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Michael Faulkner

Editor

London

Michael joined Insurance Day in 2014 from Insurance Risk, where he was the editor.

 

An award-winning journalist, Michael has more than 20 years’ experience reporting on the insurance industry, having held senior editorial positions at Insurance Times and edited InsuranceERM.

 

He has a Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Birmingham.

 

At Insurance Day, Michael’s mission is to spearhead the brand’s digital development and extend its leading coverage of the London and global reinsurance markets with new data and analytical content.

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Paris-based reinsurer misses consensus expectations as combined ratio deteriorates to 87.1%

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Chubb and Swiss Re stocks rise in slow week

Berkshire stake boosts Chubb's share price as Swiss Re climbs on strong results 

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Swiss Re unveils Q1 profit beat and plans iptiQ exit

Reinsurance giants books first-quarter net income of $1.1bn, with P&C Re combined ratio ahead of expectations at 84.7%

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Re/insurers indicate manageable Baltimore bridge loss

The Francis Scott Key Bridge incident is expected to be the largest marine loss in history, but re/insurers are guiding to losses from the Baltimore bridge collapse being within expectations

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Re/insurers indicate manageable Baltimore bridge losses

The Francis Scott Key Bridge incident likely to be the largest marine loss in history, but re/insurers are guiding to losses from the Baltimore bridge collapse being within expectations

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Hannover Re P&C operating profit climbs 35% in Q1

German reinsurance giant trims combined ratio 4.3 points to 88% as Baltimore bridge losses ‘comfortably within budget’

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