The Monte Carlo Rendez-Vous offers re/insurance executives the chance to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing their industry. Intelligent Insurer pulls together some of main points of those discussions.
Dan James of Aviva Investors looks at how global diversified fixed income can provide a coherent solution in the search for alpha.
Russian reinsurers face a number of domestic challenges along with strong competition from the international market. Intelligent Insurer investigates.
Industrial construction is a relatively new risk that is increasingly being insured in Russia. In the second part of a roundtable discussion the finer points of insuring this risk, including the clauses that determine maximum coverage limits, were debated.
Cell company legislation has been in effect in Malta for a number of years and is proving to be an opportunity for expansion of Malta’s financial services industry, particularly the insurance and investment fund sectors, says Dr Angela Thorns of Dingli and Dingli.
A combination of recent events and scientific advances means that it is a dynamic time for earthquake catastrophe modelling, with changes occurring rapidly, as Dr Goran Trendafiloski of Aon Benfield’s Impact Forecasting team explains.
As insurers and reinsurers work to put their houses in order in time for the new regulatory regime that Solvency II will bring, Intelligent Insurer looks back to when the original solvency standards were put in place and why a new regime is needed.
The multitude of catastrophic losses borne by reinsurers in the first half of the year started a murmuring that, as the US hurricane season gains momentum, is quickly turning into a cacophony.
The cornerstone of any good business is often a solid and reciprocal relationship with its bank. And that is very much true in the world of insurance and reinsurance.
Cash is king in the insurance sector—not simply how much you have but how quickly you can move it around and access it. Intelligent Insurer examines how insurers and reinsurers get the best from using corporate banking services.