role RE-45
Term Policies Hot on Reinsurance Circuit RE-46
Factors Influencing Growth in Life Reinsurance Market RE-46
Demutualization Pushing the Reinsurance Market RE-46
Regulations Promote Reinsurance Business RE-47
Outlook RE-47
Reinsurance Broking Industry RE-47
Smaller Brokers Call the Shots RE-47
Hard and Soft Market Issues RE-47
Big Brokers Bring Incentives to Work RE-48
Outlook RE-48

3b. Canada RE-49
Consolidation Ripples RE-49
A Sneak Peek into the Competitive Landscape RE-49
Making a Comeback Trail? RE-49
Catastrophe Reinsurance - Stable Rate Levels RE-49

3c. Japan RE-51
Catastrophe Reinsurance - A Softening Market RE-51
Facts Speak RE-51
Table 28: Japanese Reinsurance Industry (1955-2004): Leading
Catastrophic Losses Caused by Floods or Windstorm by Number
of Casualties and Property Damaged (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) RE-51

Table 29: Japanese Reinsurance Market (1955-2004): Top Ten
Earthquake Losses Caused by Number of Casualties and Property
Damaged (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-52

Table 30: Japanese Reinsurance Market (1990-2004): Leading
Disasters by Total Claims Paid in ¥ Billion for Fire,
Automobile, and Marine Sectors RE-52

Table 31: Japanese Reinsurance Market (1990-2004): Leading
Earthquakes by Total Claims Paid in ¥ Billion (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-53
Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance Company, Ltd. - A Key Reinsurer RE-53

3d. Europe RE-54
Reinsurance - An Overview RE-54
Table 32: Leading Players in European Reinsurance Market
(2004): Percentage Market Share by Company - Berkshire
Hathaway, Everest Re, GEIS, Hannover Re, Munich Re, Partner
Re, Swiss Re, Transatlantic Re, and Others (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-55
EU Directive on Reinsurance RE-55
Solvency II RE-55
Disclosure Standards for Insurance and Reinsurance Firms RE-56
Catastrophe Reinsurance - A Regional Snapshot RE-56
Germany - Going Strong Amid Capacity Surplus RE-56
UK - Highly Concentrated RE-56
Nordic Region - Diverse Coverage Across the Bloc RE-57
Switzerland - Low Coverage RE-57
Central and Eastern Europe - Flooding ‘Concerns’ RE-57
European Reinsurers - A 2001 Retrospect RE-57
Table 33: Leading Players in Western Europe Reinsurance
Market: 2000 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-58
Post September 11 Conditions RE-58
Resilience in Difficult Times RE-58
Table 34: European Global Insurance Companies - September
11 Losses with Net Premiums Earned in 2001 (In US$ million
unless otherwise stated) RE-59

3d(I).Focus on Select European Markets RE-60

3d(i).France RE-60
Table 35: French Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Reinsurance Industry by Segment - Life & Non-Life Markets
Independently Analyzed with Gross Premium Income in Euro
Billion for the Years 2005 through 2009 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-60

Table 36: French 5-Year Perspective for Reinsurance Industry
by Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Gross Premium Income for
Life and Non-Life Markets for 2005, 2007, and 2009 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-61

Table 37: French Reinsurance Industry (2006 & 2007):
Percentage Breakdown of Gross Written Premiums by Leading
Companies for Scor, Axa Re, CCR, Partner Re, Paris Re and
Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-61

Table 38: French Reinsurance Industry (2007 & 2008):
Percentage Breakdown of French Reinsurers Geographical Spread
by Region - Europe, Americas, Asia and Other Regions (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-62

Table 39: French Reinsurance Market (2006 & 2007): Percentage
Breakdown of Premium Income Earned by French Reinsurers Abroad
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-62

3d(ii).Germany RE-63
Market Overview RE-63
Table 40: German Reinsurance Market (2005 & 2006): Gross and
Net Premiums in € Million by Category - Life/Health, Property
& Casualty, Financial Reinsurance, and Specialty Reinsurance
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-63

Table 41: German Reinsurance Industry (2007 & 2008):
Percentage Breakdown of Premium Income by Category - Life,
Fire, Motor, General Liability, Private Accident, Marine and
Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-64
September 11 Attacks Spur the Emergence of Reinsurance Agencies RE-64
Table 42: Number of Insurers Operating in the German
Reinsurance Industry (1990-2003) (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) RE-65
Reinsurance Pools RE-65
Extremus RE-65

