Simon Ashworth, Louis Botticelli, Jasper Goring & Michael Shen
As the world marches towards an increasingly interconnected future, cyber will become one of the biggest risks that companies will need to manage—and insurers will need to qualify, price and underwrite. This will mean a fundamental shifting of the portfolio mix for most insurers.
The growth of cyber insurance shows no signs of slowing. As market penetration and new covers emerge, it might not be long before we talk not of P&C, but PC&C—property, casualty and cyber.
That was one of the observations from a recent session of Intelligent Insurer’s Re/insurance Lounge, the online, on-demand platform for interviews and panel discussions with the market’s leading players and thinkers.
To explore the prospects for cyber and what it will mean for the industry and insureds, the Re/insurance Lounge brought together a diverse panel of analysts, carriers and brokers:
S&P Global Ratings, Markel Specialty, Gallagher Re, Canopius, Cyber, Property & Casualty, Insurance, Reinsurance, North America