Includes some stuff from last week, when World Headquarters lacked electric.
- Earthquake in Oklahoma. Not a big deal for insurers.
- Aon puts the insurance tab for Thailand floods at $5B minimum. JLT rolls in at $13B.
- The CAS says thanks, but no thanks to a proposal to join up with the Society of Actuaries.
- MarketScout: Rates flat.
- The U.S. is likely to be named compliant to Solvency II standards, Fitch says. This became a fairly sure thing when Japan got the OK – its solvency system mimicking ours.