Sanctions, heightened cyber threats and ratings downgrades are just the beginning of the fallout for insurers as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine continues.
As the cyber insurance market matures, it will need both standardisation and innovation to sustain its growth. But even those things won’t necessarily protect the market from some difficult times as the market develops.
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 COVID-19 pandemic has triggered an explosion in cyber crime, so why is the market growing so slowly and what does the future hold for the cyber insurance market?
Climate change has created challenges that the industry has never had to deal with before. But the mounting threats may be accompanied by opportunities, according to a panel of industry experts.
Climate change is here, and it is here to stay, but what are the responsibilities of the re/insurance industry and what role will it play in partnership with other stakeholders? Intelligent Insurer reports.
In a market still dominated by COVID-19, renewal season was met with a few unanticipated outcomes despite an early start and hardening rates, a Re/insurance Lounge panel found.
Insurers taking tough decisions on paying shareholders have a lot to consider, and pressure to make the best choice will only increase the longer the pandemic lingers on. Intelligent Insurer reports.
As the economic fallout from the pandemic continues to grow, analysts have crunched the numbers to take an early temperature check for how hard the coronavirus will hit the industry. Intelligent Insurer finds out more.
ILS investors have been battered by a series of trials in recent years including losses, loss creep, trapped capital and disappointing rate increases. Some may have paused for thought, but there is no sign of the majority walking away yet. Intelligent Insurer reports.