In an environment marked by new technology, emerging urban social trends and continually changing legal developments, Gallagher Re’s Motor and Auto team has the necessary skills and expertise to manage your needs.
Gallagher Re undertakes the full range of traditional and alternative motor and auto reinsurance transactions. We also partner with our corporate advisory group to provide initial public offering (IPO) and management buyout (MBO) structures for motor-focused clients, some of which have delivered wholly original solutions. Gallagher Re's Motor and Auto team has an enviable track record of establishing new insurance start-ups, be they Protected Cell Companies or MGAs in Lloyd's, the UK, Malta and Gibraltar. Our service is built around a number of key pillars:
- Analysing the Impact of Reinsurance on Key Performance Indicators
We make use of the advantage of deploying actuarially qualified brokers within the broking unit and use a suite of models that help evaluate the impact of alternative reinsurance solutions on key financial drivers and size and cost of capital.
- Market Data Analytics
Our extensive market database provides reliable trend analysis of large losses, including propensity for significant bodily injury claims.
- Contractual Excellence
Among the contract features we've been able to negotiate are introducing a capitalization clause for periodical payment orders in the UK to unlock capacity and greater client protection in the event of a reinsurer downgrade.
- Knowledge and Relationships
We pride ourselves on our market experience and staying current on new products and concepts with our research and analysis.
- Engaging with the Future
We are closely involved in groups that enable us to assess the impact of factors such as telematics, autonomous vehicles and the changing demographics of vehicle ownership, such as vehicle and ride sharing.
- Product Development
Examples of our recent product innovations are the first multi-territory stop loss using both traditional insurance and capital markets, "double trigger" contracts and the development of a market without the traditional requirement for losses to be indexed.