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Clear communication and legal decisions are the answer to COVID-19 disputes: Prime CEO

USA14-09-2020Claims, Life Insurance, Life Reinsurance, Non-life Insurance, Non-life Reinsurance

COVID-19 has caused immense upheaval for insurers and insureds, with many people left feeling their insurers have abandoned them in their time of need. Rick Lindsey, CEO of Prime Insurance Company, believes this sense of dissatisfaction and betrayal has escalated the situation to a point where class actions are on the cards.

Smoke signals: pricing wildfire risk

USA11-09-2020Broking, Catastrophe, Commercial Insurance, Homeowners Insurance, Life Insurance, Non-life Insurance, Property and Casualty (P&C), Risk Modelling

Terrifying walls of flames and the widespread devastation they leave in their wake are expected to increase in the US as a result of climate change. Intelligent Insurer finds out how insurance pricing can incentivise individuals and society to increase wildfire mitigation efforts.

Social inflation: are insurers responsible?

USA07-09-2020Life Insurance, Life Reinsurance, Non-life Insurance, Non-life Reinsurance

Social inflation is a big issue for insurers, especially in the US where plaintiffs’ lawyers are demanding ever-larger pay-outs, backed by juries who are increasingly inclined to back David against Goliath. But the right approach will reduce this trend, as Rick Lindsey, CEO of Prime Insurance Company, tells Intelligent Insurer.

Eye for a bargain: M&A activity in insurance sector to rebound in 2021

Africa, Asia Pacific, Europe, Global, Middle East, South America04-09-2020Broking, Life Insurance, Life Reinsurance, Non-life Insurance, Non-life Reinsurance

Deal-making was up in the first half of 2020 but experts at Clyde & Co predict a drop in M&A activity in the latter half of the year as the COVID-19 effect makes itself known. Those looking for opportunities may be in a better position in 2021 as Intelligent Insurer looks at the trends driving the predicted comeback for M&A next year.

Navigating cyber’s rough waters using AI: CCR Group explains how to do it

Europe, France04-09-2020Cyber

Cyber risk is more than ever a complex challenge for reinsurance companies. At CCR Group, challenges have become opportunities and the digital transformation strategy undertaken a few years ago with the support of AI initiatives has confirmed this approach. Intelligent Insurer reports.

Using data to quantify reputational risk is the way forward: RepTrak

North America01-09-2020

An insurance product to address reputational risk could soon be a reality, as Kasper Ulf Nielsen, chief strategy officer for The RepTrak Company, explains to Intelligent Insurer.

COVID-19 can allow risk managers to shine: Airmic’s Ludlow

North America01-09-2020

COVID-19 is enabling risk managers to demonstrate their value, while challenging insurers to prove theirs at the same time, John Ludlow, CEO of Airmic, tells Intelligent Insurer.

How Rick Lindsey made Prime Insurance Company shine in a tough market

UK, US, USA01-09-2020Broking, Claims

Rick Lindsey has built Prime Insurance Company using a robust approach to underwriting and claims management, as he explains to Intelligent Insurer.

The pandemic remains an earnings event for reinsurers, but why?

Europe26-08-2020Capital Management, Casualty Insurance, Credit Insurance, Life Insurance, Life Reinsurance, Non-life Insurance, Non-life Reinsurance, Surety Insurance

Pandemic-related losses are large but reinsurers look to have avoided the worst with a combination of financial discipline and the arrival of a hard market. Will efforts to inoculate themselves against the pandemic in H1 continue to be effective into the second half of the year, and how will it affect the wider market? Intelligent Insurer speaks to Robert Mazzuoli, director at Fitch Ratings, to find out more.

US COVID-19 BI ruling ‘undeniably positive for the P&C industry’

US, USA18-08-2020Lawsuits, Property and Casualty (P&C)

Certain businesses continue to see falling turnover as a result of pandemic-related shutdowns and restrictions. Now, another court case has offered insurers greater hope that judges will support their position that not all business interruption claims should be paid. Intelligent Insurer investigates.

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