This data is based upon the responses of executives interviewed in one of the most wide ranging surveys of its kind. Here, we present the winners of the core categories covered in that process, based on the responses of executives based in Continental Europe.
Insuring energy, marine, cargo and special risks globally takes experience and expertise. But for companies that possess these qualities, opportunities and growth are possible in what is a rapidly changing sector, Steve England of Global Special Risks tells Intelligent Insurer.
Intelligent Insurer’s annual ranking of a selection of independent London Market brokers, conducted in partnership with Deloitte, shows a return to growth for the sector, as Ian Clark, partner, corporate finance, Deloitte, explains.
In June, Swiss reinsurance broker Reunion AG held its third roundtable discussion in Montreux, Switzerland, discussing the coverage of engineering and construction risks in Russia. What follows is a snapshot of a part of the discussion focused on claims handling and communication.
While climate change poses many challenges and risks for insurers, it can also present opportunities for companies willing to innovate and stay ahead of the game, says Dan Brown, partner, Dentons.
As public scrutiny increases, re/insurers are being forced to reconsider the importance of reputational risk. However, as a study by ACE shows, the subject is not fully understood by insurers or clients. Intelligent Insurer investigates.
Although the reinsurance market is changing, big and diversified players such as Hannover Re have nothing to fear as long as they adapt and react smartly to a new phase in market cycles, Ulrich Wallin, executive chairman of Hannover Re, told Intelligent Insurer.
There’s no doubt that the re/insurance industry in Europe needs a steady influx of young talent to sustain it, but how best to attract and retain them? Intelligent Insurer investigates.
Intelligent Insurer asked a range of industry figures: Do you expect the influx of alternative capital into the market to change your business model in the next five years?