Research by French reinsurer CCR in partnership with Météo-France and RiskWeaterTech has enabled them to highlight and evaluate the exposure to rare tropical storms of territories the vulnerabilities of which were, until very recently, underestimated, as David Moncoulon reports.
RSG Transactional Risks Europe is the new brand for RSG’s successful transactional risk insurance business which has recently opened an office in continental Europe. Here, its business leaders discuss their strategy to expand its reach and product range with Intelligent Insurer.
New York-based reinsurance provider AM Re Syndicate has a unique position in the market as it underwrites specialty quota share reinsurance exclusively, as the firm’s Shevawn Barder explains to Intelligent Insurer.
Risk pools can be an efficient way to insure and manage risks in countries which regularly suffer natural disasters. But is the gap between policy buyers and sellers being bridged quickly enough to make these pools possible? Intelligent Insurer reports.
Intelligent Insurer goes beneath the surface of the risk pool sector to discover why so many insurance firms are keen to get involved.
Insurers that offer cyber protection have increasingly realised that they must partner with specialist cyber firms to make this a truly effective product. Intelligent Insurer looks at how such partnerships work.
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.
The launch of blockchain insurance startup B3i’s Cat XoL product is opening the door for the re/insurance industry to embrace distributed ledger technology. B3i’s chief marketing officer Ken Marke outlines its aims.
The leading provider of web-based property valuation solutions, e2Value takes a unique approach to insurance-to-value and collateral value monitoring. Co-founder Todd Rissel explains how it works.
Property monitoring technology makes data-driven underwriting easier and better informed than ever, as Shepherd CEO Stephen Chadwick explains to Intelligent Insurer.