3d(iii).United Kingdom RE-66
Global Hub of Reinsurance RE-66
London Insurance Market in 2006 - An Overview RE-66
Trends in Reinsurance RE-67
Soft Markets for Commercial Insurance and Reinsurance RE-67

3d(iv).Spain RE-67
Small Reinsurance Market RE-67

3d(v).Denmark RE-68
Table 43: Danish Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Reinsurance Industry by Segment - Non-Life and Life Markets
Independently Analyzed with Gross Premium Income in DKK
Million for the Years 2005 through 2009 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-68

Table 44: Danish 5 -Year Perspective for Reinsurance Industry
by Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Gross Premium Income for
Non-Life and Life Markets for 2005, 2007, and 2009 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-68

Table 45: Danish Reinsurance Market (2005-2007): Gross Claims
in DKK Million by Segments - Non-Life and Life (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-69

3d(vi).Russia RE-70
Fallacies of Insurance Market Bog Reinsurance Sector RE-70
Table 46: Russian Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Reinsurance Industry with Premiums in US$ Million for the
Years 2005 through 2009 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-70

Table 47: Russian Reinsurance Industry (2007 & 2008):
Percentage Breakdown of Premium Income by Category for
Property, Personal, Liability, Life, Motor and Others
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-71
Captive Insurers Find the Going Easy RE-71
Reinsurance Sector Led by Overseas Players RE-71
Table 48: Leading Players in the Russian Reinsurance Market
(2006): Written Premiums in US$ Million by Leading
Reinsurance Companies for Kapital Re, Transsib Re, Megaruss
Re, Moscow Re, and Russian Reinsurance Co (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-72
High Level of Cross Border Reinsurance RE-72

3d(vii).Czech Republic RE-73
Reinsurance - The Rules of the Game RE-73
Life Reinsurance - A Profile RE-73
Investment Requirements RE-73
Reinsurance - Local Trends RE-73

3d(viii).Slovenia RE-75
Sluggish Growth RE-75
Table 49: Slovenian Reinsurance Market (2000-2003): Premium
and Claims in SIT Million and Claims Ratio in Percentage for
Life and Non-Life Reinsurance (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) RE-75

3e. Asia Pacific RE-76
South Asian Crises Brings Reinsurance to the Fore RE-76
A Tool to Transfer Risk RE-76
Life and Health Reinsurance Market - Success Parameters RE-76
Shift Towards Risk-Oriented Products - The Buzzword for Future RE-77

3e(i).Australia RE-78
Australian Reinsurance Sector - A Market Summary RE-78
Reinsurance Trends as of Third Quarter of 2006 RE-78
Mix n Match of Domestic Vs Foreign Reinsurance RE-78
Catastrophe Reinsurance RE-78
Reinsurance Rate Journeys Southward RE-79
A Past Perspective RE-79
Table 50: Insurance Industry in Australia (2000 & 2001):
Number of Insurers by Type for Private Sector, and Public
Sector (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-79

Table 51: Insurance Industry in Australia (2000 & 2001):
Premium Revenues in A$ Billion for Direct Insurers and
Reinsurers RE-80

Table 52: Insurance Industry in Australia (2000): Premium
Revenue (In A$ Million) and Percentage Breakdown of Leading
Private Sector Insurance Conglomerates (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-80

Table 53: Reinsurance Market in Australia (2000): Premium
Revenue Ceded by Type in US$ Million (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) RE-81

Table 54: Australian Reinsurance Market (2001): Premium
Revenue by Type of Business (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) RE-82

3e(ii).China RE-83
Reinsurance Industry in China RE-83
Emergence of Private Investors and Large Foreign Reinsurance
Companies RE-83
Table 55: Chinese Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Reinsurance Industry with Premiums in US$ Billion for the
Years 2005 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-83

3e(iii).India RE-84
Reinsurance Picking up with Liberalization RE-84
State-owned Insurance Behemoths Fill the Void for Reinsurance RE-84
Global Reinsurers Hold Back Feet - A Past Perspective RE-84
Opportunity for Global Reinsurers RE-84
Liberalization Blows off Caps RE-84
Managing Reinsurance Needs RE-85

