Rajeev Sharan – Vice President at Swiss Re

Rajeev Sharan – Vice President Swiss Re, Senior Economist Swiss Re Institute

Rajeev Sharan joined Swiss Re in March 2008. He brings a rich financial services experience, IT/database knowledge and financial modeling skills. He analyses the insurance and reinsurance markets and the macroeconomic environment in emerging as well as advanced markets in Europe and Asia. He leads/contributes to several research initiatives including but not limited to health protection gap, mortality protection gap, climate change, digitalization and machine intelligence. He is one of the co-authors of the annual natural catastrophe sigma series and has authored several other thought leadership pieces and sigma publications. He also has a rich experience in end-to-end primary surveys and consumer research.

Prior to Swiss Re, Rajeev worked as a Senior Associate at Infosys Ltd in Bangalore, India on both credit and equity research side. Rajeev started his career in 2006 as a Relationship Manager at Axis Bank (erstwhile UTI Bank) in New Delhi, India.

Rajeev is an MBA in Finance and holds a bachelor’s degree in information technology.

Reinsurance professional with over 15 years of experience in financial research, economic research, strategy development, stakeholder management, team building, business consulting, competitor analysis, forecasting, market intelligence and country analysis. With the deep industry and subject matter expertise, the team provides thought leadership and strategic support to the organization.

Latest reviews by Rajeev Sharan
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Global Economic and Insurance Market Outlook 2023-2024
Analytics expect global GDP to grow by just 1.7% in real terms in 2023 as inflationary recessions approach major economies
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Insurance and Macroeconomic Outlook in Financial System Stresses
The global insurance industry faces multiple pressures this year but we expect rate hardening to regain momentum in response
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Global Insurance Premium Volumes to Reach New High
For insurers, the main inflation impact will show in rising claims costs, more in non-life than life insurance in which policy benefits are defined at inception
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Global Insurance Premium to surpass $7 trillion. World Insurance Outlook
Swiss Re estimate strong 6.1% nominal growth in total premiums (non-life and life) in 2022. That translates into near flat growth (+0.4%)