Purely digital insurers and their service providers increase the attractiveness of Germany’s insurance market
The current wave of insurtech startups is producing purely digital insurers that are competing with the established players, says Ingolf Putzbach, managing director of sum.cumo, an end-to-end provider for the digitisation of insurance companies.
Two years on from the failure that was the Fyre Festival, what lessons can be learned in terms of obtaining event insurance? Intelligent Insurer investigates.
As companies rid themselves of coal-related assets and other elements that are linked to the fuel, Intelligent Insurer looks at the reasons behind this—and the potential implications for other investment decisions.
The re/insurance industry is no stranger to sex scandals. Relationships between colleagues will happen no matter what, so how can employers ensure they protect themselves and their workforce when Cupid’s arrow lands? Intelligent Insurer reports.
Despite a multitude of other catastrophes in 2018, the single biggest loss event for reinsurers was so-called loss creep from 2017’s Hurricane Irma. Dirk Lohmann of Schroders examines what went wrong and what the industry must learn.
More managing general agents are being created all the time. But what will determine which succeed and which fall by the wayside? Intelligent Insurer investigates.
Managing general agent Emerald Life was created to meet a very specific gap in the insurance market, caused by discrimination. Intelligent Insurer investigates.
The Californian wildfires of 2018 set new records in terms of losses and left risk modelling agencies scrambling to reassure insurers they can get a handle on the risks.
The spate of heavy losses in 2017 and 2018, compounded by ‘loss creep’ as some funds struggled to post accurate loss estimates, seems to have made ILS investors pause for thought, with many being much more circumspect as to where to place their money. Intelligent Insurer investigates.
Autonomous vehicles will transform many industries sooner than we think, and the implications for insurers are profound and complex. In the second of two articles about driverless cars Intelligent Insurer looks in more detail at the possible consequences for the motor insurance market.