The fast-moving renewable energy sector is increasingly global. It relies on the insurance sector to keep pace with its demands, as Michael Bernay of PERse, the renewable energy-focused company of Ryan Specialty Group Underwriting Managers, describes.
There are some chief execs right now taking a pretty good look at their own affairs in terms of how they spend company funds. I have also heard of a number of companies asking their investor relations teams for a thorough analysis of peer-related performance.
The re/insurance industry is no stranger to sex scandals. Relationships between colleagues will happen no matter what, so how can employers ensure they protect themselves and their workforce when Cupid’s arrow lands? Intelligent Insurer reports.
The Californian wildfires of 2018 set new records in terms of losses and left risk modelling agencies scrambling to reassure insurers they can get a handle on the risks.
Autonomous vehicles will transform many industries sooner than we think, and the implications for insurers are profound and complex. In the second of two articles about driverless cars Intelligent Insurer looks in more detail at the possible consequences for the motor insurance market.
Driverless cars seem destined to redefine the landscape for motor re/insurers—the only question is how quickly. Intelligent Insurer assessed the views of insurance executives in an online survey.
The race to reap the rewards of insurtech has prompted a growing number of re/insurers to launch their own venture capital arms—but this comes with potential risks as well as rewards. Intelligent Insurer investigates.
Rates will harden in 2019—or at the very least remain stable. That is what our readers believe as they approach the January 1 renewals. But we are also mindful that the Christmas spirit may have made some a little too optimistic.
The disruptive impact of insurtech, consolidation and further severe cat losses dominate the worries of our readers as they reflect on 2018—but they also appear resigned to grappling with such difficulties as the market heads into 2019. Those were some of the findings of the Intelligent Insurer year-end online survey.
Investors demand everything from growth to investment in technology to diversity these days, and industry CEOs will have it tough in 2019. It is no wonder that the new year’s resolution of some execs is to retire.