The World Economic Forum has unveiled its latest report about global risks—and it shows that climate change is making things increasingly complex for insurers. Intelligent Insurer investigates.
James River has withdrawn its coverage of Uber because changes in its business model and regulatory changes in California in particular made the account unprofitable. But other insurers are stepping in – and technology may hold the key to making such business profitable for insurers long term.
American investment firm among 10 biggest shareholders of coal insurers including AIG, Tokio Marine, W.R Berkley and Markel.
Laurel Di Silvestro, principal client services, and Matthew Silley, client services manager, at CyberCube, take a look at how catastrophe modelling could help spur growth in cyber ILS.
Senior executives met to discuss how the industry can rise to the challenge of accelerating change at the Intelligent Insurer and Allianz roundtable at SIRC 2019 in Singapore.
Clive O’Connell, partner, head of insurance and reinsurance at McCarthy Denning, gives his thoughts on why 2020 could be a great year for the ILS market.
Gradual progress is being made to close the gender pay gap, and a good place to start is with a willingness to acknowledge that the problem exists, as Sian Fisher, chief executive officer of the Chartered Insurance Institute, explains.
As 2019 comes to an end Tom Johansmeyer, head of PCS at Verisk, looks back at the year.
With an inclusive workplace as well as a diverse and satisfied workforce as brand ambassadors, any organisation will become a magnet for the right talent, says Deepika Mathur, chief executive officer of Markel India.
Almost three years ago, a group of insurance professionals got together to consider the challenges facing BAME individuals and those from outside the UK working in the insurance sector, as Ajay Mistry and Kishan Mangat, co-chairs of the Insurance Cultural Awareness Network, report.