Specialist insurance and reinsurance communications and public relations agency rein4ce has been named as a media partner for the FT Future of Insurance Summit.Read more
Rein4ce is a niche public relations firm focussed on the international insurance and reinsurance markets.
Using traditional and social media, our staff combine deep industry knowledge and great media contacts with creativity and enthusiasm to successfully promote our clients.
As well as insurers, reinsurers, insurance-linked-securities (ILS) professionals and brokers, rein4ce has worked with companies servicing the international risk industries such as lawyers, catastrophe modellers, software providers and capital markets investors.
Like the industry itself, rein4ce is international in outlook, serving clients in London, Bermuda, the United States, Canada, Switzerland and Dubai.
The fifth annual ILS report for Institutional Investors was published today by Clear Path Analysis.Read more
Rein4ce, the specialist insurance and reinsurance public relations agency, has been short-listed for PR Team of the Year in the Reactions London Market Awards.Read more
This fourth annual Insurance Asset Management, Europe 2016 report was published today.Read more
The last time I went to BIBA was back in 2009 when I worked as a reporter for Post magazine, and nine years later I found myself back in Manchester, scoping out the conference to see what was new in general insurance (GI).Read more
I asked my four-year-old son what he thought I did and after a pensive pause, he said “important work on your computer mummy”, and that I also spent all day “talking to my friends on the phone”. His prognosis was not a million miles away from reality....Read more
In recent weeks insurance leaders have been airing their views at increasing volume on the impending referendum on the UK’s membership to the European Union. From Lloyd’s CEO Inga Beale and Chief Risk Officer Sean McGovern to Stephen Hester and Mark Wilson, the CEOs of RSA and Aviva, respectively, a growing number of insurance bosses have been laying out their pragmatic rather than impassioned arguments.Read more