David Flandro - Head of Analytics Howden

David Flandro – Head of Analytics Howden

David Flandro is Head of Analytics Howden. Ex-Managing Director, Analytics, Hyperion X. In this capacity, he leads Hyperion’s Actuarial, Catastrophe Modelling, Advisory, Business Intelligence, and Research teams. David has held multiple positions in the sector including Global Head of Analytics, JLT Re and Global Head of Business Intelligence, Guy Carpenter.

He began his broking career as a member of the Industry Analysis & Research team at Benfield. Before that, he was an equity analyst at Merrill Lynch, covering European insurance. David is frequently involved in major pitches, client relationships, and complex transactions. He has been a regular presenter at various industry forums, and he has been frequently published on several topics in the insurance and reinsurance business. David holds an MBA in financial engineering from MIT.

Latest reviews by David Flandro
(Re)Insured Losses for Ukraine War & Ultimate Industry Loss Outlook " class="attachment-csco-thumbnail size-csco-thumbnail wp-post-image" alt="(Re)Insured Losses for Ukraine War & Ultimate Industry Loss Outlook">
(Re)Insured Losses for Ukraine War & Ultimate Industry Loss Outlook
The war in Ukraine has brought devastating humanitarian consequences first and foremost, but also unexpected losses and economic shocks
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Cyber Insurance, Ransomware & Hybrid Warfare Outlook
Russia’s War in Ukraine added a big dose of complexity into an already complicated cyber risk environment, elevating the threat of large-scale attacks
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Global Reinsurance Market 2023: Challenging Renewals & Great Realignment
Pricing cycles in the commercial insurance and reinsurance sectors are now converging, marked by price increase moderation overall for the former, albeit with strengthening