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  1. sigma 50 years anniversary

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    Swiss Re leaders and former chief economists reflect on sigma's 50 year anniversary. The topics changed, but curating data has remained a key focus for sigma. Through its rigorous economic analysis and richness of data, sigma has built a strong reputation

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  3. sigma 4/2016: Mutual insurance in the 21st century: back to the future?

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    Over the past few years, premiums written by mutual insurers have outpaced the growth of the wider insurance market. The sector has undergone a modest recovery but also faces new challenges. Between 2007 and 2014, premiums written by member-owned mutual in

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  4. sigma 5/2016: Strategic reinsurance and insurance: the increasing trend of customised solutions

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    There is a growing trend toward more holistic and customised use of reinsurance and insurance solutions. The demand for structured and more strategically-motivated re/insurance programs is growing across the industry. Risk transfer is a fundamental premise

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  5. sigma 5/2018: Global economic and insurance outlook 2020

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    Our main concern is escalation of current US/trade tensions into a global trade war scenario. Swiss Re Institute estimates that the US economy will grow by 2.9% growth in real terms in 2018, and by 2.2% in 2019 and 1.7% in 2020, as the Federal Reserve beco

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  6. sigma 6/2018: Mortality improvement: understanding the past and framing the future

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    A number of risk factors, which can be classified as either biomedical, behavioural or socio-economic, have a significant impact on mortality. The latest edition of sigma examines developments in mortality improvement and whether the recent signs that mort

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  7. sigma 01/2014 Natural catastrophes and man-made disasters in 2013

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    According to the latest sigma study, global insured losses from natural catastrophes and man-made disasters were USD 45 billion in 2013, down from USD 81 billion in 2012. Of the 2013 insured losses, USD 37 billion were generated by natural catastrophes, wi

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  8. 4/2018: Rentabilität der Nichtlebenversicherung: Vorsicht, Lücke!

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    Der zu beobachtende Anstieg der Prämiensätze scheint auf einen Wendepunkt im Preiszyklus des Nichtleben-Versicherungsmarkts hinzudeuten. Insgesamt jedoch befinden sich die meisten grossen Märkte noch immer in einer Phase unterdurchschnittlicher Rentabilitä

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  9. Swiss Re expects demand for natural catastrophe cover to double in high-growth markets and to rise by around 50% in mature markets by 2020

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    Reinsurance demand to cover natural catastrophes is expected to double in high-growth markets and to increase by 50% in mature markets by 2020 Nat cat pricing rates are experiencing decreases, but are expected to stabilise in 2014 Inflow of alternative cap

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