While nobody has escaped the news that changes to the weather around the globe are creating new and increased risks, there is a definite need to raise awareness of the fact that these risks are manageable.
The way in which publicity and perception of risks can influence investment in risk management will be the focus of a presentation led by Geoff Taylor, a global client advocate for Willis, at this year’s AIRMIC conference in Birmingham, which starts this afternoon (Monday June 16).
A new consortium at Lloyd’s has been formed that will offer large technology companies with errors & omissions insurance.
Berkshire Hathaway Specialty Insurance (BHSI) plans to target the contract surety market and has hired an executive from Zurich to spearhead its push.
GeoVera Reinsurance, part of catastrophe specialist the GeoVera Insurance Group, has secured a financial strength rating (FSR) of A from AM Best. The outlook on the rating is stable.
Contract certainty and compliance will be hot topics for discussion at this year’s AIRMIC conference, according to Matthieu Caillat, CEO AXA Corporate Solutions UK Branch.
The perception that the insurance industry cycles between hard and soft markets as it has historically is no longer accurate, according to Carsten Scheffel, CEO Regional Unit London, Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty.
The future of risk will be a top concern for delegates at this year’s AIRMIC conference according to Charlie Kitson, head of client engagement, UK for AIG.
The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has released a number of changes it proposes to make in the private motor insurance (PMI) market to increase competition and reduce the cost of premiums for motorists.
The theme of this year’s AIRMIC conference – Shaping the Future of Risk – has been chosen as the logical next step following the body’s 50th anniversary conference last year, which inevitably had a retrospective focus.