Back issues

2016coverThe Run Off & Restructuring Yearbook & Directory 2016 is here 

To read the Yearbook & Directory including feature articles click here.

To search the online Directory of Service Providers click here

 


 

Inside the Yearbook & Directory 2016:

Flexibility rules in the new normal
A new regulatory climate in the wake of the financial crisis means the legacy insurance market faces new challenges – but also new opportunities. Alan Augustin and Andrew Ward of PricewaterhouseCoopers analyse the new legacy landscape

Run-off after Solvency II
What next now Solvency II has arrived? Arndt Gossmann of DARAG reflects on the major opportunities ahead for legacy practitioners in Continental Europe

Legacy attracts new investors
There is a steadily growing interest in legacy business, spawning more buyers backed by a wider range of financing. Barbara Hadley reports

Secrets of a successful liquidation
The final winding up of the Legion Insurance Company last year represents a major run-off triumph say Gregg Frederick and Mike Palmer

The Insurance Act 2015 and the run-off market
All insurance and reinsurance contracts entered into from August this year will be subject to the Insurance Act 2015. David Kendall of Cooley (UK) LLP looks at the impact and implications for the legacy sector

Transfers bring new options for US market
Kevin Gill and Luann Petrellis reflect on how the Rhode Island Insurance Business Transfer initiative could emulate the success of the UK’s Part VII process

A-Z of service providers

Index of service providers

To read the above articles click the cover image


Yearbook 2015FCThe Run Off & Restructuring Yearbook & Directory of Service Providers 2015

 

 

To read the Yearbook & Directory as an e-magazine click here

To search the Online Directory of Service Providers at www.runoffandrestructuring.com click here

 

 

Inside the Yearbook & Directory 2015:

Finding the right exit route                                    
The landscape for exiting legacy business has changed in recent years. More processes are available but some old favourites look less attractive. Geraldine Quirke of Clyde & Co reviews the current options

Asbestos still casts a shadow                                    
Historic liabilities continue to present problems while asbestos in the built environment, plus its continued use in some parts of the world, are storing up trouble for the future. Derek Austin reports

Fracking has potential for asbestos-like coverage disputes                    
Hydraulic fracturing and the risks involved are highly controversial. Insurers should be aware of the potential liabilties and scope for disputes, reports Barbara Hadley

Run-off in Continental Europe: the impact of Solvency II                    
The focus on capital efficiency under the new regime is leading more European re/insurers to transfer their legacy business, says Arndt Gossmann of DARAG

LIMA offers a new option                                    
Transfers of closed business portfolios are now possible in the US under Vermont's Legacy Insurance Management Act. Anna Petropoulos and Adam M Lewis of Apetrop USA explain how it works

Model validation under Solvency II                                
Gary Wells and Jonathan Glowacki of Milliman advise on building a framework for an effective model validation, a key stage in obtaining regulatory approval

A-Z of service providers                                    

Index of service providers 
              

To read the above articles click the cover image      


Cover2014

Yearbook & Directory of Service Providers 2014

 

To read a digital version of the Yearbook, click the cover image, left.







Inside the Yearbook & Directory 2014:

Legacy management matures in Europe  
Continental insurers’ attitudes have changed as Solvency II draws near. An increasing number of them are now looking for ways to release capital tied up in run-off business, says Arndt Gossmann of DARAG

The view from New Jersey  
The October Rendez-Vous gave Carolyn Fahey of AIRROC the opportunity to gather delegates’ views on the state of the market, current trends and challenges ahead

Taking an active role  
Jenny Fair, deputy chair of IRLA, looks back over an eventful year for the association and its members

What next for schemes?  
A change of regulatory regime has caused some schemes of arrangement to be delayed or postponed. Colin Czapiewski believes changes in the solvent scheme process can address policyholders’ concerns and ensure that schemes remain a viable exit route

Who needs a data warehouse?  
It gives you greater control of your data and a clearer view of your business, but be sure the design matches your particular needs, advises Richard Brown of City Computers

A-Z of service providers 

Index of service providers

coverspacerWe are no longer publishing the quarterly Run Off & Restructuring magazine. We continue to publish the annual Yearbook & Directory in print and online.

The final print edition (Winter 2012) of the quarterly magazine can be viewed in digital form here or you can download it as a PDF.

The complete Autumn 2012 issue can be read here 

The complete Summer 2012 issue can be read here 

The complete Spring 2012 issue can be read here
     
 

 

   |      |   

Run Off & Restructuring 2002 to 2017 All rights reserved.

      

Dir2016banner