Features

Find an Article

Filter articles

Showing 31 to 40 of 1156 results

Climate change prompts ‘forceful model adjustment’ at Swiss Re, says CFO

Global20-02-2020Catastrophe, Energy, General Insurance, Health Insurance, Life & Health

Natural catastrophe, sustainability and the Covid-19 coronavirus were high on the agenda for Swiss Re as its leaders pledged to reach net-zero emissions by 2030.

Parametric based insurtech pays out one day after storm Ciara

UK18-02-2020Flood Insurance

Recent flood damage caused by storm Ciara and Dennis has heightened awareness of growing flood risks again. Parametric flood policies and live flood forecasting are key developments allowing insurers and business to tackle flood risk.

The influences shaping future insurance M&A

Global18-02-2020General Insurance, Life Reinsurance, Non-life Insurance, Political Risk and Trade Credit

Artificial intelligence and machine learning that leverage large legacy, and not so legacy, data caches are set to provide improved pricing accuracy for firms merging with or acquiring others, while Latin America and Asia offer fresh conquests for acquisitive firms. Intelligent Insurer investigates.

Coronavirus ‘a wake up call’ for insurers

Global10-02-2020Health Insurance, Life Reinsurance, Risk Modelling

As the coronavirus continues to spread, questions are being raised regarding its potential impact on the insurance industry and global economy

Economic reform key for burgeoning Brazilian reinsurance market

Latin America07-02-2020Catastrophe, Insurance-linked Securities (ILS)

Brazil’s evolving reinsurance market still has significant barriers to entry, but economic reform and changes to regulation could whet foreign investor appetite.

Start-up broker aims to boost diversity in insurance

North America06-02-2020

Two industry stalwarts, formerly of Willis Re and Maxfield Risk Consulting, have teamed up to create a more diverse and technologically aligned insurance industry with the launch of a fresh thinking re/insurance broker.

Nat cat events in US and Japan bring substantial losses for Hannover Re

Japan, North America05-02-2020Catastrophe

Despite an ‘overall satisfying renewal’, according to CEO Jean-Jean Henchoz, natural catastrophe events in the US and Japan presented substantial loss burdens for Hannover Re and with €3.5 billion up for renewal in these regions in the coming months, significant rate increases are expected.

Axa in advanced stages to sell Polish side of business

Europe04-02-2020Hull Insurance, Life Insurance, Motor re/insurance

After seeing losses in the life sector and a lack of scale in other sectors, the French insurer is progressing its preparations to sell the Polish side of its business.

Icebreaker One aims to address climate data latency in insurance industry

Global03-02-2020Catastrophe

With more climate data collected than ever before, an organisation developing an open standard of climate data sharing claims to have the key to unlocking a sclerotic sharing system.

Insurance leader calls for greater government guidance to combat climate risk

Global03-02-2020General Insurance

Senior insurance sector leaders emphasised the importance of government leadership in combating climate change during a Fitch roadshow panel discussion on the future of the non-life market.

Showing 31 to 40 of 1156 results

Intelligent Insurer