3e(iv).Singapore RE-86
A Prominent Reinsurance Center RE-86
Tax Exemption Scheme for Offshore Marine Hull & Liability
Insurance Business RE-86
Regulations for Insurance Intermediaries RE-86
Table 56: Insurance Industry in Singapore (2001-2003): New
Insurance Business in SG$ Million RE-87

Table 57: Insurance Industry in Singapore (2001-2003):
In-Force Insurance Business in SG$ RE-87

3e(v).Indonesia RE-88
Reinsurance Market Profile RE-88
Insurance Market Regulations RE-88
Table 58: Insurance Industry in Indonesia (2001): Number of
Insurance Companies by Type of Insurance for Life Insurance,
Loss-Insurance, Reinsurance and Others (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-88
Loss Insurance and Re-insurance Market - A Review of Past RE-88
Table 59: Key Statistics of Indonesian Loss-Insurance and
Reinsurance Companies in Millions of Rupiahs: 1998-2000
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-89

Table 60: Leading Loss-Insurance and Re-insurance Companies
in Indonesia by Assets in Millions of Rupiahs: 2000
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-89
Structural Overview of Loss-Insurance Market RE-90

3e(vi).Taiwan RE-91
Table 61: Taiwanese Insurance Industry (2005): Reinsurance
Claims Paid in NT$ Million by Category - Life, Automobile,
Fire, Fishing Vessel, Marine Cargo, Marine Hull, Personal
Accident, and Miscellaneous (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) RE-91

3e(vii).Vietnam RE-92
A Key Market for Reinsurance RE-92

3e(viii).Hong Kong RE-92
Engineering Reinsurance: A Profile RE-92

3f. Middle East/Africa RE-93
Under Supplied RE-93
9/11 Impacts - Underscore the Importance of Reinsurance RE-93
End of the Era of Ceding to Local Reinsurers RE-94
Reducing Reliability on International Reinsurers RE-94
Regional Cooperation RE-94
The Road Ahead RE-95
Focus on Key Markets for Reinsurance RE-95
Oman RE-95
Table 62: Oman Reinsurance Market (2005): Percentage Share
of Net Premium/Gross Premium for Select Companies - Dhofar
Insurance, ONIC Holdings, Oman United Insurance, and Muscat
National Holding (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-95
Turkey - A Market Profile RE-95
Reinsurance in Recent Past RE-95
South Africa - Catastrophe Reinsurance Thriving RE-96
Zambia RE-96
Table 63: Zambian Insurance Industry (2003): Reinsurance
Premiums in ZMK Million for Leading Companies by Segment -
Life and Non-Life (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-96

Table 64: Zambian Insurance Industry (2003): Reinsurance
Share of Claims in ZMK Million for Leading Companies by
Segment - Life and Non-Life (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) RE-96

3g. Latin America RE-97
Market Overview RE-97
Reinsurance Picks Up Momentum RE-97
The Changing Face of Reinsurance RE-97

3g(i).Argentina RE-98
Insurance Industry - A Backgrounder RE-98
Liberalization Unfurls Potential RE-98
Foreign Participation - Positive for the Market RE-98

3g(ii).Brazil RE-99
The End of Monopoly RE-99
Better Scope for Expansion in Reinsurance RE-99
Brazil Opens Reinsurance Sector RE-99
Competition Delimited by IRB: A Review RE-99
Rules Governing Reinsurance Retrocessions RE-100
How Much a Tariff Market? RE-100

3g(iii).Chile RE-101
Highly Expensive Reinsurance RE-101
Key Changes to Legislations RE-101
Taxation Structure RE-101
Major Trends in the Sector RE-101
Requirements for a Reinsurer RE-102
Key Reinsurance Types RE-102
Treaty Reinsurance RE-102
Commissions by Various Sectors RE-103
Catastrophe Reinsurance RE-103
Outlook RE-103
Facultative Reinsurance RE-103
Commissions by Various Sectors RE-104
Alternative Risk Transfer RE-104
Deregulation - A Review of Market Scenario RE-104
A Past Perspective RE-104
Table 65: Chilean Reinsurance Market for 1999-2001: Premium
and Claims Ceded in CLP Billion (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) RE-105

Table 66: Major Reinsurance Brokers in Chile for 2001 by
Percentage of Premiums Ceded (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) RE-105

