Facultative and treaty, litigation and arbitration, recoveries, run off, wordings and new products. Whatever your reinsurance requirements, we'll have you fully covered.We have a broad range of reinsurance expertise and experience.
On the contentious side, we advise on facultative and treaty reinsurance disputes, whether you're a reinsurance provider or policyholder.
We're well versed in classic coverage issues such as aggregation, claims control, follow the settlements and wording mismatches. We also advise on less common coverage issues, including in the legacy sector. Our offices in London, Hong Kong and Singapore commonly advise on a range of facultative and treaty coverage issues and disputes globally.
On the non-contentious side, we can create a reinsurance solution specific to your needs. Our diverse work in this area has seen us advise on reinsurance in the public as well as private sectors. We've advised on inter-group reinsurance structures and have extensive experience in reinsurance policy-wording review and drafting.
Examples of relevant work
Advising reinsurers on coverage issues including aggregation and contingent business interruption exposure following natural catastrophes (including the Thai floods; New Zealand and Japan earthquakes).
Legacy reinsurance recovery. Advising on reinsurance recoveries for underlying Employers' Liability claims in respect of mesothelioma.
Reinsurance or insurance wording mismatch. Advising on a high-value dispute as to whether the number of losses under an Excess of Loss treaty had the same meaning as in the underlying insurance policy.
Sub-prime notification. Advising on issues regarding the notification of sub-prime related claims under casualty clash reinsurance programmes.
Bespoke reinsurance structuring. Advising on and designing wordings for bespoke inter-group reinsurance structure for a global (re)insurer.
See our accolades
Their response time is exceptional.Chambers Asia Pacific 2017
See our accolades
They have a lot of experience and give advice which is very straightforward and clear; they don't just say what the client wants to hear.Chambers Asia Pacific 2016