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Realising the potential


TigerRisk's CEO Rod Fox explains why the opportunities for the broker are greater than ever, how client success lists are being rapidly realised and why people misunderstand his long-standing association with the US Navy SEALs.

Innovation or irrelevance—it's your choice


The re/insurance industry is increasingly being told to innovate by senior executives who know what they’re talking about. But how serious is the situation, and what are the true downsides to maintaining the status quo, asks Intelligent Insurer.

Clients come first


Greg Case, Aon's chief executive, explains to Intelligent Insurer the reasons behind the shift of address and why a more complex risk landscape is a good thing for brokers.

Beyond share buybacks

01-11-2012Capital Management

While many insurers have repurchased shares in recent years, P&C insurers might more effectively deploy capital through a multi-asset class investment strategy, says Jared Klyman at GSAM Insurance Asset Management.

Building in resilience

01-11-2012Capital ManagementClaire Souch

Risk models are more sophisticated than ever—and so is the complexity of risks that the modelling agencies are being asked to apply them to. As such, a paradigm shift is required in the understanding and use of catastrophe models.

The great ILS debate: part 2—those against

01-11-2012Alternative Risk Transfer (ART)

The rise of ILS and other non-traditional sources of capacity has been the centre of much debate in the industry of late. In the second part of this analysis, we explore the case against so much capital entering the industry in this way.

Collecting what is owed


An increasing number of insurers who manage legacy business are opting to outsource their reinsurance recoverables, freeing them to focus on their core business and activities.

The tigers are far from tamed

China, Emerging Markets, Indonesia, Japan01-11-2012

The Asia Pacific region is home to a rich mixture of young and mature insurance markets. All present opportunities for growth—but understanding the intricacies of each market is vital for companies targeting this region.

Enabling crop cover to evolve

Brazil, Emerging Markets, Switzerland01-11-2012

Grupo Los Grobo, an agribusiness company in Latin America, has been working closely with Brazilian reinsurer Austral Re to create innovative crop insurance solutions. Intelligent Insurer finds out more.

The evolution of a dragon

China, Emerging Markets01-11-2012

At the last count, China represented 4 percent of the world’s insurance premiums, up from only 1 percent a decade before, according to a report by Aon Benfield in 2011. Intelligent Insurer examines the market’s impressive growth.

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