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  • Telematics for ships

    Marine insurance is an old business, but new ways of studying shipping data could afford hull and machinery underwriters better insight into the risks they are insuring.

  • Alt cap growth blows past Q4 roadblocks

    Alternative capital investors have adapted to the hurricanes, wildfires and earthquakes that occurred late last year, with industry brokers in agreement that capacity will rise again in 2018.

  • An improving forecast for weather risk specialists

    The outlook for weather risk management is looking bright thanks to increasing demand, reduced basis risk and better products.

  • Life insurers’ secret weapon: Behavioral economics

    For life insurers, behavioral economics is the key to bridging a protection gap of approximately $12bn.

  • Insurers in search of a future-proof investment strategy

    How should insurers adapt their investment strategy to a rising interest rate environment and future uncertainties around inflation? AXA-IM’s Mathilde Sauvé and Chris Price discuss the implications of a changing market dynamic and the choices available to insurers in the UK and the Eurozone.

  • Market disjointed on terror risk

    The shift in how terror attacks are perpetrated has left a divide in the market as to how to properly cover the risk.

  • QBE primed for North America growth

    QBE North America’s CEO Russell Johnston has carried on where his predecessor Dave Duclos left off in driving through stability at the business, with growth now on the cards.

  • A decade of change

    Mike Foley has spent the past decade at the helm of Zurich North America, but his time with the carrier is now ending. He looks back at the last 10 years and tells Reactions about his future plans.

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