Lloyd’s of London published a modernisation plan in May and the market’s CEO John Neal is now pushing to convince all stakeholders that change must be fast and decisive or they’ll risk losing out.
Unenthusiastic about retirement and unfettered from his obligations to XL, Stephen Catlin has returned to the market in dramatic fashion. Here, he tells Intelligent Insurer the real motivation behind launching his new venture Convex, what will set it apart and why his timing is perfect.
Managing general agents have grasped the insurtech sector and are moving to support communities or individuals as a way to promote their brand and also to develop new product ranges. Here racing driver Esmee Hawkey discusses her role as Landmark Underwriting’s brand ambassador.
A recent downswing in interest in investing in the ILS market might be reversed by new developments, according to a new S&P Global Ratings report.
Tom Johansmeyer of PCS, Verisk Insurance Solutions, considers five lessons the market will need to learn this summer.
The demand for weather risk products is growing. Intelligent Insurer asks Nephila Climate chairman Barney Schauble what is driving this forecast.
The long-running and increasingly bitter saga between re/insurer Argo and activist investor Voce Capital Management seems to have run its course, but is that truly the end of the matter? Intelligent Insurer reports.
As the rating agencies, regulators and investors wake up to the magnitude of the threat posed by silent cyber risk, re/insurers must get their act together and tackle this large and infinitely complex risk head-on. Intelligent Insurer reports.
Insurtechs have significantly improved the awareness and adoption of technology, although enablers have seen far greater success than the disruptors in the traditionally slow-moving insurance industry.
William Dubinsky, managing director & head of ILS at Willis Towers Watson Securities, takes a look at model clarity and other issues facing the ILS market.