Michael Dennis, Chief Executive Officer, said, “Bernina Re’s property catastrophe-driven reinsurance and retro book has shown great resilience in 2022, the fifth costliest year on record for insurers, with the second costliest insured loss event on record globally. We have delivered a pleasing overall underwriting profit, including a profit contribution from our 2022 underwriting year, despite the significant industry loss caused by Hurricane Ian in September 2022. A more favourable interest rate environment for our conservative investment portfolio has further contributed to the positive net result for the Company.
Bernina Re has been well placed to take advantage of strong market conditions during the January 2023 renewal period and beyond. Together with the persisting interest rate environment, these dynamics have contributed to a positive financial performance in 2023 to date.”
Bernina Re is a specialist reinsurance and retrocession provider. We offer our clients risk-transfer products and solutions underpinned by disciplined and prudent underwriting, superior analytical capabilities, and a culture of professional excellence. Our capital is provided by funds managed by Credit Suisse Insurance Linked Strategies Ltd. (Credit Suisse ILS). Bernina Re is registered in Bermuda and is licensed as a Class 3A reinsurer.
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