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Cities have $577bn of GDP at risk from nat cats, cyber attacks and civil conflicts in 2019, Cambridge Centre study reveals.
We are pleased to announce Albert Benchimol, President and CEO, AXIS Capital, as the opening keynote.
A large cyber attack could devastate the premium base of even non-cyber related underwriters in the SME space.
The event is set for May 23, 24, 2019 in Miami.
The region continues to struggle with a disproportionate amount of insurable versus insured assets, says AIR Worldwide.
Fitch Ratings sets the UK non-life and London market outlook for 2019 to negative, although it’s not all bad news.
The head of Arch Capital Group has warned that the industry must ‘evolve or die’.
Overcapacity in the space insurance market is weighing on its profitability.
Not only are Swiss Re and Munich Re pulling the plug on coal companies, they’re shining a light on solar energy.
CEO Alan Colberg outlines the changes brought to its management structure, its risk selection and its embrace of new technologies.
One of the first brokers to build a book of cyber business, Chris Cotterell explains that the cyber market has come full circle.
Unstructured and underused data may be a gold mine for re/insurers according to CSC and Xchanging.
Xceedance CEO Arun Valakrishnan highlights the wealth of Indian tech talent that re/insurance businesses are failing to employ.
Developing products that actually meet the needs of those in emerging economies, as well as creating reliable and user-friendly ways of both paying premium and collecting claims, will all determine whether the multi-company multi insurance venture incubator is a success, says Aspen’s Mario Vitale.
Pool Re CEO Julian Enoizi spoke to Reactions about the new deal struck with the Treasury and the changes he is now driving through to modernise the UK'?s terrorism risk reinsurance pool.
Steve Dixon, Ace’s regional managing director for the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) suggests that the Arab Spring has spurred the insurer into pursuing new facultative reinsurance opportunities within the region.
Barnabas Hurst-Bannister may strike one initially as an old school boy in a new man’s world but initial impressions can be deceiving. This chap is in charge of London’s reform process.
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