3g(iv).Mexico RE-106
Largest Natural Calamity Reinsurance Market in Latin America RE-106
Table 67: Mexico-Rate on Line for the years 1988-2004
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart) RE-106

3g(v).Peru RE-107
Earthquake Reinsurance is the Key RE-107

3g(vi).Caribbean RE-107
Absence of Disaster Gives the Reinsurance Sector a Breather RE-107

4. Product Launches RE-108
RMS to Launch Reinsurance Platform to Transform Portfolio Risk
Management RE-108
Guy Carpenter Introduces SelectCat RE-108

5. Recent Industry Activity RE-109
Tawa to Acquire PXRE Reinsurance Company RE-109
Allied World Assurance to Take Over Converium Insurance RE-109
W.R. Berkley Acquires American Mining Insurance RE-109
Endurance Acquires ARMtech RE-109
Munich Re to Acquire Midland Company RE-110
Liberty Mutual Acquires Ohio Casualty RE-110
Brown & Brown Acquires Dalton’s Assets RE-110
THB to Acquire Lloyd’s Broking Business and Overseas Interests
of PWS RE-110
Enstar Australia Acquires AMP’s Australian Insurance Operations RE-111
Validus Acquires Talbot RE-111
Hiscox Acquires Kidnap and Ransom Business from Aon RE-111
ACE and JLT Enter Joint Venture RE-111
TietoEnator Divests Reinsurance and Leasing Operations RE-111
China Reinsurance to Increase Stake in CLR RE-112
Zimre Establishes First Reinsurance Company in Mozambique RE-112
Brit Insurance to Establish New Reinsurance Company RE-112
Max Re Capital Changes its Name RE-112
Indonesian Govt to Divest Stake in Two Companies RE-113
China Reinsurance to Increase Stake in China P&C Reinsurance RE-113
Bank of America to Form JV with Lloyds RE-113
Genworth Partners with GMAC RE-113
Millea Enters into Partnership with JP Morgan RE-113
Allianz Acquires Stake in ROSNO RE-113
Fortress Group to Buy Alea RE-114
PXRE and Argonaut Pens Merger Deal RE-114
Enstar Acquires Inter-Ocean Holdings RE-114
Lloyds Starts Chinese Operations RE-114
Swiss Re to Acquire Stake in TKK Healthcare RE-114
Paris Re Holdings Acquires AXA Re’s Present Business RE-114
Berkshire Hathaway to Meet Liabilities of Lloyd RE-114
Berkshire Acquires Converium Reinsurance RE-115
Hiscox Pens Reinsurance Agreement with WL Ross & Co RE-115
Bradford Acquires Best Title & Processing LLC RE-115
TPG-Axon Buys Stake in DaVinci ReInsurance RE-115
Castlewood Acquires Enstar Group RE-115
Reliance Standard Acquires Integrated DisAbility Resources RE-115
Sage Global to Buy JPJ Reinsurance RE-116
XL Capital Acquires Servus Life RE-116
Swiss Re Snaps Up GE Insurance Solutions RE-116
Enstar Group Buys Cavell Management RE-116
Swiss Re Snaps up GE Insurance Solutions RE-116
Jubilee Managing Acquires Cassidy Davis RE-116
CLI Acquires Axis USA RE-116
UMRe Merges with National Re RE-117
Gallagher Merges Reinsurance Brokerage Subsidiaries RE-117
Munich Re Finds a Buyer for Stake in HVB RE-117
American International Ups Stake in Richmond Insurance RE-117
CTRH to Acquire CORIFRANCE and Terra Nova SAS RE-117
Strategy International to Acquire RS Group RE-117
Schweizerische to Acquire Employers Reinsurance andGE
Insurance Solutions RE-117
Afro-Asian Lure Causes Merger Ripples in the Middle East RE-118
Renaissance Re to Sell Equity Stake in Platinum RE-118
Endurance Reinsurance to Acquire Assets of XL Reinsurance RE-118
CI Sells Cars Acquires Strategy Holding RE-118
Swiss Reinsurance Acquires Valley Forge Life Insurance RE-118
Enstar Group Inc Acquires Turegum Insurance Co RE-118
Wisdom International Corp. Plans to Acquire International
Reinsurance RE-119
Odyssey Re Holdings Plans to Acquire Overseas Partners US
Reinsurance RE-119
IBM Plans to Acquire Liberty Insurance Services Corp RE-119
Arthur J Gallagher Acquires Specialty Advisory Services RE-119
Willis Group Enters into an Agreement with Primary RE-119
Met Life Inc Divests Unit in Indonesia RE-120

