Actions towards bringing an insurtech solution to market speak louder than words when it comes to attracting insurtech investment, an Intelligent Insurer Re/insurance Lounge panel heard.
Insurers, providers and investors discuss the rise and rise of the insurtech sector, its popularity with investors and its future.
The Geneva Association’s task force has drafted one of the most comprehensive looks at climate change risks for insurers to date, and recommends slow but steady action.
The threat of catastrophe losses from hurricanes may be re/insurers’ main concern when writing business in Florida—but, in fact, there are many arguably bigger challenges that are manmade, and therefore potentially preventable.
Florida accounts for some 10 percent of all cat risk globally, but the market is in crisis—again. A panel of experts discussed some of the challenges facing the state’s insurance carriers and what that means for the reinsurers that support them.
Another year, another Fed-propelled rally. A review of NEAM’s 2020 fixed income return forecast and our return outlook for 2021, by Vincent DeLucia of NEAM.
Climate change has created challenges that the industry has never had to deal with before. But the mounting threats may be accompanied by opportunities, according to a panel of industry experts.
Climate change is here, and it is here to stay, but what are the responsibilities of the re/insurance industry and what role will it play in partnership with other stakeholders? Intelligent Insurer reports.
As President Joe Biden’s administration moves climate change up the US agenda, four experts highlight what this means for the re/insurance industry. The impact is expected to be felt on everything—from regulation to clients’ insurance needs.
As President Joe Biden’s administration places a focus on COVID-19 recovery, four industry experts explain what his presidency means for the re/insurance market.