Despite the global economic crisis and the upheavals of the Arab Spring, the Middle East and North Africa is looking particularly attractive to re/insurers in 2013. Jenny White explains why.
With a firm foothold in the MENA region, Saudi Re is now looking to capitalise on its position in the market while also diversifying into new markets and lines of business, as Fahad Al-Hesni, chief executive of Saudi Re, explains to Intelligent Insurer.
Insurers in the MENA region need to change the way they write business if they wish to remain viable clients for their local reinsurers. Intelligent Insurer spoke to Michael Gertsch, chief executive officer at Dubai-based reinsurer Gulf Re, about the need for change in this growing market.
At a time when investors are more inclined to use sidecars and other alternative ways to invest in the reinsurance industry, one substantial traditional start-up reinsurer has come into being in Asia.
Two years after he took the reins at Guy Carpenter, Alex Moczarski, its president and chief executive, discusses his achievements so far, the challenges ahead and why innovation and traditional values need not be a contradiction.
Intelligent Insurer is proud to announce the ‘Legal Elite’ Awards 2013
We polled our readers and carried out independent research to compile the list of winners for the Intelligent Insurer US Awards 2012. Here, we present the results.
TigerRisk's CEO Rod Fox explains why the opportunities for the broker are greater than ever, how client success lists are being rapidly realised and why people misunderstand his long-standing association with the US Navy SEALs.
The re/insurance industry is increasingly being told to innovate by senior executives who know what they’re talking about. But how serious is the situation, and what are the true downsides to maintaining the status quo, asks Intelligent Insurer.
Greg Case, Aon's chief executive, explains to Intelligent Insurer the reasons behind the shift of address and why a more complex risk landscape is a good thing for brokers.