The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is an ambitious infrastructure development strategy announced by the Chinese government. This article explains how AXA XL’s clients are exploring the use of captive structures and global programs to help them manage the risk of the initiative.
Many zoos insure their giant pandas, both in transit and in situ. This article highlights how XL Catlin’s policies help protect zoos in the event that one of their giant pandas is injured or dies either while traveling or at the zoo.
Impact Forecasting evaluates the impact of the natural disaster events that occurred worldwide during June 2017. Topics covered: convective storms impact US insurers; seasonal rainfall leads to nearly USD2.5 billion in economic flood damage in China; major wildfires hit South Africa and Portugal.
Insurers are looking for new ways into China’s underserved market, yet a successful digital strategy will not only require investment but the right type of partnership. Download Post's article to find out more.
The economic impact of last year’s Tianjin port explosion could be as high as $8 billion. FM Global’s Philip Johnson suggests that following three simple steps should enable organisations to identify and mitigate risks from future disasters.
This paper highlights the key regulatory and market access issues that EU (re)insurance companies encounter in the United States, Brazil, Ecuador, India, Indonesia, China, Argentina and Russia. The paper highlights how existing trading relationships could be enhanced by the removal of barriers.
Aon's latest catastrophe report studies the economic impact of hurricane-force winds and flooding in northern Europe, thunderstorms and heavy rain in China, plus severe weather in the United States where insured losses totalled USD2.0 billion.
This report provides insights into the events that shaped the insurance and reinsurance market in Asia during the past 12 months, and what professionals involved in risk and insurance can expect for 2016.
The general insurance market is not uniform in the Asia-Pacific region. From consolidation in Japan to potential in China to sophistication in Australia, this article highlights why movers and shakers face a variety of situations and opportunities.
Post held a roundtable with seven Hong Kong broker CEOs, three senior Asia-Pacific QBE executives and the Asia-Pacific leader of the Chartered Insurance Institute at the Mandarin Oriental to discuss the state of the insurance market in Hong Kong and how brokers can attract young talent.