Russia presents international insurers and reinsurers with many opportunities for growth and expansion. However, those looking to hitch a ride on the back of the old bear should approach it with caution.
The rise of ILS and non-traditional sources of capacity has been the centre of much debate in the industry of late. In a two-part feature, we explore the pros, cons and opinions surrounding this market from those operating at its heart.
Russia is an economy on the up, and one of the most obvious indications of that success is the construction of complex skyscrapers. A panel of insurance experts discussed the challenges of providing insurance cover to such projects.
Mutual insurers have faced challenges in recent years but the sector is now growing again. Intelligent Insurer investigates what is driving that growth.
BNY Mellon deals with three quarters of the world’s top 100 life companies and almost three quarters of the biggest non-life companies.
Insurers face a myriad of challenges at the moment in what is a demanding market environment. Intelligent Insurer speaks to the team at Barclays about some of the potential solutions to these problems.
As the risks insurers and reinsurers grapple with become more complex, the industry needs more specialist legal help. Intelligent Insurer speaks to the team at law firm Patton Boggs about how they see the industry changing.
The London Market’s heritage and tradition can make it a complex and baffling world for cedants, especially when making a claim to recover their reinsurance assets.
In fast-moving markets, reinsurers need to be nimble and innovative. Intelligent Insurer speaks to Bruno Freire, executive director of Austral Re, about how the company is responding to the needs of Brazilian cedants.
In a world full of risk, reinsurers have plenty to worry about. Twelve market leaders reveal their concerns to Intelligent Insurer.