6. Strategic Corporate Developments in Past RE-121
Scottish Re Acquires ERC Life Reinsurance Corp. RE-121
XL Capital and Five European Insurers form Joint Venture for
Terrorism Coverage RE-121
Acordia Establishes Reinsurance Brokerage Division RE-121
GE Frankona Re Establishes New Aviation Unit RE-121
Gerling Global Re of America Starts Reorganization RE-121
ING Re Leaves Cat Market RE-122
Max Re Acquires Stake in DaVinci Re RE-122
RVI Guaranty Forms a New Reinsurance Company RE-122
Special Risk Insurance and Reinsurance Luxembourg Commences
Operations RE-122
Trenwick’s Deal with Chubb Re RE-122
W.R. Berkley Forms a New Subsidiary RE-122
Mapfre Re Joins Inreon Reinsurance Trading Platform RE-123
Heritage Underwriting Establishes Lloyd’s Syndicate RE-123
XL Capital Assurance Establishes New Subsidiary in the UK RE-123
Jardine Lloyd Thompson Streamlines Business Operations RE-123
Arab Insurance Group Takes Control of Arig Re’s Operations RE-123
IndependenceCare Acquires Managed Care Reinsurance Facility RE-123
Eureko Purchases Foreign and Colonial Management Ltd. RE-124
EW Blanch, Ben field Greig Group Merge to Form Ben field Blanch RE-124
Copenhagen Reinsurance Sets Up Office in Spain RE-124
Reinsurance Group of America Creates New Unit RE-124
Transatlantic Re Acquires a 40% Stake in Kuwait Re RE-124

7. Focus on Select Players Worldwide RE-125
Allianz SE, Germany RE-125
Amlin Plc, UK RE-125
Converium Group, Switzerland RE-125
Equity Insurance Group Ltd, UK RE-125
GE Insurance Solution, US RE-126
General Insurance Corp., India RE-126
Atradius, Germany RE-126
Great -West Lifeco Inc., Canada RE-126
Hannover Re Group, Germany RE-127
Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc., US RE-127
Hiscox Ltd, UK RE-127
Lloyds of London, UK RE-128
Lloyds TSB Life Assurance Company Limited, UK RE-128
Muenchener Rueckversicherungs-Gesellschaft AG, Germany RE-128
QBE Insurance Group, Australia RE-129
Partner Reinsurance Company Ltd, Bermuda RE-129
Scor SE, France RE-129
Sompo Japan Insurance Inc., Japan RE-129
Swiss Reinsurance, Switzerland - Leading P&C Insurer in the World RE-130
The PMI Group, Inc., US RE-130

8. Leading Reinsurance Brokers RE-131
Alexander Forbes Ltd., South Africa RE-131
Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., US RE-131
Brown & Brown Inc. ,US RE-131
HBOS PLC, UK RE-132
Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group Plc RE-132
Willis Group Holdings Ltd., UK - Leading Global Insurance Broker RE-132
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  • Allianz SE, Germany RE-
  • Amlin Plc, UK RE-
  • Converium Group, Switzerland RE-
  • Equity Insurance Group Ltd, UK RE-
  • GE Insurance Solution, US RE-
  • General Insurance Corp., India RE-
  • Atradius, Germany RE-
  • Great -West Lifeco Inc., Canada RE-
  • Hannover Re Group, Germany RE-
  • Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc., US RE-
  • Hiscox Ltd, UK RE-
  • Lloyds of London, UK RE-
  • Lloyds TSB Life Assurance Company Limited, UK RE-
  • Muenchener Rueckversicherungs-Gesellschaft AG, Germany RE-
  • QBE Insurance Group, Australia RE-
  • Partner Reinsurance Company Ltd, Bermuda RE-
  • Scor SE, France RE-
  • Sompo Japan Insurance Inc., Japan RE-
  • Swiss Reinsurance, Switzerland - Leading P&C Insurer in the World RE-
  • The PMI Group, Inc., US RE-
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