With job placement rates for students at close to 100 percent, more must be done to increase the profile of careers in insurance, says Sean Ramlal of US Reinsurance Under 40s.
Technology is changing the way insurance and underwriters can and will do business. Intelligent Insurer went to the Swiss Re Institute’s recent ‘Shaping modern underwriting’ event to hear about key trends and find out what the future of the industry could look like.
As artificial intelligence is used on an increasingly wide variety of insurance applications, insurers need to keep an eye out for additional possible uses, according to Pamela Negosanti global vice president of insurance at AI firm Expert System.
Christopher Anderson, partner at law firm Carey Olsen in Guernsey, has introduced the concept of a hybrid ILS vehicle. Here he explains why and how he came up with the idea.
While the insurance industry has traditionally been slow-moving and often late to embrace technology, this has changed in the past two years with most carriers now willing to explore the potential of artificial intelligence (AI) specifically as they bid to stay ahead of the curve.
In an industry facing a tidal wave of data, artificial intelligence is the key to unlocking superior underwriting performance. Intelligent Insurer investigates.
The technology sector in the UK is booming, and MS Amlin has launched a new product designed specifically for its increasingly complex needs, as Stephen Wares and Richard Coxon of MS Amlin explain to Intelligent Insurer.
AM Re Syndicate believes the US market is underserved by reinsurers. To solve this problem, the managing general agency is matching US primary carriers with security from Asia using quota share deals, to bring a very different offering to the market, as Intelligent Insurer reports.
The fast-moving renewable energy sector is increasingly global. It relies on the insurance sector to keep pace with its demands, as Michael Bernay of PERse, the renewable energy-focused company of Ryan Specialty Group Underwriting Managers, describes.
Spanish insurer Mapfre took some tough decisions last year—and also underperformed, according to its chief executive. Now, it wants to reap the rewards of these changes as well as its diversification to move into a new chapter, Antonio Huertas, chairman and CEO, tells Intelligent Insurer.