Analyze Re is model-agnostic and we give our clients complete flexibility in the kind of data they upload, the metadata they can associate with their data, and so much more. The process of getting data into Analyze Re is simple. It starts with identifying the types of data that you work with daily. Our platforms only require, at the most fundamental level, that you provide a trial ID, event ID, and a loss. Since loss sets are typically CSVs, you can create a loss set and upload it onto our system.
Matisse was created with different users in mind, to enhance all workflows across organizations in the reinsurance space. We’ve visited the many benefits that Matisse brings to senior cat modelers, underwriters, and chief risk officers. But today we’ll dive into the many benefits that Matisse can provide for portfolio managers.
Matisse is a customizable analytics dashboard that streamlines reinsurance and retrocession pricing, simplifies structuring workflows, and facilitates intelligent portfolio management. Matisse was designed with Analyze Re’s vision of speed, scalability, and flexibility in mind to transform and simplify industry risk management practices.
As today’s market moves toward digitization, we understand that efficiency and profitability are key and Analyze Re’s Matisse can help. Matisse was created with our clients in mind to deliver an intuitive and customizable analytics dashboard that streamlines reinsurance and retrocession pricing, simplifies structuring workflows, and facilitates intelligent portfolio management.
Syndicates in the Lloyd’s of London are required to submit a series of core and non-core market reports in agreement with guidelines set out by Lloyd’s that ensure profitable business planning and monitoring to safeguard their high standards of underwriting and risk management. Lloyd’s collects this data from the syndicates so it can gain a probabilistic view of syndicates’ exposures to natural catastrophes. This allows Lloyd’s to calculate a market view of natural catastrophe exposures used within the Lloyd’s Internal Model (LIM) for capital setting. There are two series of reports required quarterly and twice a year respectively. Read More
In an ever-changing reinsurance industry ripe with an influx of alternative capital and new competition, reinsurers have had to identify new ways to boost the profitability of their portfolios. One approach to enhancing the strategic planning process—portfolio optimization—assists underwriting and executive teams in determining how much share to allocate to each individual contract and in constructing reinsurance portfolios that balance maximizing returns while minimizing risk. In this post, let’s confront 6 myths about portfolio optimization and debunk them once and for all. Read More