Few disagree that John Neal, the chief executive of Lloyd’s for a year, has done much to move the market in the right direction. But the sheer scale and complexity of his task raises questions of whether the overall war can be won. Intelligent Insurer gauged the views of the market around the future of Lloyd’s.
The nat cat loss experiences of 2017 and 2018 have shown the weaknesses of relying upon a standardised external model without internal enhancement through the application of expert judgement and actuarial technique. Dirk Lohmann of Schroders investigates the solutions.
The Bermuda Stock Exchange has launched an environmental, social and governance initiative that aims to enable sustainable and responsible growth for its member companies and the wider community. Greg Wojciechowski caught up with Intelligent ILS to explain what this means for the exchange and the ILS markets.
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.
Hailed as one of the few insurtech technologies with the potential to transform the centuries-old re/insurance industry, blockchain is finally moving from 'hype' to reality as companies are becoming increasingly focused on investment returns and solutions with real-world use.
Say its name too loud and it might disappear—the onset of a hard market has been whispered about for some 12 months. Even if rates are hardening, is the industry clutching at straws when underlying exposures also seem to be increasing, and with so much capacity waiting in the wings? Intelligent Insurer investigates.
A new generation of workers represents the future for the re/insurance sector. Intelligent Insurer investigates some of the tactics being used by companies to ensure they attract, retain and motivate this generation.
When an M&A deal is potentially on the table, the board’s primary responsibility should be to maximise value to shareholders. Intelligent Insurer looks at key factors which ensure a successful transaction.
The next generation represents the future for insurers, as both customers and employees. Intelligent Insurer looks at some of the tactics being used by insurers to ensure their products and services appeal to and engage with this audience.
As the speed of change in reinsurance quickens, driven by technology and new forms of capital, reinsurers must respond by ensuring they attract, motivate and keep the best people, Laurent Montador of French reinsurer CCR, tells Intelligent Insurer.