Insurer/managing general agent (MGA) Markerstudy defines itself as a digital company since embarking on a road of innovation and ultimately transformation five years ago—a journey that continues to reshape the company and which often yields some surprising results.
Insurtech, new risks and the growing involvement of the capital markets are all making the re/insurance industry more attractive to young people—and they look increasingly critical to its future. As part of a wider feature available online, Intelligent Insurer speaks to 45 young executives—all under 35—destined for success within this evolving sector.
Munich Re will target higher profits by growing its property/casualty (P&C) reinsurance business, turning around its primary insurer ERGO, taking advantage of digitisation and by cutting costs, CEO Joachim Wenning explained during the reinsurer’s second-quarter results presentation.
Regulatory issues and heightened monitoring by regulators and stakeholders are impacting bank boards in Greece, says Konstantine Antonopoulos of Matrix Insurance & Reinsurance Brokers.
On-demand insurer for the gig and sharing economy Tapoly is in talks with investors to raise £0.5 million and allow the UK-based insurtech firm to leverage the potential of artificial intelligence, CEO Janthana Kaenprakhamroy tells Intelligent Insurer.
DXC’s innovative Digital Minds programme is an opportunity for brokers, insurers and London Market associations to embrace and lead digital change within the industry. Its founder Caroline Bedford told Intelligent Insurer how the programme is producing the digitally switched-on C-suites of the future.
Size is an increasingly important factor in the success of reinsurance businesses, according to SCOR, and the pressure remains on smaller players to merge.
In its July 2018 ILS market update Willis Towers Watson claims that the ILS market continues to power forwards. Intelligent ILS reports.
RSG Underwriting Managers (the underwriting arm of Ryan Specialty Group) underwrites in the global energy markets via two MGUs: Global Special Risks (GSR), which focuses on fossil fuels, and PERse, which focuses on renewable energy. In this article, executives from each unit offer their perspectives on the challenges and opportunities facing these aspects of the energy sector.