As natural catastrophes challenge the market with greater frequency, Liberty Mutual Re’s Miguel Martinez-Alvarez considers the reinsurance market’s position.
Swiss Re’s Gianfranco Lot examines how the growing risk complexities in the decades ahead call for closer collaboration between (re)insurers and governments.
Transverse CEO Erik Matson highlights a strong pipeline of opportunities ahead for the hybrid fronting carrier.
Erica Davis and Anthony Cordonnier discuss how (re)insurers are adopting new underwriting tactics to address the evolving cyber risk environment.
Suki Basi reflects on the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the aviation sector.
The Covid-19 pandemic represents the perfect connected risk for global trade, as evidenced by the travails of the airline and travel sectors and the knock-on effects for the underlying manufacturing, entertainment and other supporting industries.
There has been growing consensus among insurance industry executives that talent, capability and culture are every bit as important as technology in driving digital transformation.
In the 30 years since the advent of computerised natural catastrophe modelling, cat models have come a long way.
Promoting inclusive insurance and strengthening societal resilience will better prepare the industry for future global shocks, says Swiss Re’s Moses Ojeisekhoba