Re Square

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Re Square is committed to increasing the efficiency and transparency of reinsurance transactions and providing greater choice to reinsurance buyers

  • Reinsurance Broking Platform
  • White-label
  • Auction technology
  • Advisory
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Reinsurance Broking Platform

Web-based platform available to brokers for licensing

Programme launch to digital execution
Complex auction technology
Traditional placements
Real-world flexibility
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  • Complex, multi-layered constraints
  • Effortlessly express buyer and seller preferences
  • Tiered quoting: different limits at different price points

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  • Retain and enhance highly-valued client-broker relationship
  • Traditional, firm-order-terms placement methodology
  • Interactive, flexible allocation

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  • Pure auction, pure FOT, or multiple concurrent placement streams within a single, integrated workflow
  • Entity management: multiple trading entities per market participant
  • Offline (phone) quotes


  • Marrikel rebrands as Re Square and announces partnership with The Numerical Algorithms Group

    February 2021

    Marrikel, the specialist broking technology firm, has today announced that it will rebrand as Re Square, with immediate effect. Re Square has entered into a new partnership with The Numerical Algorithms Group (NAG), the world-leading experts in numerical engineering...

  • Marrikel launches reinsurance broking platform

    July 2020

    Marrikel has launched its web-based reinsurance placement platform and signed its first broker licensee. The platform allows brokers to manage the entire reinsurance transaction-flow...



James Karim and Frederik Eloff co-founded Re Square in September 2018. They previously worked together as two of the team of five portfolio managers at Deutsche Bank’s start-up Insurance Opportunities Fund.


James started his reinsurance career at broker Guy Carpenter in 2000, after which he held a series of actuarial modelling roles at both reinsurers and reinsurance brokers. From 2010, he spent almost five years working in Aon’s reinsurance broking business, before joining Deutsche Bank. James qualified as a UK actuary in 2003 and holds a double-first-class degree in Economics from Christ’s College, Cambridge University.


Frederik started his actuarial career in product development at Zurich Financial Services. He moved into the ILS space in 2005, joining Securis Investment Partners prior to its launch. At Securis, he was involved in most aspects of portfolio management and pricing in both the life and non-life sectors. He was also responsible for designing, building and implementing Securis’ portfolio aggregation software. Frederik qualified as a UK actuary in 2006 and obtained an Honours degree (with distinction) in Financial and Actuarial Mathematics.