A flight to quality is underway in the insurance-linked securities (ILS) market, following disappointing performance in 2017 and 2018 according to a new survey by Intelligent Insurer’s sister publication Bermuda:Re+ILS.
New figures from the UK Health and Safety Executive point to a possible peak in the number of asbestos-related deaths from mesothelioma. Intelligent Insurer investigates.
Corporate social responsibility has changed aspects of the risk transfer industry over time, but it is now becoming more important than ever for re/insurers to understand its wider consequences, Laurent Montador of CCR tells Intelligent Insurer.
Now seems to be a great time to be running an MGA – but are there downsides? And what is the future for the sector? We asked five MGAs some questions around their confidence, concerns and goals—and their opinions on technology in our virtual roundtable.
Despite its size and long track record, run-off specialist RiverStone has not sought the profile of some of its rivals. After a successful 12 months of new deals, that is starting to change, as the company’s Luke Tanzer tells Intelligent Insurer.
Israel is one of the most technology-driven economies in the world, with innovation at the heart of its business culture, and it is poised to become the global hub for insurtech innovation. Intelligent Insurer investigates.
Intelligent automation and machine learning are key to handling the large amount of data that managing general agents have to deal with every day, as Mike Kelly of AutoRek tells Intelligent Insurer.
In a world of increased connectivity and communication, and empowered shareholders, customers and other stakeholders, every large company understands that corporate social responsibility policies are important. What this really means, and how it is implemented, varies dramatically. Intelligent Insurer investigates.
Re/insurers’ approach to their investment portfolios varies significantly depending on their position in the market and backers. They are increasingly being forced to take a more holistic approach to this part of the business and also consider the wider implications of how their cash is invested. Intelligent Insurer investigates.
The demand for global cyber cover is growing, but as the marketplace has become progressively crowded and fragmented, identifying the best solution has become increasingly difficult. Reza Khan and Jamie Bouloux, the leadership behind EmergIn Risk, explain to Intelligent Insurer how they have built an organisation prepared to offer differentiated and bespoke solutions on a global basis.